Whether you are looking for a healthy herb, leaf or vegetable to incorporate to your favorite juice or maybe entirely new to try, you may want to implement papaya leaf juice. Juicing papaya is an excellent way to take advantage of its tremendous health benefits, since few people consume papaya leaves.
Essential Nutrients In Papaya Leaf
Many scientific studies have shown that phytonutrient compounds in papaya leaves significantly enhance the bloodstream and represent strong antioxidants. Phenolic, alkaloids and papain compounds are actually responsible for positive medical and biological effects.
Chymopapain and papin are the two active compounds in this fruit. They are ideal for treating bloating, indigestion and digestive issues. In addition, dehydrocarpaine, pseudocarpaine, carpaine and alkaloid compounds demonstrate chemo-preventive effects.
Due to their bacterial, analgesic and antispasmasodic properties, pure isolated alkaloids represent powerful medicinal agents.
Kaempferol, quercetin, chlorogenic acid, caffeic acid and phenolic compounds exhibit potent antioxidant effect. Papaya leaves are also rich in minerals such as manganese, iron, magnesium, sodium, potassium and calcium.
Beneficial Effects of Papaya Leaf Juice
There are many health benefits of papaya leaf juice. Here are the most important ones:
- Lowers blood sugar levels: it regulates blood sugar levels and improves insulin sensitivity. The large amounts of antioxidants lower secondary complications of diabetes such as oxidative stress, kidney damage and fatty liver.
- Fights against cardiovascular diseases: papaya leaves protect heart health from diseases and strokes, dilate blood vessels and improve blood circulation.
- Regulate menstrual issues: due to its potent healing properties that balances the hormones, this juice regulates menstruation cycle and lowers PMS symptoms.
- Decreases inflammation: this side effect of allergies or diseases can be reduced by the anti-inflammatory properties of papaya leaves. They also lower chemotherapy side effects.
- Boosts the digestive system: these leaves are ideal in breaking down carbs and protein and helping with digestion. They are also excellent against IBD (inflammatory bowel syndrome) and killing bacteria such as H. Pylori bacteria.
- Improves energy levels: it improves chronic fatigue and it’s a perfect choice to jump start your day.
- Prevent diseases: many dangerous illnesses such as cancer, dengue and malaria can be prevented by this powerful juice.
- Supports the liver: it is the basis for many chronic issues such as liver cancer, liver cirrhosis and jaundice, due to the extremely powerful cleansing effect of papaya leaf juice.
- Blood platelet production: it is very important to maintain a high number of blood platelets, especially if you suffer from dengue. This juice especially increases blood platelet production.
Preparation of Papaya Leaf Juice
Several ways are possible for the preparation of this magical juice:
- Consume the Leaf Extract
These leaves extracts are available as tincture, tea leaves and capsules. Papaya is mostly GMO in America so be sure to opt for organic, non-GMO extracts.
You can simply place the leaves in the juicer, squeeze it and store it in the fridge. In order to be more palatable, you can mix it with your regular juice.
Add a cup of drinking water and crush 10 leaves in a blender if you do not have a juicer.
Note: This juice is extremely potent and very bitter. Start with a tbsp per day and work up to a max of 2 tbsp per day.
3.Preapre a Tea Infusion
Boil 2 liters of water and then add 5 medium leaves. Let it boil until it is reduced to half the quantity. Let it cool down, remove the leaves and take it in small doses. In order to get all the beneficial effects, drink it fresh as possible despite it may be stored in the refrigerator for 5 days.
Mother Nature has given us all the leaves, herbs and nutrients for healthy and long life. Implement papaya leaf juice into your routine and enjoy a higher quality of life!
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