Papaya or Carica Papaya is a sweet and delicious tropical fruit that comes from Central America and Southern Mexico. You can also find it in many other tropical regions and it’s famous for its sweet flavor. Initially green and bitter in taste, papayas are butter-yellow when fully ripe and shaped like a pear. Their pale orange flesh has dozens of small, black, gelatinous seeds at the center, similar to a melon. Maybe you didn’t know that these seeds are good for your health? They are full of nutrition that helps with kidney and liver disease, have anti-inflammatory properties, treat arthritis and joint disease. Papaya seeds contain papain which helps in effective digestion of proteins. However, they also contain an alkaloid called Carpaine that kills intestinal worms and amoeba parasites.
Papaya seeds contain papain which helps in effective digestion of proteins. However, they also contain an alkaloid called Carpaine that kills intestinal worms and amoeba parasites.
These are some of the benefits of using papaya seeds:
The seeds contain high levels of proteolytic enzymes like papain which can help rid your body of parasites. As we said, the papaya seeds also contain an alkaloid called “Carpaine” that kills intestinal worms and amoeba parasites.
If you use too much alcohol over many years, you can get a liver disease called liver Cirrhosis- shrinking and hardening the liver. Your liver is not capable of processing the toxins from your body anymore. That leads to a variety of serious health problems. But, papaya seeds contains nutrients that help heal this disease. Crush 5-6 Papaya Seeds and have them with food or juice and use it for 30 days.
- Anti-Inflammatory Properties
The seeds of papaya are believed to have a strong antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effect on our digestive systems. They’re great for alleviating arthritis, joint disease, redness, pain, and swelling.
An agent found in this seeds helps stop the growth of cancer cells and tumors. Isothiocyanate fights well for colon, breast, lung, leukemia and prostate cancer.
These tiny little seeds are excellent natural contraceptives without any side-effects, both for men and women. If you use contraceptive medications for a long period of time it may have some side effects. That’s why papaya seeds can replace this medication and you should have no fear of any side effects.
And many more benefits of using papaya seeds. But be aware not to use them during pregnancy and if breastfeeding. Additionally, while papaya seeds do have strong anti-parasitic properties, they may be too powerful for young children’s gastrointestinal tracts, so a doctor should be consulted before giving them to infants.