Paw Paw's distant cousin Graviola, also known as Brazilian
Pawpaw, has had a long history of use in the nutraceutical
literature and is most certainly due to its content of acetogenins.
Over the past 25 years Paw Paw and Graviolas seeds, roots,
bark and twigs have been discovered to contain hundreds of
different molecules called collectively the acetogenins.
In fact, Paw Paw is loaded with Acetogenins, which are believed
to selectively target and kill specific cells to enhance the
overall health of the body. The most widely documented and
accepted mechanism by which acetogenins exert their biological
effect is through inhibition of ATP (energy) synthesis in
the mitochondria of cells. This effect is to starve the cells
of energy required for most of its biological processes including
cell division and maintenance of the functional integrity
of membranes. Doing so can lead to the death of the cell.
Paw Paw and Graviola are trees in the plant family called
Graviola is grown commercially in tropical climates such
as South America, Brazil and the West Indies. Paw Paw is native
to the United States and in fact is the only member of the
Annonaceae family not located in the tropics.
Paw Paw can be taken with Cantron as a powerful adjunct and
can be added to any one of our 'Wellness
'Wellness Program' ordering
Dietary Supplement Use Only! This product is not intended to treat,
cure, mitigate or prevent any disease. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug