Graviola+ increases the immune system's natural defenses and acts to reinforce the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems. It combines two plants known as powerful immune stimulators: astragalus and graviola.
You may not have heard of graviola or you may be familiar with one of its alternative names; soursop, cherimoya or guanabana. Graviola is a fruit tree which grows in Central and South America and its fruit, leaves and bark have all been used traditionally to treat a range of health disorders from rickets to diabetes.
So what makes graviola such a desirable and beneficial plant and is it really the superfood that many claim it to be?
The graviola fruit is a rich source of vitamins B1 and B2 and also vitamin C. The fruit also possesses a number of healthy and essential minerals such as calcium, zinc, potassium magnesium and phosphorus. It is not only the fruit that is good for you; the bark, leaves and the stem are a great source of antioxidant which help your body to repair the damage inflicted on its cells by infamous free radicals.
Considering its rich and healthy content, it is not surprising that graviola has been consumed for so many years by certain South American cultures. It might have taken a while, but the Western world is now beginning to catch on and graviola has caught the eye of researchers and it is now increasingly available in several different forms.