Intestinal parasites are a problem and these are more common than people might think. Are notoriously difficult to diagnose because the symptom can result from an infection.
Continue reading so that you learn the ways to completely eliminate the parasites of your intestines and your digestive system simply by using the papaya seed.
Symptoms of intestinal parasites may include: excess gas, frequent diarrhea, bloating, irritable bowel syndrome, extreme fatigue, allergies and lack of energy.
The papaya seed is known to have the anti amoebic and vermifuge properties. This translates to: it eliminates the organisms and worms housed in the digestive organism.
A 2007 study conducted in Nigeria with children who had intestinal parasite problems. They showed a 70% decrease in less than a week after receiving the 20ml dose of papaya seed extract. Researchers say that papaya seed is very effective at treating human parasites and their side effects that are still relevant.
HOW TO CONSUME PAPAYA TO ELIMINATE INTESTINAL PARASITES
There are 3 main differences between how papaya seeds should be used for digestive health reasons and how to treat parasites.
1.Number of seeds used that will depend on the problem
2.Consume with the empty stomach after a large meal of proteins
3.keep with a laxative to throw as many parasites as possible.
Here we give you a recipe to liquefy the seeds and then consume and clean them of the parasites.
At this dose, the amount of papaya seeds should be high. For this reason it is strongly recommenced to have experience when consuming them.
LIQUEFIED PAPAYA SEEDS TO CLEANSE THE BODY OF INTESTINAL PARASITES
-1-large and fresh papaya between yellow or green
-1/4 cup raw and organic squash seed
-2 tablespoons coconut
-dissected 1 tablespoon virgin coconut oil
-1 peeled and whole coconut, keep coconut water
1.You should start with a tablespoon of papaya seeds
directly from the fruit and place them in a blender that is special to cut seeds
2.Add a third of small papaya to the blender
3.add a quarter of pineapple . Pineapples are rich in enzymes.