graviola products

graviola products
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martes, 23 de febrero de 2010


Hola queridos lectores un placer saludarles,ustedes están leyendo el blog de productos naturales de la Dra. Crimilda Platas Martínez.Estamos a sus órdenes para darles asesoría y orientación en su tratamiento naturista que necesiten. Tenemos productos naturales para diversos padecimientos,el que más nos piden es el de la Guanabana o Graviola que lo tenemos disponible en: Cápsulas,Extracto líquido,Té de Guanabana(este último sobre pedido)y que consiste en hoja y tallo triturado. Cuando usted adquiere el producto incluimos una receta médica con las indicaciones sobre como debe de tomar el producto. En la parte inferior de este blog podrán ver algunos de los testimonios de personas que han consumido nuestros productos y se encuentran bien de salud.En casos avanzados de cáncer la guanabana sólo funciona mejorando la calidad de vida de los pacientes. En el siguiente apartado aparecen los datos en caso de que desee adquirir un producto. Saludos cordiales y quedamos a sus órdenes, Atentamente: Dra. Crimilda Platas Martínez. ¡BIENVENIDO A NUESTRO BLOG LATINO DE PRODUCTOS NEEM Y GRAVIOLA PARA EL CÁNCER!

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Graviola Introduction: History, Chemistry, Gardening

Graviola (Annona muricata) is a miraculous evergreen tree found in the rainforest of South and North America. This small tree is well-known in herbal medicine and has several names: Soursop, Brazilian Paw Paw, Guanabana. The plant may grow up to 5-6 meters high. Graviola has large, shining, dark-green leaves and delicious fruits commonly known as paw paw. The latter are heart-shaped and have approximately 15-20 cm in diameter.

Graviola is not a new discovery in herbal medicine. It has been widely used by indigenous population to treat a number of illnesses and diseases. The inhabitants of the Peruvian Andes, for example, make tea from Graviola leaves for catarrh and eat crushed seeds to kill parasites and bacteria. The Peruvian Amazon tribes consider the roots, leaves, and bark of the tree to have sedative and antispasmodic properties.

The population of the Brazilian Amazon has always used Graviola leaf tea to treat liver problems. Their women ate Graviola fruits or drunk the juice to increase lactation. The Brazilians made a mixture from Graviola leaves oil, its fruit juice, and olive oil. It was applied externally for rheumatism, neuralgia, and arthritis pain. The native people of Jamaica, Haiti, and the West Indies used the fruit and fruit juice to treat diarrhea and fevers. The bark and leaves was praised for their antispasmodic and sedative properties and effectiveness for treating heart diseases, cough, flu, asthma, and hypertension. Graviola tea is advised to drink every day in order to elevate mood and increase the quality of life. Indigenous tribes of the rainforest scattered the crushed leaves around beds and pillowcases to have a good sleep. The crushed leaves were also used instead of smelling salts to return to consciousness.

Serious clinical studies on Graviola have been carried out since the 1940s. Most of them have documented anti-tumorous, anti-parasitic, anti-viral, hypotensive, and antidepressive properties of the plant. This is due to the rich chemical structure of Graviola. One of the most active and important constituents is a group of chemicals called Annonaceous acetogenins, which are praised for the unique anti-cancerous and anti-tumorous properties. They can be found in Graviola leaves, stem, bark, and fruit seeds. Scientists have already defined more than 34 compounds of this group. Annonaceous acetogenins are very effective in the treatment of all types of cancer: they kill cancer cells and do not harm healthy ones.

Graviola acts as an antidepressant due to the novel alkaloids found in its seeds and roots. However, one should be very careful while undergoing the treatment with this plant, because these alkaloids may be toxic to the nervous system. Scientists suggest that they may lead to Parkinson disease. One more very important chemical compound found in fruits is serotonin uptake inhibitor that accounts for the feeling of joy.

Graviola is usually grown in wild soils of the rainforest areas and harvested by the indigenous people. To obtain tincture and capsules, the Spagyric method is used. It allows preserving the product’s bioavailability and nutritive properties. At first raw Graviola herbs are crushed and put into a liquid which consists of pure grain alcohol and water and are left there for 3-4 weeks. This liquid helps decompose the herb’s cells structure and release all the important phytochemicals. As a result, the Graviola tincture shows much more bioavailability and is better absorbed. To produce capsules the raw material is used. It is also crushed, then applied with a tincture spray and finally dried and encapsulated. The processed Graviola products (capsules and tincture) are more powerful and have stronger healing properties than the raw material.

What is Neem?

Neem also called Azadirachta indica is an aboriginal tree found in tropical and semi-tropical countries like Burma and India; Other vernacular names include Margosa, Indian Lilac, Nimtree etc. Neem has been declared non-toxic to humans and each part of the tree is used as an active ingredient in different industries.

Though neem had been used in households for long, it was only during the 1920s, that neem tree was given its due recognition, with a number of researches being conducted on an international level to understand the benefits and potential of neem. After the tree overcame the initial resistance , it was started to use on a commercial basis and now, neem finds immense use in a number of products in industries ranging from cosmetics to agriculture, from pharmaceuticals to Ayurveda.

Medicinal Properties of Neem Tree
Neem is used to manufacture a number of natural medicines, which do not have any side effects unlike modern medicinal systems like allopathy.
Anti Pyretic
Anti Inflammatory
Anti Bacterial
Anti Viral
Anti Fungal
Anti Parasitic

Parts of Neem and Diseases they Cure:
Neem Bark : acts as an analgesic and can cure fever.
Neem Flower : Used to cure intestinal problems.
Neem Leaf : Raw leaf and leaf extract can be used for body weight problems, skin problems and ulcers, gastrointestinal problems.
Neem Twig : Can be used to cure common cold and cough, asthma and bronchitis, urinary track disorders, diabetes and blood pressure.
Neem Seed : Can be used to cure leprosy and other gastrointestinal problems.

Various studies and researches have been conducted on the safety and effficacy of different neem medicinal products.

Medicinal Properties of Neem Tree
Neem tree has quite a few curative properties; it has been widely used in traditional system of medicine for centuries now. Each part of neem is used in medicines and thus commercially exploitable. Neem has been evaluated for safety and efficacy and after numerous research by leading organizations and companies, it has been considered as a universal cure for diseases.

It is a revered tree in India with close to 150 compounds been obtained from different parts of the tree. It is also considered to be a natural source for a medicines and industrial products.

Properties of Neem Compounds


Neem and Ayurveda
Ayurveda means the 'science of life' and originated in the pre-vedic period. It deals with measures for leading a healthy life, this traditional method also has a number of therapeutic measures to combat illness. These principles relate to not only the physical but also, the mental social and spiritual welfare of human beings.

Ancient use of Neem in Ayurveda
Neem has been an inherent part of ayurveda since ages; its blood purification property made it a favourite natural ingredient, as a remedy for skin ailments and curing diabetes. It was also used to cure prevalent diseases like malaria and other insect bites. Neem twigs were used as a cheap and healthy oral care. Neem finds mention in almost all ayurveda texts.

The tree has been widely used in the traditional systems of medicine; it is of immense use in a number of medicines and personal products. Considered to be 'Sarva Roga Nivarini', neem and its curative power is being used on a large scale to manufacture medicines for:
Skin diseases including leprosy
Gastro intestinal problems
Oral Care
Urinary track problems
Hair problems
Blood Pressure
Ayurvedic practitioners have developed a vast database of knowledge and medicinal preparations over a long period. The neem tree is one of the most important herbs used not only in ayurveda and unani system of medicine but also for other system of medicines such as allopathy. Healers use the roots, bark, gum, leaves, fruit, seed kernels and seed oil for curing various human ailments

The anti viral, anti fungal and anti viral properties of neem makes it all the more useful to manufacture body and hair lotions for a healthy mind, body and soul.

Our Products:

Neem leaf capsules, certified organic:
Our finest leaves of organic neem are harvested by hand and processed with vegetable-based capsules that contain no ingredients of animal origin. They offer the best value for those who expect exceptional quality in their medicinal plants.

Neem bark capsules:
Another first-rate neem product: capsules made from the bark of neem trees and certified organic! In Ayurvedic medicine , neem bark is recommended for the treatment of gum disease and bacterial illnesses because of its potent antibacterial and anti-inflammatory agent . It also offers a powerful boost to the immunological system.

Neem toothpaste:
Neem bark, honey, and mint are the main ingredients used in the elaboration of this special toothpaste. The therapeutic properties of these holistic ingredients are combined to combat cavities, bad breath, sores, gum inflammation, and gingivitis. For teeth and gums

Neem oil lotion:
Neem green-leaf extract, aloe vera gel, and neem oil comprise 80% of the ingredients in our liquid cream for face, hands and body.

We also incorporate ingredients of the finest quality to preserve the freshness of our holistic plants such as vitamins C and E (antioxidant properties), hypoallergenic emollients, and emulsifiers which provide a rich texture.

Our neem cream also helps against skin eruptions, rashes, and mosquito and insect bites.

Botanical neem oil repellent:
This repellent is one of our best-selling products in areas where mosquitoes and similar insects are prevalent. Citronella and geranium oil are combined with neem oil and aloe vera in order to make it even more effective. This product can also be used with children.

Many people remember to apply protection against mosquitoes only after they’ve been bitten; in these cases, our repellent relieves itching and inflammation in addition to preventing further mosquito attacks.

Neem oil cream:
Highly recommended for restoring the elasticity and moisture in dry skin. Specially recommended for the face and hands.

Neem oil:
Premium neem oil, cold-pressed and free of solvents. Only for external use

Antifungal with neem & karanja oils: This product is effective against funguses, warts and skin diseases. In addition to neem and karanja, we use essential oil of eucalyptus and oregano, rosemary, and wild basil extracts.

Neem blossom honey:
A great, delicious way to enjoy the benefits of neem. Add it to neem tea for a delicious new taste and combine it with other foods

Hand-made soaps:
Full-size soaps(150 grams) made by hand with neem, oil, aloe vera, neem leaves and coconut oil, with natural sea salt as a stabilizer.

Neem and aloe vera soap:
Recommended for all kinds of skin

Neem, aloe and honey soap:
Recommended for those who perspire excessively. Honey, as a one hundred percent natural product, is used because of its beauty enhancing properties which include antioxidants , nutrients, and emollients.

Neem bark and oil soap with aloe vera:
Recommended for the treatment of bacterial skin infections

Neem, aloe vera and chocolate soap:
Moisturizer and antibacterial. Chocolate, with its antioxidant properties, has been added to this excellent soap to stimulate and refresh the body. Excellent for use in therapies designed to eliminate fatigue and raise the spirit

Neem, aloe vera and lavender soap:
Provides a fresh, herbal sensation. In some cultures, it is believed that lavender has the power to evoke feelings of love and affection. Lavender oil is widely used throughout the world and has a calming, restorative, and purifying effect.

Neem, aloe vera and sandalwood soap: Offers a mystical, spiritual, and relaxing sensation.

Neem, aloe , and honey and oats soap:
We use oats because of its detoxifying properties and purifying action which protects and moisturizes the skin – a natural cosmetic.

Neem, aloe vera and grapefruit soap:
This soap has an energizing and refreshing citric scent. It also serves as an antiseptic and reduces stress.

Liquid body soap: Experience the pleasure of transforming your routine bath into a vitamin-rich treatment for your skin with the added advantage of reliable anti-bacterial protection. This soap is for the entire family and can be used as often as necessary like any other soap. We offer it to you with sandalwood fragrance (calming) and grapefruit (invigorating).

Aloe vera body gel with neem & karanja oil: We have added karanja and neem oil to the innovative formula of this gel so that the combined therapeutic benefits allow for rapid absorption and intensive protection against dry skin.. This excellent gel has been developed for daily use.

Neem, aloe vera and nopal shampoo:
Specially formulated to gently cleanse the hair without strong, chemical ingredients. Nopal is combined with neem and aloe vera to ensure a healthy scalp. This treatment leaves hair clean, silky, and shining.

Neem bark and cornstarch talcum powder:
Here is the basis of a healthy skin talc of the highest quality without colorants and fragrances.; contains neem bark and cornstarch. The innovative formula of this powder helps to eliminate bacteria that cause bad odor, protects against rashes, mild abrasions and itching, and absorbs excess moisture so that you feel cool and fresh. Apply on the feet and in shoes to avoid funguses and bad odor. For the whole family. For use daily on the entire body.

Dehydrated neem leaves:
Whole neem leaves are found only in this product; recommended as a tea or infusion.

Neem ,emu oil and lavender ointment: Provides relief in cases of muscular or arthritic pain. The ointment should be applied and massaged lightly in the affected area for a minimum of three minutes so that it can be completely absorbed and work effectively.

Neem, “ The ultimate Herb “ by Jhon Conrik, 165 pages. Neem, A tree for Solving Global Problems by: National Academy Press, 141 pages. Prickly Pear Cactus Medicine by Ran Knishinsky, 133 pages.

Line of products for hotels:
Shampoo, Lotion, Body Gel and Insect repellent are available for hotel use.

Gift baskets:
An ideal gift basket for any occasion , made up of three products of your choice, taking into account your budget.

Neem and aloe vera soap flakes for laundry:
In contrast to synthetic detergents, this product is biodegradable and environment-friendly since it doesn’t contaminate the subsoil. The original color and texture of the fabric are preserved for a longer period of time. These soap flakes are antibacterial and recommended for washing machines using hot water..