I have been reading throught this forum and i've found some really interesting things. One inparticular was papaya (Pawpaw) seeds and that they kill certain worms/parasites in your colon.
I did some research into this and it seems to say eat ground 'sun-dried papaya seeds'. Why do these have to be sun-dried? I've heard if you leave dried fruit in the sun it kills all the fungus/mold. Is this the reason why the seeds have to be sun-dried?
I live in the u.k and it's the middle of winter, believe me, there's not a chance of getting anything to sun-dry at the moment, I haven't seen a nice warm sun in a while.
Will just ordinary dried (room-temperature dried) ground papaya seeds do just as well?
Papayas are very good for you, as you all know they contain digestive enzymes and lots of vitamin C. But does anyone know what sort of nutrition is in papaya seeds? E.g If they are rich in any protiens, vitamins, minerals etc, or if they are semi-poisonous to the human body? Just interested, think i'll start making my own powder with water if it's supposed to be good for you.
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