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While most people throw them away, papaya seeds are not only edible, small amounts of them in your diet can be surprisingly good for you.
One cup of mashed papaya seeds contains the following recommended daily allowance of nutritional values:
Papaya seeds offer the greatest nutritional benefit by delivering nearly 300% of what our bodies require for vitamin C each day. The large amount of vitamin C is the reason debilitating ailments such as cancer and arthritis can be mitigated by the ingestion of papaya seed oil.
The highly antioxidant tropical fruit is an effective remedy for the flu or colds during winter. The rich source of Vitamin A in the form of beta carotene prevents lung and mouth cancer. Folate encourages the creation of DNA, which makes papaya seeds ideal for pregnant women. The plentiful mineral content found in papaya seeds helps maintain healthy bones and blood pressure.
Papaya Seeds for Parasitic Infections:
Like green papaya, the seeds of papaya fruit contain high levels of the proteolytic enzyme papain, which can help rid your body of parasites such as intestinal worms.
In the same way that papain breaks down undigested protein waste from your food, it can also dissolve the protective biofilm and fibrin that covers parasites, and particularly their eggs, on the walls of your lower intestine.
Papaya Seeds for Liver Cirrhosis:
Liver cirrhosis is a disease, usually caused by excessive alcohol consumption over many years, wherein the liver shrinks and becomes hardened. In this state it is ineffective at removing toxins from the body, leading to a variety of serious health problems.
Papaya seeds are often reported as an effective natural treatment for liver cirrhosis and overall detoxification of the liver.
The recommended method is to grind up around ten dried seeds in a pepper grinder, or crush up fresh ones in a mortar and pestle, and mix them with a tablespoon of squeezed lemon or lime juice in a glass of water.
A 1/4 of a teaspoon of these powdered organic papaya seeds can also be used as an effective replacement option if you don?t have fresh papayas available. Drink this papaya seed liver treatment down twice a day for a month.
Papaya Seeds for Better Digestion:
Many people eat large amounts of difficult to digest meat and other high protein foods. Poorly broken down protein can putrefy in your colon, creating toxic compounds, encouraging bad bacteria overgrowth and really smelly gas.
Proteolytic enzymes, like papain found in papaya seeds, are some of the most powerful natural substances for breaking down undigested protein in your digestive tract.
Eating a small amount of papaya seeds with a meal containing a lot of meat is a simple way to improve protein digestion and prevent problems like constipation and bad gas later on.
Papaya seeds cure dengue and viral infections:
There are even reports of using papaya seeds to successfully treating viral infections such as dengue fever in parts of Central America and Asia. Obviously this is a serious disease so consult a doctor if you contract dengue to monitor your condition.
Papaya leaf juice is actually an even better natural treatment for dengue fever.
Papaya seeds Treat food poisoning:
Another potential use of papaya seeds is to combat bacterial infections and possibly even treat food poisoning caused by bad bacteria.
The seeds of papaya have a strong antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effect on your digestive system.
Studies have shown an extract made from papaya seeds is effective at killing E coli, Salmonella, Staph and other dangerous bacteria.
Pregnant women and breast feeding mothers should not use papaya seeds or the enzyme rich green papaya powder.
Papaya seeds do have strong anti-parasitic properties they may be too powerful for young children?s.
Patients using blood thinning medications like warfare or aspirin should consult their doctor before they eat papaya seeds
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