Soursop Cancer Cures

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Soursop, also known as graviola, is a fruit of a tree that originates in the forests of South America, Africa, and Southeast Asia. According to Cancer Research UK, native people in these regions used the soursop fruit to treat illnesses and diseases. During the latter part of the 20th century, soursop gained attention as a natural cancer cell killer. Although not marketed by physicians, you can easily find extracts of the fruit online to purchase and consume.

Cancer Treatment

  • Soursop is marketed to help cure various types of cancer, and to help cells that are resistant to chemotherapy, particularly that of the liver and breast. According to budubelacan.com, soursop can be used in place of chemotherapy without any harsh side effects, such as hair loss, nausea, and weight loss. Also, soursop does not kill healthy cells like chemotherapy, states budubelacan.com.

    Studies on graviola's effectiveness against cancer began in the 1970s. Blackherbals.com states that a prominent study was conducted by the National Cancer Institute in 1976, which focused on soursop's phytochemicals known as annonaceous acetogenins (Reference 1). Also, according to budubelacan.com, a study conducted by the Catholic University of South Korea found that soursop was 10,000 times more effective at killing colon cancer cells than chemotherapy (Reference 2). Since then, numerous other studies have been conducted on soursop as a possible cure for cancer, but nothing has been set in stone by the U.S. government (Reference 1). There is some speculation that the soursop fruit is being kept a secret from the public in fear that major drug companies will lose money, states budubelacan.com.

Where to Get It

  • Soursop is readily available for sale through the internet. According to Cancer Research UK, they are sold in the form of capsules, which you take up to four times a day. A dosage consists of two capsules, so a 100 capsule supply will last just under two weeks, when taken as directed. Soursop also comes in the form of fruit juice and powder. You can even plant a soursop tree in your garden and eat the ripe fruit's white pulp.

Considerations

  • Although soursop is used in alternative medicine to help cure cancer, according to Cancer Research UK, there is not enough evidence of the fruit curing cancer in humans for it to be considered a mainstream form of treatment. In fact, the organization discovered that in some people, soursop causes nerve damage that is similar to Parkinson's Disease. The bottom line is to consult your doctor or oncologist before attempting to cure cancer with soursop.

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