“Diabetics Have Three Good Reasons To Try Papaya Leaf…”


“Diabetics have 3 good reasons to try papaya leaf extracts:

Enhances insulin sensitivity:
Poor insulin sensitivity is the cause for type-2 diabetes, which causes inefficient glucose uptake by the cells. Several animal studies and some human studies have shown that papaya leaf extracts were able to demonstrate glucose lowering effect. A study on Mauritian population showed that papaya leaf extract supplementation decreased the enzyme levels of ALT and AST (bio-markers of type 2 diabetes) among diabetic patients and improved insulin sensitivity.

Decreases diabetes complications:
The mix of antioxidants in papaya leaf extracts are helpful in decreasing the secondary complications of diabetes such as fatty liver, kidney damage and oxidative stress. A growing number of well-researched studies have demonstrated the same.

Accelerates wound healing:
The process of wound healing is delayed or hindered in a diabetic patient and can cause other complications. Many studies have confirmed that consuming papaya leaves enhanced the process of wound healing – due to its anti-bacterial and remarkable antioxidant action.”

Papaya leaves balance blood sugar and boost immunity

Fri. Oct. 18, 2013 by Michelle Marks, staff writer

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Somanah J et.al; Effects of a short term supplementation of a fermented papaya preparation on biomarkers of diabetes mellitus in a randomized Mauritian population. Preventive Medicine (2012)


What We Call PAPAYA Leaves For Cancer!

The Julia Ruffin Project grows, researches, and promotes papaya leaf tea.

This is what we call “Papaya” around the world:

BURMESE: Thimbaw.
CZECH: Papaja.
ESTONIAN : Harilik papaia, Papaia.
FIJIAN: Oleti.
FRENCH: Papaye, Papayer.
GERMAN: Melonenbaum, Papayabaum.
GUJARATI: Papaiya, Papayi.
HAWAIIAN: He’i, Mikana, Milikana.
HINDI: Papeeta, Papiitaa.
ITALIAN: Papaia.
JAPANESE: Motukuwa, Papaia, Popoo.
KHMER: Ihong, Doeum lahong.
KOREAN: Pa pa ya.
MALAY: Betek, Betik, Gedang, Kates, Ketalah. Papaya.
MALAYALAM: Karamooza, Omakai, Omakaya.
MARATHI: Papai, Papaya, Popai.
PALAUAN: Babai, Bobai.
POLISH: Melonowiec właściwy, Papaja.
PORTUGUESE: Ababaia, Mamao, Papaia, Fruto de Mamoeiro, Papaeira.
PUNJABI: Katcha pepita.
RUSSIAN: Papaia.
SPANISH: Fruta bomba, Lechosa, Melon de arbol, Melon zapote, Papayero, Papayo, Papaya.
THAI: Loko, Malako, Malakor, Ma kuai thet, Sa kui se.
TONGAN: Lesi, Lesi fefine
URDU: Papiitaa, Pappeeta.