Papaya Leaves

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US $1-2 / Kilogram | 1 Metric Ton/Metric Tons (Min. Order)
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100 Metric Ton/Metric Tons per Year
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Tuticorin
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Overview
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Type:
Crude Medicine
Function:
Purgation Medicinal
Place of Origin:
India
Brand Name:
Papaya
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50kg Bales
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Papaya Leaves

Papaya leaf from the papaya or paw paw tree, otherwise known as carica papaya or custard apple leaf, is deep green and medium in size and contains cancer-fighting and other medicinal properties. The papaya leaf has been used for centuries to remedy ailments such as nausea and irritable digestion and is most recently noted for its effect on certain cancerous tumors. The blade, stem, vein and midrib of the papaya leaf each contain healthful and remedial benefits.

 

There are a lot of things we can do with papaya leaves; it doesn't really mean that you have to throw the leaves away when you're through with the fruit. The leaf contains as much medicinal ability as the fruit itself. 

1. Dried papaya leaves fully grinded and mixed with honey is a perfect cure to cough and fever

2. Fresh papaya leaves boiled in hot water is a very strong medicine for malaria 3. Fresh juice from grinded papaya leaves can be used to heal open wounds and sores

4. Fresh papaya leaves eaten raw with onions can boost your urine system especially if you're having an overactive bladder

5. Juice made from the leaves can be used as a skin cleansing agent

6. Fresh papaya leaves boiled with sliced pieces of orange can help burn fat and it's a perfect reduction agent

7. Fresh papaya leaves eaten raw can boost your ability in bed thereby making you become better at everything in bed

8. To glasses of tea daily made from the leaves can help reduce menstrual cramps

9. Juice made from papaya leaves can be used to send away eczema. But scrub face first with soap before applying it.

10. Lastly, it can be eaten as food especially when fried with an egg