Any disease which is caused by worms is called a verminosis. These sicknesses affect the whole world, but they’re more common in areas with basic sanitation problems or in people with poor hygiene.
Verminosis is normally transmitted through contaminated food or water, or through direct contact with the soil where the worms live.
It’s not easy to diagnose this condition, because its symptoms could indicate other health problems:
Nausea and vomiting;
Lack of appetite.
In today’s video, we will show you how to get rid of worms and parasites in a completely natural way, using papaya seeds. Papaya seeds are a great weapon against verminosis. A 2007 study performed in Nigeria showed their effectiveness. They are rich in papain, an enzyme that can protect our body from parasites. They strengthen the gastrointestinal tract and promote a parasite free environment.
Another important substance is carpaine, an enzyme that aids in the digestion of certain foods and can help kill worms and amoebas. Papaya seeds help detoxify and cleanse your liver.
In order to use papaya seeds as a natural remedy, it’s important to eat them regularly and on an empty stomach. They’re a lot like a natural laxative.
Here’s a recipe that makes it easier to add papaya seeds to your diet:
1 big slice of papaya;
1 tbsp of papaya seeds;
1 tbsp of extra virgin coconut oil;
1 cup of coconut water or filtered water.
Put all of the ingredients in a blender and mix well.
Drink it immediately.
Do this once a day on an empty stomach for 30 days.
The greatest advantage of a treatment like this is that is doesn’t affect your intestinal flora.
This remedy is not recommended for pregnant women.
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