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Papaya Seeds Are Magical, Check and See How it Works

We all eat a variety of fruits and vegetables to maintain good health. A single of them is Pawpaw. While raw Pawpaw is used as a vegetable, ripe Pawpaw is consumed as a fruit. Consuming ripe Pawpaw helps reduce weight gain and strengthens the digestive system.

Pawpaw seeds, which are frequently thrown away, are magical and extremely healthy for us when consumed. These seeds quickly reduce swelling when consumed first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. Daily consumption of Pawpaw seeds, which contain anti-viral components that treat a variety of illnesses, can reduce viral fever.

Additionally, Pawpaw is a miracle cure for many serious illnesses. Fibre, vitamin C, and antioxidants are abundant in it, preventing cholesterol buildup in your arteries. Low calorie content aids in weight loss. A papaya provides more than 200 percent of your daily vitamin C needs, enhancing vision, boosting immunity, and facilitating better digestion.

The Pawpaw seeds, known as ‘’traditional healers treat’’, acts as a magic bullet for the treatment of liver, kidney, diseases related to digestion and many more.

Pawpaw seed contains papain, which has the ability to dissolve and clean out dead tissues while not interfering with the activity of healthy cells. This traditional therapy has only been used for three weeks and will be restarted in one week. Water consumption during this therapy is approximately 3-4 litres per day.

On the other hand, half a spoon of dried seed powder can be boiled in water and its decoction can be used once a day after a meal.

In traditional medicine, taking 1mg of Pawpaw seed ash mixed with 3-5g of honey twice a day detoxifies the liver.

For worm infection (helminthiasis), air-dried seed powder, 2gm mixed with 1 tsp honey taken once a day empty stomach for a week.

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