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Can Drinking A Papaya Leaf Concentrate Cure Cancer Cells?

Papaya in the Philippines, which is called as pawpaw in Australia and New Zealand has been increasingly getting famous of its leaf concentrate’s ability to cure cancer cells. While going to a chemotherapy can be devastating to the pocket, you may want an alternative doctor to co-manage your treatment.

 

The story actually started in 1978 when a man living in the Gold Coast survived his cancer by drinking the boiled extract of pawpaw leaves. He was the one who first suggested to try the pawpaw leaves as a possible cure for cancer 14 years ago.

 

He was dying of lung cancer when he decided to take the alternative therapy and cleared his lungs with any signs of cancer. The amazing remedy was also tried by a banana grower suffering from a gall bladder cancer. After five weeks, he showed no trace of cancer whatsoever.

 

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A research conducted in Florida found that an extract from dried papaya leaves was able to kill the cancer cells directly and slowed the growth of the tumor cells in cultures. It was determined that the leaf extract was effective against all 10 different types of cancer cells tested, which includes the liver, lung, cervix, and breast cancer cells.

 

Hope for those who are unable to continue buying expensive medicines and paying expensive treatments. You may be able to shorten the treatment and potentially cure your cancer by drinking the natural papaya leaf juice.

 

The pure juice extract has been known to naturally cure cancer cells and prevent them from further damaging your remaining healthy cells. By just drinking the papaya leaf concentrate, some people claimed getting better and cured of their cancer.

 

The Kombucha fermented papaya leaf manufactured from Australia is the most popular leaf concentrate that contains a variety of enzymes and antioxidants, including potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, and other nutrients. The beneficial lactic acid that comes as a product of the fermentation process helps maintain a healthy intestinal tract.

 

People who got cancer reported being healed by drinking the papaya leaf concentrate. The leaves and stems of the pawpaw are known to be toxic to cancer cells.

 

In moderate doses, there has been no known side effects. When taken as a supplement, it has been noted to reduce the body’s resistance to chemotherapy.

 

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Papaya fights cancer

The Latin name of papaya is carica papaya. Most people living on the Gold Coast of Australia claimed they have been cured by the medicinal papaya juice. In fact, some cancer survivor stories and testimonials were published in The Medicine Tree.

 

New studies discovered the ability of the papaya to stop metastasis, normalize the cell cycle, and stop the growth of cancer cells, including the breast cancer cells.

 

The fruit contains powerful proteolytic enzymes, papain and chymopapain, known to facilitate chemical reactions in the body. The enzymes are known to digest unwanted scar tissue on the skin and under its surface.

 

 

 

The pawpaw twigs contain acetogenins, which are the substances that tend to reduce the ATP production of the cell mitochondria. Cancerous cells have huge energy requirements.

 

The acetogenins regulate the growth of the blood vessels near the cancerous cells. The reduced ATP modulates its growth, which is necessary for cancer survival.

 

The pawpaw tends to starve the cancer cells instead of poisoning them unlike the chemotherapy. The effect is slower than the chemotherapy.

 

It reduces the duplication of cancer cells and enhances the effectiveness of the chemical medical treatments. However, prolonged usage is being discouraged, because it is a very strong alternative medicine that easily gets attracted to high energy usage cells.

 

It was found that its phytonutrient compounds act in synergy to display a strong antioxidant and immune boosting impact throughout the body and blood stream. The papain, alkaloids and the phenolic compounds are responsible for the positive biological effects.

 

Keep in mind that the pawpaw is not a preventative medicine. Sustained, prolonged use is not advisable. If you are determined to be cancer free, you can take the pawpaw no longer than a month.

 

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The recipe

Cut a medium sized papaya leaves like cabbage. Place in a pan with 2 liters of water.

 

Boil until the water level has evaporated by at least half of the original volume. Strain the liquid.

 

Pour the liquid in a glass container. Keep the concentrate in the refrigerator for only 3 to 4 days. Discard if it becomes cloudy.

 

 

Another way to prepare

Wash and partly dry several medium-size papaya leaves. Cut them up like cabbage and place them in a saucepan with 2 quarts/ liters of water.

 

Bring the water and leaves to the boil and simmer without a lid until the water is reduced by half. Strain the liquid and bottle in glass containers.

 

The concentrate will keep in the refrigerator for three to four days. If it becomes cloudy, it should be discarded.

 

The recommended dosage in the original recipe is 3 tablespoons/ 50ml three times a day.

 

It is recommended to read the “Papaya The Medicine Tree” for the interesting stories of “incurable” people who have used this extract to beat their cancer, and for other medicinal uses of papaya.

 

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Another way of preparing

Wash several medium sized papaya leaves. Cut them up and place them in a saucepan with 2 liters of water.

 

Heat the leaves in the water until it boils and reduce it to a simmer until the water is reduced by half.

 

Once it does, a 50 ml of the resulting concentrated papaya leaf liquid for 3 times a day is the suggested dosage.

 

 

 

References

How Pawpaw Works Against Cancer Cells (n.d.). Retrieved from Pawpaw Research.

Minton, B. L. (2009). Papaya is tasty way to fight cancer and poor digestion. Natural News.

The Telegraph. Papaya helps fight cancer.

Tietze, H. (1997). Papaya the medicine tree. Australia: Harald W. Tietze Publishing.