Graviola is a tree that grows in the rain forests of Africa, South America and Southeast Asia. The fruit is known by several names including soursop, custard apple, guanabana and Brazilian paw paw. Herbal practitioners have used graviola leaves, stems, roots and fruit for years to treat a wide variety of ailments. In the Amazon and West Indies, people make tea out of it to help regulate blood sugar and may treat asthma.
How To Use
As a dietary supplement, use 30 drops once or twice a day in a little water or as directed by a healthcare professional.