Herbal medicine practitioners use soursop to cure pain, respiratory problems and fever, according to SF Gate. Experts believe that the acetogenins found in soursop may prevent or slow down cancer. Other compounds in sour... More »

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Proponents claim that soursop leaf tea treats conditions such as anemia, insomnia, gout, diabetes and acne as well as arthritis, hypertension, eczema, and gallbladder and liver disorders. Some believe it is a useful canc... More »

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Researchers need to conduct more studies with human subjects to obtain definitive data, but guanabana nectar, also known as soursop, may slow cancer cell growth, decrease resistance to cancer-fighting drugs and suppress ... More »

Inconsistent scientific evidence suggests that proteolytic enzymes may improve digestive problems and reduce pain and inflammation in the body, according to NYU Langone Medical Center. Proteolytic enzymes are produced na... More »

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DNA India reports the top 10 uses of tulsi as the ability to cure a fever, beat diabetes, protect the heart, beat stress, dissolve kidney stones, stop the progression of cancer, aid in smoking cessation, benefit the skin... More »

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Lutein is beneficial because it protects the eyes from damage caused by sunlight, and experts believe it protects against age-related eye problems, such as cataracts and macular degeneration, states WebMD. Some people al... More »

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Uses of lecithin include treatment of neurological conditions and liver problems, states Drugs.com. It is also a stabilizing and emulsifying ingredient in foods, such as chocolate and margarine, and cosmetics, such as li... More »