A Look at Our Papaya Leaf Extracts & Why They’re So Good For You!

A Look at Our Papaya Leaf Extracts & Why They’re So Good For You!

by Herbal Goodness December 10, 2016 0 Comments

A Guide to Papaya Leaf Extracts and What You Need to Know About Them 

Our Papaya Leaf Extracts were some of our first products at Herbal Papaya and continue to be our best selling products.

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The Best Fun Papaya-Themed Products to Indulge in Today!

The Best Fun Papaya-Themed Products to Indulge in Today!

by Herbal Goodness August 01, 2016 0 Comments

What better way to brighten up your week than by looking at all the fun papaya products that are out there?

With all of the heavy topics that are constantly in the news, especially with the current divisive election season in the US, I think it's fair to want to lighten the mood every now and then. What better way to do that than with papaya?

 

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Swish Your Papaya!

Swish Your Papaya!

by Herbal Goodness March 21, 2014 0 Comments

Now is the time to start swishing your papaya... But what does it mean?

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What are the edible parts of the papaya?

What are the edible parts of the papaya?

by Herbal Goodness January 13, 2014 0 Comments

Many people come to wonder what the health benefits of papaya are.

First, let me tell you that most everything on the papaya plant is EDIBLE. The fruit, leaves, flowers, stems, roots, and seeds.

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Traditional and Historical Uses of Papaya Seed

Traditional and Historical Uses of Papaya Seed

by Herbal Goodness January 01, 2014 0 Comments

Papaya was first described by the Spanish writer Oviedo in 1526 from the Caribbean coast of Panama and Colombia. Soon after it was grown throughout the tropics, its distribution being aided by the abundance of its seeds.

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History of Carica Papaya

History of Carica Papaya

by Herbal Goodness February 19, 2012 0 Comments

The papaya, Carica papaya L., is a member of the small family Caricaceae allied to the Passifloraceae. As a dual- or multi-purpose, early-bearing, space-conserving, herbaceous crop, it is widely acclaimed, despite its susceptibility to natural enemies.

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