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What are the side effects of Graviola?
Answer A side effect is a symptom that occurs with some medication that is not the purpose of that medication. This could mean that if you take a symptom …reliever, a side affect may be nasal congestion. (very random example)
There is currently no evidence that graviola can cure cancer in humans. Many companies that sell it recommend it for curing cancer, but there are no reputable cancer studi…es or organizations that back up this claim. Some researchers believe that taken in large amounts, graviola can cause nerve problems and movement disorders.
Graviola is a small tree used to make medicine. It contains many chemicals that work against cancer but is not proven to cure cancer.
They work. Side effects, disappointment because u feel very little.
Side effects are unwanted conditions that happen when taking certain medications. since everybody's body chemistry is different medications can affect some people in different… they do not necessarily happen to everyone who takes the medication. The are different form the therapeutic effects which are those that the medication is designed to provide. Sometimes side effects can be negated by changes to the formula or dosage of the medication.
No, they are two different fruits.
In Hindi, graviola fruit would be known as RaamPhal (RamFal) or sariffa.
try to aviod it or do it before you reach it or deal with it
Katak. Here both 'a's have the pronounciation as 'o' in 'come'. It grows mainly in South India, size little smaller than Kathal, good for cancer patients. It belongs to th…e same family of which Sitafal, Ramfal, Cherimoya and Ylang ylang are. It is not popular in India.
Rama Phalam is the Telugu name for Graviola..which is the best cure for cancer..it belongs to the same species of Custard Apple..which is known as Seethaphal in Telugu...
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Graviola is an evergreen tree, and the extract from the berries, seeds, leaves, and stems has been used to treat various symptoms. Graviola extract can be applied to the skin… to treat arthritis, it is used in treating infections caused by various bacteria, herpes, coughs and cancer. It can be topically applied, taken internally as medicine, or even cooked up with food.