Graviola tree fruit extract, also called "sour sop juice," is an herbal remedy sometimes advertised as being a potent anticancer agent. As of 2014, very little medical evidence exists to substantiate these claims.
According the Hoaxorfact, the only scam associated with soursop is the claim that it is a miracle cancer cure. Soursop is used to treat a wide range of medical conditions, from parasites to cancer, and there is evidence that soursop and extracts made from the fruit do h...
The fruit that comes from the graviola tree is the soursop. The fruit and tree are related to the cherimoya and pawpaw. The fruit tastes like a combination of pineapple and strawberry with citrus, banana and coconut undertones. The tree is widely grown in Latin America,...
The graviola fruit, also known as a soursop, is the fruit of an evergreen tree native to Central and South America. The graviola fruit is green and prickly. It measures 7.9-11.8 inches in length.
A solar scam is when a fraudulent contractor deceives a homeowner who is unfamiliar with solar energy products, notes the Better Business Bureau. Scams can be related to installation, financing the solar products or the amount of savings provided by solar panels.
The United States Food and Drug Administration issued a warning to the public in 2013 urging people to not buy Biostem Plus, says GMA News Online. The FDA issued the warning in Advisory 2013-036, stating that the product is not an FDA-approved stem cell preparation or d...
The Better Business Bureau states that LoanDepot is not a scam. It gives the company its highest A+ rating and confirms that it has been a BBB Accredited Business since 2014.