So, just take a look at the article below and find out how to make this powerful juice! But first, I would like to say a few words about the dengue fever!
Dengue Fever – Facts You Must Know:
Dengue fever is a painful, debilitating mosquito-borne disease caused by any one of four closely related dengue viruses. These viruses are related to the viruses that cause West Nile infection and yellow fever. You’ll be shocked when we tell you that more than 390 million dengue infections occur worldwide each year, with about 96 million resulting in illness. Most cases occur in tropical areas of the world,
But, as we said, you shouldn’t be worried, because in this article we’re going to show you how to use the papaya leaves to treat and cure this condition – in just few days!
Papaya – Health Benefits:
First, you should know that this super healthy fruit is rich in vitamins and minerals! The papaya leaves have powerful antimicrobial properties, and can also enhance the immune system by improving the platelet function.
The dengue-fighting property of Papaya leaf was only discovered recently. Chymopapin and Papin are found to be the main enzymes in papaya leaf that help revive platelet count. Papain has the ability to dissolve proteins and to help inflammation, while Chymopapain is useful in spinal treatment. Many people in Malaysia take papaya leaf juice to increase their platelet count when they suffer from dengue fever. Some doctors also believe that papaya leaf juice can as well avoid the need for platelet transfusion in cases of severe dengue. Other experts also say that the papaya leaf extract had significant growth inhibitory activity on tumor cell lines in humans, and also increased the platelet count in animal tests.
Note: you should also know that the papaya leaf juice has to be made from fresh leaves, by deveining the leaves and making the green, pulpy part into a paste with the help of a mixer. Doctors recommend 4-5 teaspoons (20-25 ml) of this papaya leaf juice, twice a day, for at least a week to fight Dengue effectively. Since this paste is very bitter, you can mix it with fruit juice if required.
How to Prepare Papaya Leaf Juice at Home
Note: it’s extremely important for you to remember that the papaya leaves have to be raw, which means no boiling or cooking. Both methods are extremely effective, but, as we said, the leaves must be fresh, and you shouldn’t make a tea out of them.
- Papaya leaf juice – for this method, you should extract the juice out of the papaya leaves by crushing. Here’s what you need to do – first, you should remove the stems and other fibrous parts from the papaya leaves. Then, you should crush the other part, the green one. Note: well, you can use a cloth filter or any other type of device to squeeze the juice out. And, don’t forget – the papaya leaves have to be fresh. If you don’t use raw fresh papaya leaves, you won’t get the desired results. You need about two leaves for each treatment. Take two tablespoons of this papaya leaf juice – every six hours, three times a day and you will feel much better.
- Papaya leaf paste– well, you can use a food processor or a grinder to turn the leaves into a paste. Note: this paste is very bitter! So, the experts highly recommend that you should mix it with some fresh juice. Take four teaspoons twice a day. After just after 3 days, you will be amazed by the results.