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:

ASSAMESE: Omita.
BENGALI: Pepe.
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.
LAOTIAN: Houng.
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.
SAMOAN: Esi.
SPANISH: Fruta bomba, Lechosa, Melon de arbol, Melon zapote, Papayero, Papayo, Papaya.
SWAHILI: Papai.
THAI: Loko, Malako, Malakor, Ma kuai thet, Sa kui se.
TONGAN: Lesi, Lesi fefine
URDU: Papiitaa, Pappeeta.
VIETNAMESE: Du du.

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