Soursop (Shul Ram Fal), kills Cancer effectively than Chemotherapy

SOURSOP or GUYABANO Tree, FRUIT, LEAVES, bark is a miraculous natural CANCER Cell Killer. 10,000 times stronger than Chemotherapy.
Soursop is the fruit of Annona muricata, a broadleaf, flowering, evergreen tree native to Mexico, Cuba, Central America, the Caribbean, and northern South America, primarily Colombia, Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, and Venezuela.
Soursop is also produced in some parts of Africa, Southeast Asia and the Pacific. It is in the same genus as the chirimoya and the same family as the pawpaw.
Other common names are: “Coração de Boi” Mozambique, Evo (Ewe, Volta Region, Ghana),”Ekitafeeli“, Uganda, “Stafeli” Swahili, Aluguntugui (Ga, Greater Accra Region, Ghana) guanábana (Spanish), graviola (Brazilian Portuguese, pronounced: [gɾɐviˈɔlɐ]), anona (European Portuguese), corossol (French),කටු අනෝදා (Sinhalese), sorsaka (Papiamento), adunu (Acholi), Brazilian pawpaw, guyabano, guanavana, toge-banreisi, durian benggala, durian belanda, nangka blanda, ทุเรียนเทศ [turi:jen te:k] (Thai), sirsak, zuurzak (Dutch) and nangka londa.soursop fruit and leaves for cancer treatment soursop fruit and leaves for cancer treatment[/caption]
In Malayalam, it is called മുള്ളാത്ത (mullaatha), literally thorny custard apple. The other lesser-known Indian names are shul-ram-fal, Lakshmana Phala and Hanuman Phala, and in Harar (Ethiopia) in Harari language known for centuries as Amba Shoukh (Thorny Mango or Thorny Fruit).
In laboratory tests, graviola extract has been shown to kill certain types of liver and breast cancer cells that are resistant to particular chemotherapy drugs. One laboratory study also found that a compound isolated from sour sop seeds had 10,000 times the potency of one particular chemotherapy drug on colon adenocarcinoma cells. However, as yet, there have been no large scale tests on humans and there is no credible evidence to support claims that graviola is an effective cure or treatment for cancer.

The soursop is adapted to areas of high humidityand relatively warm winters; temperatures below 5 °C (41 °F) will cause damage to leaves and small branches, and temperatures below 3 °C (37 °F) can be fatal. The fruit becomes dry and is no longer good for concentrate.
The flavour has been described as a combination of strawberry and pineapple, with sour citrus flavour notes contrasting with an underlying creamy flavour reminiscent of coconut or banana.

Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz) of Soursop Fruit

Energy 276 kJ (66 kcal)
Carbohydrates 16.84 g
– Sugars 13.54 g
– Dietary fiber 3.3 g
Fat 0.3 g
Protein 1 g
Thiamine (vit. B1) 0.07 mg (6%)
Riboflavin (vit. B2) 0.05 mg (4%)
Niacin (vit. B3) 0.9 mg (6%)
Pantothenic acid (B5) 0.253 mg (5%)
Vitamin B6 0.059 mg (5%)
Folate (vit. B9) 14 μg (4%)
Choline 7.6 mg (2%)
Vitamin C 20.6 mg (25%)
Calcium 14 mg (1%)
Iron 0.6 mg (5%)
Magnesium 21 mg (6%)
Phosphorus 27 mg (4%)
Potassium 278 mg (6%)
Sodium 14 mg (1%)
Zinc 0.1 mg (1%)

In Mexico, Colombia and Harar (Ethiopia), it is a common fruit, often used for dessert as the only ingredient, or as an agua fresca beverage; in Colombia, it is a fruit for juices, mixed with milk. Ice cream and fruit bars made of soursop are also very popular. The seeds are normally left in the preparation, and removed while consuming, unless a blender is used for processing.

In Indonesia, dodol sirsak, a sweetmeat, is made by boiling soursop pulp in water and adding sugar until the mixture hardens. Soursop is also a common ingredient for making fresh fruit juices that are sold by street food vendors. In the Philippines, it is called guyabano, derived from the Spanish guanabana, and is eaten ripe, or used to make juices, smoothies, or ice cream. Sometimes, they use the leaf in tenderizing meat. In Vietnam, this fruit is called mãng cầu Xiêm in the south, or mãng cầu in the north, and is used to make smoothies, or eaten as is. In Cambodia, this fruit is called tearb barung, literally “western custard-apple fruit.

In Malaysia, it is known in Malay as durian belanda and in East Malaysia, specifically among the Dusun people of Sabah, it is locally known as lampun.
Popularly, it is eaten raw when it ripens, or used as one of the ingredients in Ais Kacang or Ais Batu Campur.
Usually the fruits are taken from the tree when they mature and left to ripen in a dark corner, whereby they will be eaten when they are fully ripe. It has a white flower with a very pleasing scent, especially in the morning.
While for people in Brunei Darussalam this fruit is popularly known as “Durian Salat“, widely available and easily planted.It was most likely brought from Mexico to the Philippines by way of the Manila-Acapulco Galleon trade.
In the USA, soursop has been used by the New Belgium Brewing Company in their Rolle Bolle summer seasonal beer.

The compound annonacin, which is contained in the seeds of soursop, is a neurotoxin associated with neurodegenerative disease, and research has suggested a connection between consumption of soursop and atypical forms of Parkinson’s disease due to high concentrations of annonacin.
In 2010 the Agence française de sécurité sanitaire des aliments called for further study on the risks of annonacin exposure for human health.

Health Benefits of Soursop or Graviola

  • During Chemotherapy, immune system of patients weakens and Blood count reduces. Soupsop helps them retain their original strength.
  • It helps retain the healthy cells without being effected by cancer.
  • Along with soursop fruit, the bark, leaves and roots of the soursop trees are popularly used as ingredients in various traditional herbal medicines. Soursop leaves health benefits include calming the nerves. Tea prepared with soursop leaves works as a pain reliever. The sap of its leaves, or the flesh, can be applied topically to get rid of eczema, skin rash and swelling. Topical application promotes fast healing of wounds and prevents infections.
  • Soursop juice works great for liver disorders. It also reduces the inflammation of the urethra and thus, can lower symptoms like painful urination.
  • Soursop tea is used to treat gallbladder diseases. The extract obtained from the leaves and stems is used to effectively fight cancer cells.
  • Fiber in soupsop helps improve digestion and cures constipation. Also used to ease the pain associated with ailments like back pain, joint pain, arthritis and rheumatism.

How to make Soursop Tea from its leaves

Boil 1 litre water and add 15 soursop leaves along with 1 small stem cut into pieces.
Let the water boil until 400ml is evaporated and 600ml is left along with juice extract of soursop leaves and stem.
Now filter the leaves and stem pieces and store this tea.
At one instance, you can have 200ml of tea (warm) along with 1 spoon of honey (avoid sugar) at a time and entire 600ml should be consumed within 12 hours after preparing.

Precautions while using Sousop fruit & leaves (for cancer patients)

  • Sugar is a cancer feeder. It is supplied as food to cancer cells and help them multiply faster.
    All sugar and its substitutes should be avoided.
  • Milk causes the body to produce mucus, especially in the gastro-intestinal tract. Cancer feeds on mucus. By cutting off milk and substituting with unsweetened soy milk, cancer cells are being starved. Avoid Coffee, Tea, Chocolates and anything that has high caffine.
  • A meat-based diet is acidic and it is best to eat fish, and a little chicken rather than beef or pork. Meat also contains livestock antibiotics, growth hormones and parasites, which are all harmful, especially to people with cancer.
  • ake a diet made of 80% fresh vegetables and juice, whole grains, seeds, nuts and a little fruits help put the body into an alkaline environment. About 20% can be from cooked food including beans. Fresh vegetable juices provide live enzymes that are easily absorbed and reach down to cellular levels within 15 minutes to nourish and enhance growth of healthy cells.
  • Cancer is a disease of the mind, body, and spirit. A proactive and positive spirit will help the cancer warrior be a survivor.
    Anger, unforgiveness and bitterness put the body into a stressful and acidic environment. Learn to have a loving and forgiving spirit. Learn to relax and enjoy life. Practice Yoga & Meditation.

Possible Side Effects of Soursop

  • Soursop has uterine stimulant activity and should be avoided by older people and pregnant women.
  • It has demonstrated hypotensive, vasodilator, and cardiodepressant activities in animal studies and is contraindicated for people with low blood pressure.
  • It has invitro antimicrobial properties. Chronic, long-term use of this plant may lead to die-off of friendly bacteria in the digestive tract due to its antimicrobial properties. Supplementing the diet with probiotics and digestive enzymes is advisable if this plant is used for longer than 30 days.
  • Large single dosages may cause nausea or vomiting. Reduce the usage accordingly if this occurs.

Soursop helps increase low Platelet count naturally

Soursop tea helps to increase the low platelet count from 10,000 upto 2,00,000 by having soursop tea 3 times daily for 2 to 3 days.
It effectively targets and kils malignant cells in 12 types of cancer, including COLON, BREAST, PROSTATE, LUNG and PANCREATIC CANCER.
This tree’s compounds proved to be up to stronger in slowing the growth of cancer cells than Adriamycin, a commonly used CHEMOTHERAPEUTIC DRUG .

Legal Issues of Selling Soursop for Cancer Treatment

In 2008 a court case relating to the sale in the UK of Triamazon, a soursop product, resulted in the criminal conviction of a man under the terms of the UK Cancer Act for offering to treat people for cancer. A spokesman for the council that instigated the action stated, “it is as important now as it ever was that people are protected from those peddling unproven products with spurious claims as to their effects.

The Federal Trade Commission in the United States determined that there was “no credible scientific evidence” that the extract of soursop sold by Bioque Technologies “can prevent, cure, or treat cancer of any kind.

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