A new species of graviola has emerged from the rainforest. New and powerful acetogenin chemicals have been discovered in Mountain Graviola (Annona montana) which scientists report have the same dynamic actions as those found in regular Graviola. Different research groups have confirmed the dramatic benefits of graviola. Graviola is excellent for those who are considering Graviola as a complement to their traditional course of treatment.

Graviola Max combines graviola and mountain graviola, more commonly called mountain soursop. Graviola (Annona muricata) is a tree found in the rainforests of South America, Africa and Southeast Asia. Mountain soursop (Annona montana) is a similar tree that grows in Central America and the Caribbean islands. Although the two trees look alike and are classified in the same family, they comprise different chemical compositions. Graviola Max contains 50 percent each of these two supplements to provide a host of benefits.

The fruits, leaves, seeds and stems of these trees are used to make herbal medicine. People in many countries have traditionally used Annona muricata as a herbal treatment for various conditions. The Sloan-Kettering Memorial Cancer Center states that the supplement may have antiviral, antiparasitic, astringent, and anti-inflammatory properties that help fight infections and parasites, and decrease inflammation. The plant may also help to counteract high levels of glucose in the blood and decrease sensitivity to painful stimuli. Annona muricata may also be beneficial to prevent and relieve symptoms of rheumatism, according to the center.

Graviola tree cancer benefits are being studied as a complementary treatment for use with traditional medicine. According to the Sloan-Kettering Memorial Cancer Center, graviola tree cancer research indicates that the supplement helps to inhibit growth of cells resistant to multidrug treatments. This may help cancer patients who are not responding well to conventional medication.

The graviola tree contains 82 acetogenin chemicals. The mountain graviola tree has 108 acetogenin chemicals. These chemicals may modulate the production of adenosine triphosphate in cancer cells, which decreases growth of the blood vessels that bring oxygen and nutrients to cancer cells. Cells rely on fresh blood supply for nourishment and cannot thrive without blood vessels to bring them nutrients.

Graviola cancer studies show some evidence that the acetogenin chemicals in Annona muricata may have some benefit. However, graviola cancer research has yet to conclusively prove its use for cancer treatment. Other purported uses include treatment for herpes, infections and parasitic infections, as well as sedation, according to the center. According to WebMD, people also use Annona muricata extracts in cooking and in drinks, as well as a relaxation aid. The Annona muricata fruit may contain a serotonin uptake inhibitor. Seratonin is a chemical hormone that can elevate your mood.

Ingredients: A pure blend of graviola leaf and stem (Annona muricata), and mountain graviola leaf and stem (Annona montana). No binders, fillers, or additives are used—just 100% pure plants, rich in the naturally occurring plant chemicals that these plants are regarded for

Suggested Use: Take 3 capsules 3-4 times or as directed by a healthcare professional