Dr Boxall’s Graviola Soursop 1000mg 60 Caps


Ingredients: Graviola (Annona muricata L.)

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Dr Boxall’s Graviola (Soursop) 1000mg (60 Caps)

Dr Boxall’s Graviola (Soursop) contains Graviola, also known as custard apple, cherimoya, guanabana, soursop and brazilian pawpaw, which is a tree fruit found in the rain forests of Africa, South America, and Southeast Asia, and is known for its powerful antibiotic and anti-parasitic qualities. It is also known to combat high blood pressure, helps your keep your immune system strong and your digestive system healthy and parasite-free. Graviola is also known to fight cancerous cells. An in-vitro research study at Purdue University’s School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences found Graviola to be a potent inhibitors of cancer cells while leaving the normal cells alone. Thus far, specific acetogenins in Graviola have been reported to be selectively toxic in-vitro to many types of tumor cells.

No artificial preservatives, synthetic fragrances, phosphates, petrochemicals, chlorine or bleaches were used, and no animals were harmed to make this product.


Graviola (Annona muricata L.)


Take 2 capsules 3 times daily with food and water, use under the supervision of a health practioner.


Take breaks from use ie 2 days/week, 1 week/month, and 1 month/year.
Do not use this product if you are taking anti-hypertensive or MAO inhibitor medications, have neuro-degenerative or Parkinson’s disease.
Consult your physician prior to use, especially if you have any medical condition or are taking any medications.

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Weight 250 g


Neither this product nor the contents thereof are intended as a cure for any disease or condition. Always consult a licensed healthcare practitioner before using any new product.


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