In this video, we will explain to you how papaya seeds can help get rid of intestinal parasites.
The papaya is a fruit that's popular for both its delicious taste and its exceptional nutritional profile. The fruit is also known for its many health benefits. But there's also a reason to munch on the seeds.
Some scientific research suggests that papaya seeds can help remove parasites from the body. Parasites are organisms that feed on other organisms. The human body is a good host for parasites, and they're more common than many people think.
There are reputable scientific studies that have investigated the benefits of papaya seeds on intestinal parasites. In a 2008 pilot study, asymptomatic Nigerian children who were known to have parasites were fed air-dried seeds mixed with honey.
The seeds helped flush out intestinal parasites with the children's feces, and the researchers acknowledged that this method of parasite elimination is low-risk, cheap, and especially helpful for people living in tropical communities.
What makes papaya seeds so effective is that they contain antihelminthic and anti-amoebic agents.
Symptoms of parasites include nausea, weakness, loss of appetite, abdominal pain, diarrhea, dizziness, salt craving, and weight loss. Parasites can also affect your mood and contribute to depression or anxiety.
If you use papaya seeds to treat worms or parasites, you must take them along with a natural laxative.
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