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METHODOLOGY Ingredients: 1. continuously do it. and mixed with honey. Dried Papaya Leaves 2. . 4. Get some dried papaya leaves 2. *This product is very useful because it’s not expensive and it can help to our generation. drink it because this is perfect cure to cough and fever. If yes. 3. 5. See if it is effect to your illness. After mixing it. For the best result. Honey Procedure: 1. Grind it.
The enzyme and the papaya leaves are also employed as a vermifuge (expels intestinal worms). and some esters as well. and so it is in great demand as a meat tenderizer. it can "digest" up to 35 times its own weight in lean meat. When ripe. and cultivated forests are found in nearly every tropical area of the world.This wide range of activity accounts for the use of papain in folk medicine for digestive disturbances of all kinds but particularly for those associated with protein-rich foods. is an enzyme that breaks up protein. Medically. Carica papaya L. it is prescribed for people who have difficulty digesting protein and is used to break up blood clots after surgery. .principally in Zaire in central Africa .Face creams. and gathering it is a labor-intensive process.A certain amount of papain is contained in all of the plant's juices.Only the latex from the unripe fruit is pure enough to make harvesting worthwhile. In its pure form. In addition. amides. where the plant probably originated. As a digestive aid. it hydrolyzes not only proteins but small peptides. to shrink ruptured or slipped spinal discs.RELATED LITERATURE The papaya plant is a small tree. or latex. which is nonwoody and hollow. lotions. (family Caricaceae). is a mixture of proteolytic enzymes with a fairly broad spectrum of activity. chymopapain. native to tropical America but found in tropical areas throughout the world. especially for tapeworms. only in a few places . produces large.is the latex gathered. Other components of the crude enzyme mixture hydrolyze both carbohydrates and fats. and so on are often formulated with papain in the belief that the enzyme will exert "a digestive effect on freckles and other sun blemishes" while cleansing the pores of makeup and providing a general "softening" effect. however. the fruits are a very desirable food. In addition to the large quantities produced by incising the fruit. cleansers.Papain. contained in the plant's whitish juice. but the richest supply is in the leaves and in the skin of the unripe fruit. deeply lobed leaves and smooth-skinned cantaloupe-like fruits or melons directly on its surface without intervening branches. Shallow cuts made on the surface of fully grown but unripe fruits cause them to exude a milky sap or latex that after collection and drying is known as crude papain. papaya tablets containing between 10 and 50 mg of papain are commercially available. Its trunk.Although groves of wild papaya dot the landscapes of southern Mexico and Central America. or vegetable pepsin as it is sometimes called. doctors and scientists have been studying the use of a sister enzyme. about 2 percent of papain is found in papaya leaves.Papain.
A decoction of the ripe fruit is helpful for treating persistent diarrhea and dysentery in children.The leaves are used to dress wounds. ulcers. This is said to facilitate extraction of the active principles by boiling water and to brew a much richer beverage than is obtained with ordinary dried papaya leaves. boils. especially beef. and cancerous tumors. The leaves and fruit can both be used to support sound digestion (the unripe fruit is especially effective). it acts as an effective tenderizer by predigesting to some degree the fibrous animal protein. The latex has a similar but more violent effect.Those who drink a tea prepared from papaya leaves as a digestive aid should be aware that (according to French) the leaves should first have been subjected to a fermentation process similar to that used for black tea. The seeds gently expel worms. the use of papain most familiar to every housewife is as a meat tenderizer.However. The ripe fruit is mildly laxative. The flowers may be taken in an infusion to induce menstruation. The latex from the trunk of the tree is also applied externally to speed the healing of wounds. Uses of Papaya leaves Papaya's main medicinal use is as a digestive agent. The enzyme mixed with salt as an activator and a carbohydrate dispersing agent is sold in every supermarket. When shaken on tough meat before cooking. Scientific Name: *Carica papaya .Various commercial applications of papain such as chill-proofing beer and clarifying fruit juices are interesting but beyond the scope of this discussion. warts.
Dried papaya leaves fully grinded and mixed with honey is a perfect cure to cough and fever .