Graviola - On sale this month - Now only $17.95
A source of Antioxidants.
NPN 80048665 (Capsules - 100 x 500mg) | NPN 80091460 (Liquid - 50mL [1:2])
ECG Graviola is carefully harvested from deep within the Amazonian Rain Forest by experienced harvesters, to bring you the utmost in quality. Only select leaves and leaf stems are used. This pure leave powder offers the highest quality and potency. Pure leaf powder is green in color and is light weight by nature. Each capsule contains 500mg of Graviola.
ECG Naturals' Graviola is manufactured with GMP in accordance with the outlines made by Health Canada, and is licensed under Health Canada's NNHPD. ECG Naturals' Graviola is harvested from its natural environment deep found within the Amazon rain forest. Our harvesting methods ensure minimal impact, with an emphasis on conservation and preservation in the Amazon basin. The gelatin capsules used in Graviola are derived from a 100% beef source.
Graviola is an excellent source of antioxidants which help to ward off age-related disease. These antioxidants limit damage caused by free radicals and help to protect your DNA against free radical damage, thereby preventing premature aging and chronic diseases. Antioxidants have been shown to play an important role in a healthy diet.
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The Amazon rain forest is the most bio-diverse place on Earth with over 80,000 botanical species. Over forty percent of all medicine has it's origin within the Amazon Basin. Medicinal plants found within the rain forest contain 100s of compounds from alkaloids, tannins, and flavonoids which may have positive health effects.
Graviola has been used traditionally for centuries in the Amazon for Chill, Fever, Flu, and many other illnesses. A tea can also be made by emptying 1 to 2 capsules of ECG Naturals' Graviola powder into a mug, and steeping in hot water.
More information on Graviola can be found in studies done by the US National Library of Medicine, Purdue University, the Skaggs Scientific Report from the Scripps Research Institute, and Kaohsiung Medical University in Taiwan.