Miraculous Natural Cancer Cell Killer

@boylopez (382)
Philippines
February 26, 2012 2:23am CST
Greeting to all my co-lotters. I am searching in google about the SourSop or Guyabano the fruit that are plenty in the Philippines. I found out that Soursop is miraculous natural cancer cell killer 10,000 times stronger than Chemo. From leaves, roots, bark, fruit, fruit-seeds have been proven by the research. This Fruit trees is all around the backyard, we can see it all over the Philippines called it Guyabano, South America called it Graviola. My friends have you seen Soursop or tasted it?
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@owlwings (40029)
• Cambridge, England
26 Feb 12
Before you believe all the web pages (often written in very poor English and quoting very dubious statistics without corroboration), you should read what Cancer Research UK has to say about it: http://cancerhelp.cancerresearchuk.org/about-cancer/cancer-questions/can-graviola-cure-cancer Note that there has been some research into the use of extracts of Graviola but these have only been in vitro (in other words, laboratory tests on cells in test tubes) and on animals. It is very unlikely that just eating the fruit will have similar effects or will be of any particular value in preventing or curing cancer. Although the fruit is certainly good to eat and occasional use in the diet is not likely to cause harm, there is some evidence from the Carribean that eating it frequently can cause symptoms similar to Parkinson's disease. I have noticed that it is sometimes included as a juice in 'Tropical Flavour' squashes and drinks in the UK but I have not yet seen the fruit sold on the market here.
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@boylopez (382)
• Philippines
27 Feb 12
It has been in research that it is true that it can cure cancer. Laboratory does not publish it, because of their profit. It is better that when child let them eat this fruit so that immune system can embark more antibiotics against cancer.
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@JohnRok1 (2051)
28 Feb 12
owlwings, I'd no idea - I hope you really are cured. I think Addenbrooke's is as good as anywhere. The Evangelical Presbyterian Church and, probably also now that RC is a just bad dream, Eden Baptist Church are good places to go, too.
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@owlwings (40029)
• Cambridge, England
28 Feb 12
Thank you, JohnRok1. Addenbrookes is a first-class hospital. It is one of the best teaching hospitals in England and has some of the best oncologists in the world. As for churches, I don't hold with organised religion much. I have long been associated with the Society of Friends, however, and I like their meetings and have always found them a very supportive community, even though I only go occasionally.
• Indonesia
26 Feb 12
In Indonesia we call it "sirsak". It is really fresh to taste in juice form. Regarding the effect, some people got cured. But do not over eat/drink it, no one know the adverse effect of taking too much. We are actually blessed with many useful fruit, but we ignore it.
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• United States
26 Feb 12
I believe that over indulging in massive amounts of anything with nutritional value can result in a high level of toxicity.
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@boylopez (382)
• Philippines
27 Feb 12
In our youthful days, we eat it when ripe, it is juicy, his juice is like milk but little bit sour. It is nice to eat when it is not so ripen. It is crunchy. You love it.
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@owlwings (40029)
• Cambridge, England
27 Feb 12
There is definite evidence from the Caribbean, where soursop has been common for many years, that eating a lot of it over a long period may contribute to Parkinson's disease. If it is a common and cheap fruit in your area, there is no harm in including moderate amounts in your diet but one DEFINITELY should not prefer it because of any supposed 'magical', 'miraculous' or 'special' properties!
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• Philippines
27 Feb 12
That's one of my fave fruit, i really like the sour sweet taste of it. I just loved to eat soursop maybe because i was influenced by my father coz i always saw him eating it when i was a child. :d
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@boylopez (382)
• Philippines
27 Feb 12
It is nice to eat Guyabano. When we go to market if it is available, we buy it for our family. We told our children about fruit and veggies that good for our health more than the meat.
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• United States
26 Feb 12
I have never tasted it and I am curious as to how it would taste. I appreciate the holistic methods of healing. I wonder if they sell any products like that in the markets.
@boylopez (382)
• Philippines
27 Feb 12
It is delicious, juicy when ripe. Others, the juice, they made it vinegar, because of it is sour. You can find it in the market.
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@jillhill (37383)
• United States
26 Feb 12
I have heard of it but never actually seen it anyplace....so no....haven't tasted it.....interesing though....mother nature sometimes has simple answers to complex questions.
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@boylopez (382)
• Philippines
27 Feb 12
In Asian countries and South America, you can find this fruits. Cancer is all around, we must prevent it. Prevent is better than cure. We prevent it. Lots of money to cure cancer.
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