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Anyone out there using graviola? If so, for parasites, or something else? How do you like it? And what form--capsules, or herbal extract, or tea--a particular brand you like?
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- Rain-Tree is a superb source for many reasons.
Through Raintree�s Tropical Plant Database (&/or Taylor's book) you can link to each ingredient for details and history.
They have excellent 3rd party research citations and they are superb in their methods and ethics, both ecologically and in fair-trade principles.
The book offered at the site is very good, too. IMO, the book should be read first. Also consider that this usually works best in a formula, such as the A-P, listed below. -----------
A one pound package of Raintree's sustainably harvested pure graviola leaf and stem powder (Anonna muricata) which has has been milled into a fine powder and is suitable to stuff into capsules or to prepare your own teas, tinctures or extracts.
This plant is sustainably wild harvested or organically grown (without pesticides or fertilizers) . . . .