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Graviola has a tropical, musky taste which is sweet, sour and pleasant. Actions include: antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, anti-viral, relaxant. Common medicinal uses include: to treat mouth infections, as an insect repellent, fever, stomach ailments, parasites, rheumatism. Graviola is also used in cooking and beverages. Source of Vitamin C, B1, B2 and phosphourus. Graviola powder is made solely from the leaves that contain the maximum amount Acetogenin, previously selected and controlled, processed by steam then dehydrated and milled into a fine powder.
|Botanical Name||Annona muricata|
|Country of Origin||Peru|
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