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Papain
Definition

What does Papain do for the body

Papain is a digestive enzyme extracted from the Papaya fruit. It is essential for breaking down tough Protein fibers during digestion. The Antioxidant property of Papain helps to protect the body cells from Oxidative stress. It detoxifies the stomach and the whole body. Papain helps to maintain the pH level of the Body and Skin.

Benefits of Papain

The Antiseptic property of Papain helps to speed up the healing process of the Wounds. Papain reduces the Inflammation of the Skin and treats Ulcers and Insect Bites. It protects from Fungal Infection and cures Skin Rash. It increases the Immune System and provides energy to the body.

Functions of Papain

Papain decreases the pain and inflammation of the Joints and prevents Arthritis. It reduces the redness and swelling of the Prostate. The Antioxidant property of Papain reduces Sagging of the Skin and Fine Lines. It exfoliates the dead skin cells and supports the regeneration of new cells. Papain treats Bloating and Flatulence.

Effects of Papain deficiency in the body

Indigestion

Effects of excess Papain in the body

Throat Infection
Skin Irritation
Kidney Stone
 
Repertory

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