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Germinated graviola seeds

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Emilie from france starts with ...
Dear all,

Sorry if the question has been already asked. My english is not perfect and it's hard to spend time reading in english :)
I would have a question about graviola. Everyone know the incredible power of graviola in curing cancer. Do you think there would be an interest (in healing cancer) in consuming graviola seeds, especially if there are germinated?

Thanks for your answers,

Emilie
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17th December 2014 3:27am
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VF says...
No, please do not even consider doing so! The seeds are toxic!!!! Do not eat in any form. A google search about annona seeds being toxic will confirm this if you have any doubts.
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sternus1 says...
Emilie, there is no evidence whatsoever that soursop extractions even increase the probability of remission let alone cure cancer. None. You will not find one legitimate clinical trial that establishes this.

However, there's thousands of papers which detail the way in which annonacin promotes nueral death which results in type A parkinsonism. Thousands.

Do NOT drink tea made from soursop leaves.
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