Saturday, July 25, 2015

Soursop Leaves,10.000 x stronger than Chemotherapy

The Soursop, the magical fruit

Soursop is the fruit of soursop (Annona muricata, family Annonaceae). It measures up to 30 cm long and can weigh up to 4 or 5 kg. Its exterior is dark green, its bark thorns pricked. Its flesh is white and fleshy with black seeds (indigestible). In Brazil, this fruit is called graviola, sapodilla and the island of La Reunion (from the name of the fruit in India, Sapadille), also called soursop in English, in guanabana, Spanish, or, mang- cau Vietnam or yet thu-riankhaek Thailand. Soursop fruit is an energy with high carbohydrate content. It is rich in vitamin C, which facilitates the absorption of iron (also present in soursop). It also contains fiber and minerals, including potassium, calcium and magnesium ... The sweet taste of soursop allows to consume wild without adding sugar. It is also eaten as fruit salad, juice or sherbets and even cooked like in Indonesia flan or gratin. Peeled and stripped of its seeds, soursop can also be cooked.

Therapeutic Properties

Soursop name comes from Dutch "zuur zak", meaning sour fruit. Parts of the plant began to flower, leaf, fruit, seeds, bark, and roots can be used as traditional medicine. In the early 1990s, found 34 Cytotoxic compounds, on soursop leaves are able to inhibit to kill body cells that have abnormal growth (cancer cells). These compounds have several advantages when compared with current cancer treatments, among others, to kill cancer effectively and safely, without causing nausea and vomiting and without weight loss or loss of hair in large numbers. Soursop leaves known to contain substances capable of acetogenins annonaceous 10,000 times more potent cell-killing cancer cells than adriamycin substance, commonly used in chemotherapy treatment. Substance acetogenins can kill various types of cancer, like colon cancer, thyroid, prostate, lung, breast, and pancreatic disease even hemorrhoids without damaging or disturbing the body's cells healthy. This has been investigated in the laboratory of the Health Sciences Institute, the United States under the supervision of the National Cancer Institute, the United States. "Before deciding to eat processed soursop leaves as a treatment for cancer or tumors, you should consult first with your doctor or herbalist place during this treatment. Therefore, it is feared you have allergies to soursop or drugs during the time you consume an effect reversed by compounds in soursop leaf, "explains Stephen, herbalist from Herbacure, on his presentation.

A powerful anti-cancer

Nature surprises us more and more. The virtues of this fruit are ignored by the majority of the population in the world and particularly by people who have cancer. However, soursop, still known as Guanabana or Graviola is a fruit that its anti-cancer properties are scientifically proven. The bark, fruits, leaves and roots act on the cells of our body. The leaves of the tree can destroy cancer cells and act ten thousand times as chemotherapy and without side effects (weight loss, hair loss, etc.). The graviola ensures its reputation among researchers in the cure of breast cancer, bowel, ovary, liver and lungs. All parts of this tree are used in natural medicine, nothing is lost because the bark, roots, fruits, leaves and seeds are beneficial to the health of humans. According to the research results of PURDUE American university, the leaves of this tree are more important. Indeed, they can destroy cancer cells. So if you happen to make juice at home, choose primarily soursop juice!

Nutritional value per 100 g of fruit:

    Nutrients and components
  • Calories 66 Kcal
  • Water 81.16 g
  • Protein 1 g
  • Fat 0.3 g
  • Carbohydrates 16.84 g (of which 15 to 20% sugar)
  • Vitamins
  • 2 IU provitamin A
  • Vitamin C 20.6 mg
  • Vitamin B1 0.07 mg
  • Vitamin B2 0.05 mg
  • 0.9 mg Vitamin B3
  • 0.253 mg vitamin B5
  • Vitamin B6 0.059 mg
  • Minerals
  • Potassium 278 mg
  • Phosphorus 27 mg
  • Magnesium 21 mg
  • Calcium 14 mg
  • Sodium 14 mg
  • Copper 0.6 mg

Traditional uses

The infusion of the leaves of soursop helps digestion. 1 glass after meals
Against insomnia, use a sweet infusion from March to June soursop leaves to a cup of water.
To calm the restless children too wash with a decoction of equal parts fresh leaves and fallen leaves
Against irritation of the intestines, a small green custard apple cut in half is left to soak for one hour in 1 or 2 liters of water. A drink after each meal
Maceration soursop leaves in warm water is used as a poultice to relieve burns, type of sunburn.
The oil obtained by pressing and green soursop leaves is used in friction against neuralgia and rheumatism, as well as to combat parasites.
Use against diarrhea in three infusions soursop leaves in a glass of water for an adult and a third sheet for a child
To treat abscesses, use the heated leaves of soursop with candle wax
To treat dry pruritic dermatoses children crumple leaves of soursop in a warm bath and wash the child
Macerating green soursop in seawater is to be applied in cases of rheumatism. Caution and toxicity.
The presence of acetogenins and certain alkaloids are suspected neurotoxicity, urged caution about regular usage and repeated internally. It is also recommended to avoid it during pregnancy or nursing, as a precaution.

Monday, June 1, 2015

Drinking Tea and Stay Healthy!

Tea is an aromatic beverage generally prepared by pouring hot or boiling water over cured leaves (wiki). The consumption of tea is antioxidant, anti-stress, and anti-wrinkled. Research has demonstrated that consumption of hot tea every day; reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. Studies have found that some teas may help with cancer, heart disease, and diabetes; encourage weight loss; lower cholesterol; and bring about mental alertness. Tea also seems to have antimicrobial qualities. There are many types and the most communes are: Green Tea, Black Tea, and White Tea.

*Green Tea:

known as an antioxidant, protects against risk of stroke, limits the risk of type 2 diabetes, reduces the risk of inflammatory diseases, the risk of neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. Green tea protects the eyes, decreases the wrinkles or the signs of aging. Green tea helps improve the level of cholesterol.

*Black Tea:

has the highest caffeine, helps lower the level of sugar in the blood, and protects lungs from damage caused cigarettes consuming. It helps reduce the level of stress hormones in the body and the risk of stroke. Black tea helps fight against osteoporosis.

*White Tea:

fortifies the immune system, it helps to reduce wrinkles (anti-aging). It also helps keeping the teeth healthy by reducing the plaque and the risk of carries dental. One study indicated that white tea has the most effective anticancer properties.

Tea is a valuable ally to lose weight and stay healthy. Consuming tea regularly promotes weight loss by restricting energy intake. When asking my friend Shang from china, are you drinking tea every day to lose weight? She stated: “Drinking tea in itself does help you lose weight, but helps you stay hydrated without taking a gram.” Read more...

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Building a Good Sellable Product


Many producers have developed products they believed would trade well. In their eagerness, they marketed these products or services via sales letters to websites in order to receive traffic. Nevertheless, many of these vendors have failed to recall the most imperative element that will affect their product sales: the "sellability" of the goods. For example, if you choose to put your house in the market for rent, before doing so, you must fix and repaint it in order to be attractive to potential buyers.

Once you start creating products or obtaining rights to sell affiliates’ products, the best main aspect you should take into consideration is the demand of goods. Is there a market for your product? How will people react to the introduction of your goods or services? Does it make sense to waste precious time producing your goods, building a website that requires sales techniques and investment, and then realizing that people are indifferent to your product!

Remember, your ultimate goal is to deliver wanted products or services to your customer to make him or her satisfied, and then collect his or her money. In order to do this, you must ensure your customer wants to purchase your invention in the first place. How can you tell if they want your product? It’s easy. Just introduce yourself to some forums or blogs related to your niche and demand. Hold a study or public poll. The Internet makes it easy, and you have the power to spread the word to anyone in the world who has an Internet connection.

For example, if you have an excellent idea on generating a step-by-step instruction on how to cook Creole food, the most important thing is to find out if anyone is interested in learning about cooking Creole food. To do this, go to some food-related forums or blogs and ask diplomatically if anyone would be interested in learning about Creole cuisine. Do not ask deliberately whether someone would like to purchase an e-book on how to cook Creole food, or you might be shunned for propagating an unsolicited offer.

Instead, you can give out a few samples of your Creole food recipes to try and see how the forum or blog members respond to them. If they express interest of learning more, then you certainly have a market for your product. If they show no awareness, then it is time to try something different and come up with new innovations to the market. By proceeding that way, you save time in the long run because you don't have to wait at the end to discover there is no interest for your product.

Therefore, if your idea is applauded by the forum or blog members you questioned, you can move ahead and assemble your e-book on cooking Creole food because there is interest in the information you possess. Where there is interest, you can easily build desire for your invention, and with acceptance and good marketing, your sales will skyrocket! read more

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Where to find seeds and plants

There are basically two ways to purchase seeds and plant material. They may be brought locally, from a garden center, nursery, farm stand, farmers’ markets and department and hardware stores. Seeds and plants may also be purchased through catalogues, which you have access to by mail, phone, fax, and through the internet. Most gardeners will satisfy their need for plant material by shopping both locally and through the mail. Either method may fulfill your gardening needs, but before you decide where to shop, you need some very basic consumer guidance. Most importantly, you need to know what items are available and what varieties are most appropriate to your gardening interest and geographical area. Many free tips are available in this site and most will answer your gardening needs. Read more

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Watering your plant

In our new series gardening suggestions; we will post a weekly gardening advice to answer many questions for our visitors. Today we encourage you to water your plants. Water is the special feature of life on this planet. All chemical reactions inside cells take place in a watery solution. Water is the mainstay of all that goes on in a plant. The reactions of respiration and photosynthesis all take place in solution in water and it is water pressure, acting in conjunction with the skeleton of cell walls, which keeps the plant upright. Water has some remarkable and specials properties. As gardeners, we must be in constant alert to our plants “need for that precious liquid”. Even if it is raining, it is a very good idea to water thoroughly newly planted seedlings or plants transferred from elsewhere. This settles small soil particles round the roots and the roots hairs, and make sure they are properly in contact with a film of water, rather than stranded in an air space. It is a good idea to do this at some distance from the stem. Read more

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Is organic food more healthy than conventional food?

Organic Foods are foods that are grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, genetically modified organisms, or ionizing radiation. Also include animals that produce meat, poultry, eggs, and dairy products do not take antibiotics or growth hormones. Before a product can be labeled "organic," a Government-approved certifier inspects the farm where the food is grown to make sure the farmer is following all the rules necessary to meet USDA organic standards. Companies that handle or process organic food before it gets to your local supermarket or restaurant must be certified, too. Operators are inspected annually in addition there are random checks to assure standards are being met. The USDA has identified for three categories of labeling organic products: 100% organic (made with 100% organic Ingredients), 95% organic (made at least with 95% organic ingredients), and 70% organic (made at least 70% organic ingredients). Consumers that are interested in buying organic food must pay close attention to the label and the definition provided above about organic foods. I have a good experience about organic food and I want to share it here. My mom is from another country where they grow exclusively organic foods. She ate everything organic (meats, vegetable, starch, and fruit). She never diagnosed with any sickness. She came to visit me for one month, and started eating from the groceries I bought from the supermarket after some days she told me: “I do not feel well”. I said mom what is going on. She replied: “I don’t know”. I took her to a clinic to have a checkup and she was diagnosed with high blood sugar something she never experienced in her life (75 years old). The blood sugar was so high; she was in intensive care for five days. The doctor put her on daily insulin. When she returned to her home land and restarted her life style she never experienced the blood sugar even for one day. No more medication taking, she ate sweet potatoes, sweet mango, sweet corn, rice and beans, all kind of meat.
Thereafter she revisited me for one month and the same thing happened again. Then I made that conclusion here in U.S.A we eat our traditional process food and over there in her country they consume solely organic food from their farms. Her body was not fit to ingest the process food. It appears to be true that organic foods could healthier for our organism. Read more

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

When to plant a tree?

There are two schools of thought: One is to plant in mid-autumn the other to plant in the early spring. The philosophy behind the autumn planting system is that the soil is still reasonably warm and the roots more likely to grow and become established. The possible down-side to this is that the young roots then have to survive a cold, wet winter when fungus infections may be set in. Advocates of planting in early spring, on the other hand, suggest that the roots will get off to a start as soon as the soil begins to warm up, and thereafter will grow strongly through the summer. Advice from research is so long as leaves have fallen before autumn planting, and the soil is neither frost-hardened nor excessively dry, both options are equally viable. My advice to you is to plant a tree regardless the school you believe...Read more