This plant is also known as graviola. Its home is the areas of the Peruvian Amazon, especially the tropical areas of Peru. The evergreen tree of lower stature is characterized by elongated leaves and tasty fruits, known as guanabana. The use of annona in traditional medicine can be traced back to the pre-Columbian era. All parts of the tree are used, including bark, leaves, roots, fruits and even seeds. Independent research has been carried out around the world since the 1970s, thanks to which the plant is very well mapped, and we know all the components and processes from the analytical and biochemical point of view, which help us to understand and put into context its inescapable effects.