Saturday, September 10, 2011

Malaria Opponent with Papaya

Malaria is a disease caused by a parasite called Plasmodium. The disease is transmitted through the bite of an infected mosquito parasite. Inside the human body, the Plasmodium parasite will multiply in the liver and then infect red blood cells. Patients infected by malaria will show early symptoms of influenza-like illness, but if left untreated they can lead to complications that lead to death. Malaria can be cured with herbal medicine that is with papaya.
Malaria Opponent with Papaya


Papaya with its scientific name Carica papaya L. is a plant that grows in the lowlands to a height of 1000 meters above sea level, thrives in soil rich in organic material, and did not like the place flooded. His figure is unbranched and trunked round. The trunk is also hollow, not woody, there is a knob used leaf stalks that fall. The leaves are collected at the end of the rod. The fruit is round to elongate. The seeds are black and covered with a thin layer. 


This herbal papaya contains: 
Leaves: the enzyme papain, Karpaina alkaloids, pseudo Karpaina, glikosid, karposid, and saponins. 
Fruit: beta karotene, pectin, d-galactose, I-arabinose, papain, papain papayotimin, vitokinose 
Seeds: cacirin glucoside, karpain 
Sap: papain, kemokapain, lysozyme, lipase, glutamine, siklotransferase 


In addition to malaria, papaya can also cure indigestion, ulcers, canker sores, and stimulate appetite. 


Efficacy papaya for the treatment of:
Malaria and fever: 
Pick the young leaves of papaya and mashed up into half a glass, add ¾ cup water and a pinch of salt. Squeeze the mixture and strain. The liquid is drunk 3 times a day with the same dose. Perform 5 consecutive days. 


Gastrointestinal upset, heartburn, ulcers, and increase appetite:
Ripe papaya fruit is consumed in fresh condition or as a dessert. 

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