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The terms Paw Paw and Papaya are used interchangeably; when we speak about the Pawpaw or Papaya that we use for medicinal purposes, we are referring to Carica Papaya not the Paw Paw tree (Asimina) which is native to North America
Pawpaw or Papaya tea is used in a range of situations, including immune support with similar actions to that of graviola.
Part Used: Leaf and Stem.
Directions: Infuse one teaspoon of tea in boiling water for 5-10 mins, strain and pour. Add sweetner as needed. Sit back and enjoy!
Papaya contains Papain which is an enzyme similar to Pepsin which is produced by the stomach. Mixing goats milk and Papaya blended together is a very close resemblance to human breast milk. Papaya has one of the highest enzyme contents of any herb worldwide.
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