Cherimoya for cancer

Cherimoya Tree for Cancer The Cherimoya (Annona cherimola) – called Cherimoya, Chirimoya or Cherimoya in South America and Spain – is a tree of the family Annonaceae giving fruit called the cherimoya, whose taste is similar to cinnamon apple, of beef heart and soursop, all from trees of the genus Annona. The name of the plant is from a Quechua word, chirimuya, meaning “cold seeds” and indicates that the seeds are able to germinate at high altitudes. The Cherimoya is a shrub from February to July meters, the bushy, often…

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