Ground papaya seeds from wild collection
Papaya seed powder, finely ground papaya seeds.
Papaya pepper, seeds of the Pawpaw apaya (Carica papaya), extracted from ripe fruits and sun-dried.
Please consume only raw, when cooking the active ingredients disappear.
Papaya seeds are natural intestinal cleansers and fat burners, they have a pungent taste reminiscent of nasturtium, so they are popular for seasoning salads.
The seeds make a fresh breath, so chew them especially after eating garlic!
Take 1-2 g of papaya seed powder several times a day with liquid, preferably after each meal. Drink plenty of fresh spring water, preferably from a bottle.
The extraction of the seeds is quite complex. They are spooned out of the fruit by hand, freed from the adhering fruit residues, carefully cleaned and then gently dried.
Papaya seeds are the dried dark brown, almost black seeds of the papaya fruit from South America. Papaya seeds, which were already used by the Incas for seasoning, are hardly ever offered on the spice shelves. Since the aroma dissipates quickly, sprinkle the powder on the finished dish just before eating. Papaya seeds have a mild peppery aroma that lingers. They are an interesting alternative to pepper.
The peppery seeds from the enzyme-rich yellow fruits of the papaya contain a special and unique network of active ingredients. Essential vital and dietary fibers and protein- and fat-splitting enzymes support the body in quickly finding a healthy balance. This is because the organism is deacidified, fat burning is stimulated, digestion is optimized and the intestinal environment is cared for. Even the breath becomes clear and fresh. Beauty from the inside. A noticeable feeling of well-being throughout the body.
Papaya seeds are natural intestinal cleaners and fat burners, they have a peppery taste reminiscent of nasturtium, so they are often used to season salads.
The small globules are an indication of the high nutrient content of this tropical power fruit. Revered by primitive peoples for its powers since time immemorial, Westerners are now also on to the health value of papaya.
Papaya seeds contain valuable protein- and fat-splitting enzymes, as well as vital and dietary fibers, e.g. mustard oils in high concentration.
Ingredients in 100 g
Proteins: 26,5 g
Calories: 460,2 Kcal
Fat 25,4 g
Carbohydrates: 31.4 g
Minerals: 8,7 g
Water: 8,0 g
Cholesterol (mg) 0Mustard oil
Take 1-2 g of papaya seed powder several times a day with plenty of liquid, preferably after each meal. Drink plenty of fresh spring water (you can find out how to get this from normal tap water here).
If you soften the papaya kernel powder slowly in your mouth after eating and chew it, a pleasant, slightly peppery taste will develop, this will freshen your breath and eliminate bad breath - so it is especially recommended after meals containing garlic...
Papaya seed powder can also be used as a spice instead of pepper. Simply sprinkle the papaya seed powder over the ready cooked food….