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Paw paw Seeds,according to Dr Heben have Magical Cure For Gut, Kidney stones, Liver Cancer and Many Other Diseases. Paw paw seeds can be consumed raw, crushed or ground in milk, honey or salad dressings.
Normally we all eat Paw paw and throw away the seed, without knowing the additional importance in the seed which includes preventing and curing diseases related to the liver, Kidney, gut, worms and more.
Below are some of the benefits of Pawpaw seed (Discuss with your nutritionist to know if taking the seed is OK for you)
Papaya seeds are rich with nutrients that can heal cirrhosis of the liver; eating small amounts of seeds will protect and detox the liver.
The seeds from Pawpaw can improve kidney health and also prevent renal failure and kidney poisoning.
Pawpaw seeds have agents that can stop the growth of tumors and cancer cells. They contain isothiocyanate, which helps with breast, colon, leukemia, lung and prostate cancer.
4. Killing Parasites:
Pawpaw seeds have an alkaloid named “Carpaine” which kills amoeba parasites and intestinal worms. Children consuming Pawpaw seed juice for 7 days get rid of a great percentage of parasites in the gut.
5. Anti-inflammatory properties:
Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, pawpaw seeds are great for joint disease, alleviating arthritis, pain, swelling and redness.
6. Aids Digestion:
Pawpaw seeds are rich in the enzyme papain, which protects digestion and it is a great solution for women who want to get pregnant.
7. Antibacterial and Antiviral properties:
Papaya seeds, even in small amounts can kill bacteria like Salmonella, E. coli and Staph. Also, they fight infections and cure Typhoid, Dengue and other harmful diseases. People in Nigeria drink milk with Papaya seeds as cure for Typhoid fever.
Side effects and possible warnings for using seeds from Papaya :
Besides, many health benefits, pawpaw seeds can be dangerous for pregnant women, and women that are breastfeeding. Papaya seeds can be too strong for gastrointestinal tract of babies and young children.