How To Drink Papaya Leaf Juice To Detoxify Liver, Reverse Fatty Liver and Stop Liver Cancer
This entry was posted on March 27, 2017.
Medical science has progressed by leaps and bounds and now we have cures for most of the ailments that exist. But sometimes its better to go natural, and thus a lot of people still stick to natural treatments, and for that reason there are a number of fruit juices that help in that regard. Papaya leaves are one such natural remedy for a variety of ailments, such as dengue fever, malaria and typhoid fevers. And the best part is that these leaves are also very useful in the treatment of cancer, as they contain phytonutrients which are very active antioxidants that can fight free radicals (meaning cancer cells) and also improve your blood flow; they also help in relieving the harsh effects of chemotherapy. There are also components that help with digestion issues. They also helps to detoxify the liver, reverse fatty liver and in treatment of liver cancer. Of course that sounds great, now here’s how you consume the papaya leaf juice.
Start by getting some papaya leaves. Ask some stores where you can get fruits, their supplier directly or someone who has got this fruit growing for themselves; wherever you get them from, they will be given to you on broken branches probably. So take them off those branches.
Separate the leaves from the branches and then wash them to get rid of dust, and other pollutants.
Put the clean leaves in a juicer or a blender, and work its magic. Add some water in it to maintain its liquid state. Then pour the mixture into a glass jar and refrigerate it, that’s your papaya leaf juice. Consume it within 4 to 5 days. Alternatively you may combine it with regular fruit juice.
An alternate recipe is to blend some leaves with a cup of water, then pour out the mixture on a cheesecloth and tighten this in order to extract the juice. Consume half of this juice daily, specially in the morning before breakfast and on an empty stomach.
Papaya Leaves Tea:
Another great way to consume Papaya leaves is in tea form. Here’s how you make it.
- Put about 10 papaya leaves of a medium-size in a pot containing 2 litres of clean water.
- Place this pot on a stove and boil the leaves until you have about 1 litre of water left in the pot.
- Take the pot down from the stove and strain the water, leave it to cool a bit at room temperature and then add pure natural honey to taste if you like.
- You can consume this tea fresh every morning.
The papaya leaves have a bitter taste, so you may not prefer them to have them in a juice form. In that case, you may get the extracts in capsules, tea leaves and tinctures. But the most benefit is gained from consumption in juice form. Alternatively you can combine the papaya juice with other juices, making a power house of juices that will hit your system like a bolt of lightning.