Graviola has been taken for its natural healing properties for years and due to information provided in recent years by RainTree Nutrition, The National Health Sciences Institute and a popular Dr's TV show, there has been tremendous excitement to take Graviola.
Graviola, also known as Soursop, Guanabana and Brizillian Paw Pawis a powerful herbal supplement that indigenous Indians of South American have used for centuries to strengthen the body's natural defenses.
Graviola is a small, upright evergreen tree, 5–6 m high, with large, glossy, dark green leaves. It produces a large, heart-shaped, edible fruit that is 15–20 cm in diameter, is yellow-green in color, and has white flesh inside. Graviola is indigenous to most of the warmest tropical areas in South and North America, including the Amazon. The fruit is sold in local markets in the tropics, where it is called guanábana in Spanish-speaking countries and graviola in Brazil.
What makes graviola so unique is its wide variety of bioactive phytonutrients, which work naturally at the cellular and systemic levels.
Celebrity Doctor Talks About Graviola:
A famous TV doctor did a segment on Rainforest Remedies. He highly recommended Graviola, also known as Brazilian paw paw. Graviola is a greenish-yellow fruit on the outside with white flesh on the inside. However, the most therapeutic parts of the graviola tree are the leaves, bark, roots and seeds, which have been used by the indigenous peoples of the Amazon thousands of years
"Not All Graviola (Soursop) Supplements Are Created Equal."
Before you buy a Graviola supplement, it's important you know what you're buying. Fly-by-night supplement makers are rushing to create their own product and "cash-in" on this huge health craze.
Our product contains 1000 mg of 100% pure Graviola per serving, with 60 capsules in each bottle.
We have been selling Supplements for 15 years with thousands of satisfied customers. Cheaper brands of Graviola use fillers and are not 100% pure. If you're using Graviola, you want only the best Graviola ground powder of the leaf, stem, and fruit.