These scientists are cancer research heroes:
Noriko Otsukia, Nam H. Dang, Emi Kumagaia, Akira Kondoc, Satoshi Iwataa, Chikao Morimoto.
They meticulously proved in the lab the effect of papaya leaf tea on various cancer cell lines. Details were published in the
Journal of Ethnopharmacology 127 (2010) 760–767
Aqueous extract of Carica papaya leaves exhibits anti-tumor activity and immunomodulatory effects
This study among others have shown that papaya leaf tea should be considered as a new herbal treatment for cancer.
Other studies have contributed to this conclusion, even absent large clinical trials; that the tea is non-toxic even in large doses*, and that papaya leaf tea has existed in ethno-medicine (traditional medicine) all over the world as a treatment for cancer, dengue fever, malaria, etc.
Large clinical trials have shown the effect of proteases on cancer. Papaya leaf tea contains two of the most powerful proteases found in the world; papain and chymopapain. Papain has shown to be most active between 150-160 degrees F, a perfect tea temperature.
The tea is commercially available for retail purchase at a reasonable price.
Now we need our cancer healing communities to spread this word.
This is the goal of the Julia Ruffin Project: To promote, research, and grow papaya leaf tea.
Julia Ruffin Project http://www.papayaleavesforcancer.com
*caution for taking this tea if you are allergic to latex