Three girls from the Higher College of Technology, Heba Al Ghafri, Sharifa Al Qaitaiti, and Faiza Al Khatiri, helped create the cream from the root of a Cherimoya
plant, known in Arabic as "Al Mustaafl" and obtained a patent from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry to produce it.
During my most recent visit just before the Holy Week, the cherimoya
was in season and we found some in the night market.
Effectiveness of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi use in the cherimoya
(Annona cherimola Mill.) seedlings growth.
Effect of high carbon dioxide concentration on PAL activity and phenolic contents in ripening cherimoya
peaks in the spring," Schueller enthuses.
The most commonly used CAM was "dietary supplements (special foods)," followed by "herbal remedies," "vitamin/mineral supplements," "spiritual healing," and "cannabis/marijuana." The "dietary supplements (special foods)" category included graviola seeds, helia mushroom and milk, quinoa seeds and avocado mix, and cherimoya
. "Herbal remedies" consisted of different kind of herbs such as Shita (herb found mainly in Morocco), thyme, lou'loub, spices, A'landa (from Palestine), and herbal teas.
Smet S de, Damme P Van, Scheldeman X, Romero J (1999) Seed structure and germination of cherimoya
(Annona cherimola Mill.).
Phenological growth stages of the cherimoya
tree (Annona cherimola Mill.).
Leaves of mango, with the highest C:N ratio (~30), were more persistent than those of loquat, avocado and cherimoya
in Granada, Spain (Rodriguez Pleguezuelo et al.
RP-HPLC-DAD-MS-MS analysis showed that cherimoya
Disease of atemoya, cherimoya
, sour-sop, sugar apple and related fruit crops.
) peel and pulp in relation to their total phenolic and total flavonoid contents.
Improving safe access may further consumption of apple, pineapple, pear-apple (Asian pear), love apple (tomato), custard apple (cherimoya
) and other 21st-century apples.
The antioxidant properties of the cherimoya
(Annona cherimola) fruit.
Archaeological Evidence of Cherimoya
(Annona cherimolia Mill.) and Guanabana (Annona muricata L.) in ancient Peru.