Posted by: nmartinez1938 | October 9, 2013

For ITP Drink Papaya Leaf Tea

I repeat myself, the papayaleaves.wordpress.com blog is an excellent resource for those who seek in-depth factual information on the value of health benefits, including preventative measures and cures associated with the papaya tree, fruit and leaves inclusive.

As I approach this years closing months, I am contemplating taking a break from frequent postings to begin to move towards an attempt to inspire citizens to become proactive advocates to stop such a fragile insect in its ever expanding menace to adults, children, and infants. We can do this if you will become an advocate and believer of the simplist of cures.

Most important, in all of this, please post your comments; “Do you have access to camote (sweet potato) leaves and papaya leaves”?

Please answer this question and we will proceed from there.

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Truth is a gem you have to search out, deeply and far beyond readily available institutions that assail your ears, eyes, thoughts, feelings, and emotions.

Disclaimer: As a Great-grandfather family webmaster, what I share should never be accepted as being medical advice, merely a sharing of easily researchable links for the purpose of educational sharing in the public interest.

You should research for yourself and make your best intelligent decisions— even before or after consulting with medical professionals who have earned your trust. /Nicasio Martinez

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“ITP, Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura is a bleeding disorder in which the immune system destroys platelets, which are necessary for normal blood clotting. Persons with the disease have too few platelets in the blood.

ITP is sometimes called immune thrombocytopenic purpura.”
-from MedlinePlus

The International Council on Infectious Diseases published a trial on Dengue patients (a similar platelet disorder) and tested with 5ml of papaya leaf extract per day on the subjects.

http://www.xcdsystem.com/icid2012/58.016.html

This amount of 5ml (less than a tablespoon) did not seem to have a significant effect on patients in this study. Ironically, the ethno medicine practiced around the world requires significantly more papaya leaf tea or extract per day and multiple times per day.

The study below finds papaya leaf effective against low platelet counts:

“Dengue virus, the main cause of dengue fever induces bone marrow suppression. Since bone marrow is the manufacturing center of blood cells, its…

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  1. That is the question I was just asking myself. They are not in supermarkets, definitely. We regularly buy camote itself, so I need to make a reminder to myself to ask the veggies guy if we can have camote leaves as well. If or when we have them, what do we do with them? Do we dry them? This humidity makes it really difficult to dry something. It would be perfect to be able to just buy CT in paper bags.

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    • You can grow camote leaves by planting sweet potatoes. They can be grown from the shoots that grow out of a sweet potato semi-emerged in water. Someone you know may know how to do this. Let’s establish email contact…. nicasio.martinez1938@yahoo.com

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      • Turns out we have a papaya tree right in front of our kitchen))) But the leaves don’t seem juicy at all. It would be great if you could post a detailed recipe on how to make it. I doubt we can squeeze any juice from it. We might try using a blender or something.
        I am sending you an email now from mrphilgru account! Thank you!

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  2. Listen, if I were to hand this ‘camote-papaya against dengue’ information over to local doctors, what would be the best links to use? They are Spanish speaking, though. I will appreciate any advice.

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  3. You can brew the fresh leaves to your taste and strength. My wife puts in five leaves into the pot she picks from the garden.

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