minnie 16/05/15
Last reply 5 months ago
Soursop – MS people

Hi there,

Ive had MS (relapse and remittance) for 15 year now. I was just wondering whether anyone has heard of ‘Soursop’ or have tried the herbs/ drink. If so, How did you find it? The reason why I am asking is because I have heard from a number of people (people who don’t know each other) that ‘Soursop’ can heal damaged nerves and can treat many other illnesses. I also went on to search engine sites and it stated the same thing. If Soursop can heal damage nerves surely it can help people who have MS.

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stumbler
3 years ago

@minnie , whilst I could find a few references to soursop, I couldn’t find that many regarding MS.

It did seem to be touted as a treatment for cancer though.

Cancer sufferers and MS sufferers do have some commonality. We’re both a group of vulnerable people, who are looking for an answer.

I can only recommend caution. There are too many people who would like sell us the next variant of “snake oil”.

Wherever there is misery and suffering, you’ll always find someone making a profit from the situation,


naomih
3 years ago

I would definitely check the source before trusting the information.


minnie
3 years ago

I totally agree – Thanks both.


graham100
3 years ago

If it’s only a couple of quid? Might be worth a try, if it’s a fortune think twice. By the way stumbler, were those multi vittamins from USA any good??


stumbler
3 years ago

@graham100 , I’m not sure they did much for me, although it’s hard to tell as no two days ever seem the same for me.

I’m giving them a break at the moment. 😕


graham100
3 years ago

@stumbler. Know what you mean every bloody day is different, mobility and the way I feel. Crazy. But won’t let it get me down. Lol


dhinou18
5 months ago

Hello Minnie. I heard the same rumor about soursop, and I was very interested in it, but I wanted someone who had a real experience to tell me in order to trust that new soursop process. I have nerve problem too which makes it harder for me to walk unaided and I would like to know if it works for some people. I just want to find anything that will work for my mobility.


hollylb10
5 months ago

A favourite quote of mine ‘People are fed by the food industry, which pays no attention to health, and are treated by the health industry, which pays no attention to food.’ – Wendell Berry

If it’s natural then why not give it a try? I really hope that one day people will see the link to diet and auto immune diesaeases – not just MS but a whole host of other diseases!


nutshell88
5 months ago

I wpuldnt be surprise if it helped curing some nerves I’ve always believe and always will there is a cure for every illness either mankind never knew about or some of them hid it for their own benefit.


nutshell88
5 months ago

If I found a place that sell it here in Saudi I’d buy it no doubt.


nutshell88
5 months ago

Sorry for replying many times but I also read

We don’t know how much soursop is safe, but we know lots of it is toxic. Drinking tea made from the leaves, eating the fruit, or taking soursop supplements can kill nerve cells in the brain and other parts of the body4. Taking too much soursop can also cause movement disorders similar to Parkinson’s disease5.May 14, 2015


strictlysoca
5 months ago

Soursop when eaten from a tree that you have in your back garden (my other life 😟) is food of the Gods. In the Caribbean some make tea from the leaves as a bush remedy for rheumatic pain but that seems to have been taken by people to be more than it is. Eat fruits, make soursop juice and live well but anything else in my view is hype. The very idea of a soup sop pill is an anathema!

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