Papaya

Papaya is a plant.

It is a fruit whose leaves are folk medicine.


Papaya is used for preventing and treating gastrointestinal tract disorders, intestinal parasite infections, and as a sedative and diuretic.

 

It is also used for nerve pains (neuralgia) and elephantoid growths. Elephantoid growths are large swollen areas of the body that are symptoms of a rare disorder of the lymphatic system caused by parasitic worms.


Papaya contains a chemical called papain, which is often used as a meat tenderizer..

Papain breaks down proteins, carbohydrates, and fats.

That’s why it works as a meat tenderizer.

Papain is changed by digestive juices, so whether it may not be effective as a medicine when taken by mouth.

 



Papaya also contains a another chemical, carpain.

Carpain is an antimicrobial  and anticancer type compound

Papaya has powerful anticancer properties and has been used against lab-grown tumors – and without the negative consequences of chemotherapy.

 

The researchers used papaya leaf extract for the study and found that the anticancer effects of papaya are stronger with a largerer dose of the extract.

No known side effects.

 

Other studies involving papaya leaf extracts and their ability to fight various cancers gives validity to making the fruit a part of the diet.

 

Is it possibile to prevent cancers of the cervix, breast, liver, lung, and pancreas while aiding the cardiovascular and gastrointestinal systems at the same time?