Papaya
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Papaya (Carica papaya)[1]

Composition

  • Polyphenols (Phenolic Compounds)
    • Caftaric acid

Healing Properties

Antitumor (Antitumoral)

Antiviral (anti-viral)

Antihypertensive

Antiinflammatory

Antioxidant

Anti-fertility

Digestive Health

Rich in fiber.

Heart Health (Cardiovascular Health)

Helps maintain the high-density cholesterol.

Liver Health

Hepatoprotective (antihepatotoxicity)

Prevents damage to the liver.

Wound Healing

Disease / Symptom Treatment

Abdominal Disorders

Allergies

Cancer

Colon Cancer

Dengue

Heart Disease

Heart Attack

Hypertension

Jaundice

Viral Disorders

Malaria

Sources:

  1. Title: Pharmacological Activities of Carica papaya Linn
    Author(s): S Shahid, U Fatima
    Institution(s): Department of Chemistry, School of Science, University of Management & Technology, Lahore 54770, Pakistan
    Publication: Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences
    Date: 2018
    Abstract: Carica papaya is a tropical fruit, present in orange red to yellow orange color. The whole plant including fruit, leaves, roots, peel, bark, seed and pulp served as medicine. It is rich in minerals, carotenoids, vitamins, alkaloids, enzymes, lycopene, and flavonoids that provide the papaya with special importance. It is used as a remedy for the treatment of many skin infections, anti fungal, anti viral infections. Its milky juice extracted and dried is used as medicine for digestive disorders and as toothpaste. Carica papaya helps in the treatment of different types of cancer, kidney infections, nervous disorders, etc. Now a days papaya is known as a nutraceutical fruit because of its multifaceted properties. The most enhanced properties of papaya are anti-fungal, anti-fertility, uretonic, anti-hypertensive, hypolipidemic, dengue fever, diuretic, anti-helmintic, wound healing, antibacterial and antitumor activities. This review summarizes the magical pharmacological benefits of Carica papaya.
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