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Papaya Tea

Since humans first began cultivating it thousands of years ago, papaya fruit has become synonymous with tropical deliciousness. Few people know, however, that the leaves of this tree are also valuable in their own right, with numerous applications. It is served as a leafy green vegetable in some countries, added to salads or steamed, similar to spinach. The leaves are also used as a natural meat tenderiser, wrapped around tough meat to let it tenderise overnight. The tradition of papaya leaf teas and infusions goes back several centuries, and is now being noticed worldwide in the herbal drinks community. The infusion is smooth, with a subtle, slightly bitter flavour. It can be pleasantly accompanied by a bit of honey, which complements the natural flavour and makes it a very enjoyable cup of herbal drink.

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Made in the US from non-GMO papaya, this tea helps support blood platelet function, and is loaded with antioxidants to maintain healthy immunity, support digestion, and boost energy and vitality. Every batch of ingredients used in this product is tested for heavy metals and microbes by an independent lab. Where and how your products are manufactured is important.

NATURALLY BOOSTS BLOOD PLATELETS - Papaya leaf tea also contains the enzyme Fibrin which acts naturally to provide blood platelet support by helping to improve white blood cell function. Compared to Papaya enzymes chewables our papaya leaf tea is all-natural with complete phytonutrients that work synergistically and not just papain chemical made synthetically in a lab.

Herbal Goodness Papaya leaf products are all natural and organic, made from real, sustainably grown organic papaya leaves. Containing zero additives and sweeteners, products containing our papaya leaf either in extracts, teas or bulk herbs tend to be BITTER to taste. The use of safe and healthy sweetening alternatives is advised.

Savour the perfect cup of tea anytime, anywhere with our Green Tea & Papaya 20 Enveloped Tea Bags. This blend of sub-tropical Asian and Australian estate teas, infused with papaya leaf, offers a slightly sweeter taste than traditional green tea. Enjoy the refreshing flavour and numerous health benefits of this delicate tea, whether you prefer it hot or cold.

*In an effort to continue to improve the products to our customers,we are pleased to announce a packaging change of papaya powder.Although the packaging may appear different,the ingredients remains the same.

Wow! This tea is absolutely lovely to look at with its vibrant purple hue, and the scent of this blend is so amazing I commented on it right away. But, lest we forget, it's all about taste and this fruit tisane wins there too. The tartness of hibiscus hits the palate right away and the papaya, orange, and mixed berries add an explosion of fruity flavor. You will discover something new with each sip. It is delicious hot, incredibly refreshing iced, and blissful with a touch of milk.

The papaya extract did not have any toxic effects on normal cells, avoiding a common and devastating consequence of many cancer therapy regimens. The success of the papaya extract in acting on cancer without toxicity is consistent with reports from indigenous populations in Australia and his native Vietnam, said Dang, a professor of medicine and medical director of the UF Shands Cancer Center Clinical Trials Office.

To identify the mechanism by which papaya checked the growth of the cultures, the team focused on a cell line for T lymphoma. Their results suggested that at least one of the mechanisms employed by the papaya extract is inducing cell death.

In a similar analysis, the team also looked at the effect of papaya extract on the production of antitumor molecules known as cytokines. Papaya was shown to promote the production of Th1-type cytokines, important in the regulation of the immune system. For that reason, the study findings raise the possibility of future use of papaya extract components in immune-related conditions such as inflammation, autoimmune disease and some cancers.

Dang and a colleague have applied to patent the process to distill the papaya extract through the University of Tokyo; the next step in the research is to identify the specific compounds in the papaya extract active against the cancer cell lines. For this stage, Dang has partnered with Hendrik Luesch, a fellow UF Shands Cancer Center member and a professor of medicinal chemistry. Luesch is an expert in the identification and synthesis of natural products for medicinal purposes, and recently discovered a coral reef compound that inhibits cancer cell growth in cell lines.

A favorite of ours for many years, Immortal's Blend blends sweet dried apple, tart hibiscus and exotic papaya and blood orange. The end result is crave-able, both hot and iced. No caffeine.Ingredients:Dried apple, organic hibiscus, papaya, organic rose hips and natural flavor

Juneau Sparkling Peach & Papaya Iced Tea - yet another of our curious Meltwater Series beverages named after Canadian glaciers. This collab with the Monarch Tea Co. is made with their flagship traditional brown tea called "Stay Young, Go Dancing", as well as peach, papaya and just a touch of ginger for an iced tea as complex as it is refreshing.

Peace Out Papaya is a fruity, tropical escape that is made of gunpowder green tea with pieces of sweet mango and papaya. One sip leaves you in a state of euphoria ;) This tea also makes an amazing iced tea.

Papaya bubble tea powder used to make Papaya boba smoothies and Papaya milk tea. Did you know that papayas also go by the funny names papaw and pawpaw? Betcha didn't know that! Funny names aside, this flavor tastes excellent! Why head over to the Caribbean or South America when you can have your daily dose of papaya shakes and smoothies from anywhere you may be? When we started developing this flavor, we thought of ways to bring in the butter-y sweetness unique to this fruit. Did we succeed? You be the judge. Flavored powders used to make milk teas, slushes and smoothies. 041b061a72


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