Graviola

Tropical fruit Graviola (Guanabana) contains a substance – acetogenin (Amonaceous acetogenin), polyunsaturated fatty acids, trace elements: K, Na, Ca, Mg, Fe, group B and A, D, C vitamins. It is used in the treatment of many diseases: liver diseases, diarrhea, dysentery, arthritis, bronchitis, abscess, skin diseases, colds, flu, cough and fever. Graviola has antiviral, antiparasitic, antioxidant, anti-cancerogenic, anti-asthma and anti-inflammatory, antispasmodics and sedative action. It acts on serotonin receptors, improves mood and has a strong anti-depressive effect. It is used for treatment of herpes (Herpes simplex virus-1) and other viral infections. Activates the immune system, strengthens and energizes the body.
Graviola reduces the risk of heart disease, reduces the cholesterol level in the blood, preventing the formation of atherosclerotic plaques, resulting in protecting blood vessels from damage. It also has a thrombolytic action, which prevents the development of thrombus, dilates blood vessels and reduces blood pressure. It improves heart work, regulates blood sugar levels and is used to treat diabetes.