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Papaya Vitamin

Other Names: Papaya, Paw Paw Fruit, Melon Tree, Fan Mu Gua, Carica Papaya
Traditional Usages: Tuberculosis, Peeling Skin, Liver Diseases, Acid Reflux, Acne, Wounds that refuse to Heal, Fruit has a Contrceptive Effect - India and Sri Lanka, Dengue Fever, Constipation, Eczema, Obesity, Diet, Menstrual Disorders, Removes Spots and Aging Lines
Resources: US, Central America, Mexico, India, Sri lanka, Asia, China
Parts Used: Juice of the unripe fruit, Seeds, Leaves
Health Warning: Avoid during Pregnancy.


Papaya Vitamins for Abdominal Pain : Stomach pain caused by Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) can disappear by taking papaya tablets: One tablet of 20 milligrams should be taken once daily. Papaya tablets are made with the papaya fruit.
Health Warning: Papaya is contraindicated in patients with known hypersensitivity to any of its components (eg, papain). If you are currently taking medication do not take this supplements without your doctor's approval.

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