Serves as: Antioxidant, Anticancer, Anticovulsant, Antiarthritic, Antiparasitic, Antimalarial, and/or Antidianetic.
Add graviola leaf powder to soaps, creams, lotions and other skin care products.
Powdered graviola leaf does not taste like the fruit. Use in capsule form or combine with other herbs and spices in teas and foods to enhance flavor.
Graviola can also work as an excellent liver protectant.
WARNING: I am NOT a licensed health care professional. To avoid any harmful reactions, please do your own research & consult your health care physician before use of any herbs, especially if you are already perscribed to other forms of medication.
While graviola leaf powder offers nutritional value when consumed in small amounts in food or beverages, large doses or long-term use has been associated with an increased risk of neurological damage. Use with caution if you have a history of liver or kidney disease or take medications for diabetes or high blood pressure. This herb may interfere with medical imaging tests due to a reduction in the uptake of contrast agents.
Store in a sealed container in a cool, dark place.
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