Malaria Treatment

Papaya (Pawpaw) Seeds  

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Posted by Temi (Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria) on 06/15/2011
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In January 2010, I read about paw paw seeds as a cure for malaria on this site. From that time till now, over 1 year and six months, my family has been taking the seeds almost daily and we have not had malaria. Whereas, someone in the family usually had malaria at least once in two months before taking the paw paw seeds. Once when my daughter (then 8 years old) didn't take the seeds daily and exhibited symptoms of malaria, I gave her 4 seeds in the morning, afternoon and night and she was well. This is such a wonderful and natural treatment for malaria given to us by God for free. I say thank you to the person from Zambia who shared this. God bless you.

Posted by Jamie (Lusaka, Zambia) on 05/30/2009
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malaria prevention:

Hi, thanks for an interesting web site - I have just contracted shingles and hope your acv and cayenne will help me.

I live in a malaria area and after years of taking chloroquin and paludrin to prevent malaria, I developed an allergy to chloroquin in 1993. from 1993 to 1997 I got malaria 2- 3 times a year, each time suffering more. In 1997 i read an article in a local weekly by a Mr David Simpson (i think) who said he had been taking pawpaw pips as an anti-malarial for 20 years and had not had malaria since, despite being in a bad malaria area of Zambia. I have taken half a dozen pawpaw pips a day since then and have not had malaria again. I think you call pawpaw papaya. I rinse the seeds and freeze them for daily use and also have a tub of sun dried seeds for if i go away on trips.

EC: How interesting, thank you!