Soursop Destroys Cancer Cells, According To Studies
Soursop can be eaten and used in may ways but many people typical squeeze it into a drink. Some traditional claims are that soursop has the ability heal several diseases, including cancer.
The National Cancer Institute initially discovered the effect of soursop on cancer stating, “leaves and stems were found effective in attacking and destroying malignant cells.” Since then, over 20 independent labs studied soupsop to see if it had anti-cancer effects and came to similar conclusions:
Purdue University concluded that soursop leaves “killed cancer cells among six human cell lines”. The scientists also found soursop leaves were particularly effective against prostate and pancreatic cancers.
Another study published in the Journal of Natural Products concluded that one element found in the soursop was 10,000 times more effective than a chemotherapy drug called Adriamycin.
The Catholic University of South Korea found that not only did soupsop rid cancer cells effectively, but also didn’t effect healthy cells. This is opposite of chemotherapy, where all the cells are destroyed, both the good and the bad cells.
Make this a lunch by adding chopped grilled chicken, or serve it alongside salmon for dinner.
Mix this classic puree into yogurt or oatmeal, serve it next to potato pancakes or pork chops, or just devour it with a spoon.