Health: Papaya for Uric Acid Gout Problem Remedy


Papaya-Tea-for-Treating-Uric-Acid-and-Gout-Problems  An Interesting Uric Acid Gout Problem Remedy using Papaya fruit forwarded by a friend..

Just try it if you’ve got uric acid after all no harm done.This is a really effective, just mix green papaya cubes to the ordinary green tea, my cousin-brother tried and found it very effective.

I have also shared with a friend with gout to try this (his “toe joints” started to deform), after a week of drinking this formula there is significant improvement, and after two weeks the toe joints heal and revert to normal state.

It is almost three years now, the joint pain is gone, but he maintains the intake between 1-3 times monthly to avoid relapse. Other friends suffering from years of gout problem have also recovered. It is good for all, even those without gout. Good formula! Do share with the people in need!

An improved sequence by Professor Lai from the China School of Pharmacy :

Cut green papaya into small cubes, place into the water, bring to boil, then add tea leaves, similar to the tea-making process.

Clinical tests show that this brings better effects for treatment of gout, subject to frequent drinking of this formula.

Mr. Liu Qing, Chief of the Rende Town in Tainan, was suffering for years from severe stomach pain around the posterior wall of stomach. He used green papaya as a tea pot to prepare the family tea daily, after a month, his chronic disease condition was much improved.

His family members with high uric acid were also healed by the same papaya tea.
For this Mr. Liu planted a lot of papaya to share with relatives and friends with similar sickness.

According to Mr. Liu, in selecting the green papaya as tea pot, pick those the shape of which is fat and short, with larger capacity. Cut off the top part of the papaya, clear away the seeds, open a small hole at the upper side wall to facilitate pouring of tea.

Create a small ventilation hole at top cover, put in the tea leaves, pour in boiling water, place the top cover back onto the papaya, you may also use the toothpicks to secure the top cover. Similar to normal process of preparing tea.

Liu like to use Oolong tea as the taste is good. He was pleasantly surprised that the stomach pains he suffered for many years was healed after a month of drinking tea from the green papaya pot, without taking any other medication. He passed some green papaya leaves to a friend who worked at a Medical Center to test and analyse the content. The tests confirmed that the healthy enzyme present in papaya is beneficial to human health.

Now as papaya in Mr. Liu’s orchard is yielding suitable size fruits, he would share the fruits with family and friends. Xu Fuchang, an experienced papaya farmer, said green papaya means to unripe papaya, where the skin is still green in color.

Generally, the papaya takes about four months to fully mature and ripen, but the healing effect would be lost after it is fully ripe. Green papaya should be harvested when the papaya is approximately three months old, when the fruit is still firm, and the “papaya milk” contains high papaya enzyme and other healthy ingredients.

Not only the green papaya can be used in tea drinking, you may also cut them into cubes, and boil with the ribs, or even slicing the green papaya into fine long pieces and fried with garlic, very tasty, and no adverse effects on the human body.


Another Gout Remedy using Riped Papaya

Gout is a medical condition related to arthritis, and is caused by too much uric acid in the blood. This excess acid forms into crystals, causing redness, swelling and pain in the joints. Avoiding red meat, shellfish, alcohol and other foods high in purine can lessen gout symptoms. One natural gout cure is to eat fresh papaya. Papaya contains papain, which is a natural anti-inflammatory. Over-the-counter papaya gout remedies are also available, but fresh papaya is not only more potent, but also versatile and sweet.

Step 1
Choose papayas that are red-orange in color, and slightly soft without being mushy. A papaya with yellow patches is not quite ripe, and will need to sit at room temperature for a few days. Avoid papayas that have black spots or are too squishy when you hold them.

Step 2
Slice your papaya in half lengthwise. Scoop out and discard the seeds. Cut one half of the papaya into bite-sized chunks and sprinkle them on your breakfast cereal to start your day off with a healthy serving of papain.

Step 3
Cut your papaya in half lengthwise. Scoop out the seeds and discard them. Sprinkle your papaya with fresh lime juice, and eat it right out of the skin with a spoon for a healthy, gout-fighting, midday snack.

Step 4
Add pureed papaya to sauces, soups and stews for a sweet burst of flavor. Peel the papaya, remove the seeds, and add small chunks to a blender or food processor. Add cream, water or vegetable broth as your recipe requires, if it needs thinning.

Step 5
Make a healthy, gout-fighting shake by tossing papaya chunks, banana pieces, milk and ice in the blender and blending until smooth. Bananas are loaded with potassium, which helps liquefy uric acid crystals.

Things You’ll Need
– Ripe papayas
– Sharp knife
– Fresh lime juice
– Spoon
– Blender or food processor
– Cream, vegetable broth or water (optional)
– Bananas
– Ice

Tips : Always wash papayas thoroughly before eating or serving them.

How to Eat Papaya Seeds without Side Effects

When first eating papaya seeds start off slowly. While they are safe to eat in small doses, they are quite powerful and too much at once can cause digestive upsets.

Here’s a good starting dosage guide for papaya seeds to follow:

The first time you eat papaya seeds try just 2 seeds taken with a protein based meal.
If these are well-tolerated, then add another 2 seeds each time until you reach about a quarter of a teaspoon.
After at least 3 days of taking a quarter of teaspoon without side effects you can move up to half a teaspoon of papaya seeds.
After another 3 days you can choose to move up to a full teaspoon of fresh seeds, though this may be too much for some sensitive people, or just stay on half a teaspoon which is likely to provide similar health benefits.
If at any point you experience side effects from eating papaya seeds then take a day off from them and start again at half the dose that gave you problems before.
Once you’ve reached a good tolerance with papaya seeds it’s better to determine your dosage based on how much protein is in the meal you’re having.

A smaller protein meal won’t need as many seeds, however if eating a big steak or burger most people would definitely benefit from a full teaspoon of their proteolytic enzymes to improve digestion.

Papaya for Uric Acid and Gout Problems

Green Papaya is a good source of vitamins A, C, E and K. It is also a good source of dietary fiber, folate and potassium, and is rich in an enzyme called Papain that breaks down tissues effectively. Papain helps in breaking down complex proteins and helps the body maintain an alkaline state, thereby preventing the uric acid to build up. Traditionally, papaya is mixed with tough meat like mutton and beef to make it tender, soft and easy to digest. The Papain in Papaya has an anti-inflammatory virtue which greatly reduces the inflammation associated with gout and other diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis and also asthma. Moreover, papaya intake will help our body assimilate the maximum nutritional benefit from the food we eat.

Therefore, as mentioned in the message, Papaya can be used in many ways to treat uric acid and gout related problems. And yes, it can also be taken as a preparation with Green tea – this will also give your body the necessary anti-oxidants to fight those health conditions.

However, it is also important to remember that having too much of green papaya can be corrosive to your body. Also, when you want to take it with Green tea, it is advisable to consult your physician first, especially when you are on medication for gout or uric acid problems.

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