Dehydrated papaya is useful to facilitate the digestion of food. In a way that helps digest proteins, fats and starches.
It fights constipation since it acts as a mild laxative.
- It speeds up external and internal scarring (for example, gastric ulcers)
- The papaya facilitates tanning because it contains a large amount of Retinin (facilitates the action of Melanin)
- Eliminates intestinal parasites. It also helps to eliminate Amoebas that are responsible for many chronic diarrheas since their fresh seeds are very rich in a nutrient called Carpasemina.
- Strengthens immunity thanks to its high content of Vitamin C.
- Papaya facilitates digestion and calms pain and inflammation of the stomach because it contains an enzyme called Papain. Papain is an enzyme similar to human pepsin that unfolds proteins and promotes the digestive process. That's why people feel that it helps them digest their meats and heavy meals. So you have to take papaya whenever our digestion needs gastroduodenal and pancreatic secretions (typical very slow digestions)
-The papain also has pain-relieving or analgesic properties.
-Very useful in case of gastroenteritis, colitis and irritable bowel due to its softening and antiseptic effect on the intestines.
-The papaya is a great friend of our skin as it helps us to clean ourselves inside. The juice can remove stains from the skin and improve eczema.
-The papaya is the ideal fruit if we want to do a little diet since it is low in calories and rich in nutrients.
- Alkalizing effect of the organism (ideal for people with acidosis)