Papaya Milk

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When people say papaya, they are almost always referring to a fruit, but papaya milk is also a powerful agent for human health. Papaya milk is taken from the trunk or the green fruit of the papaya tree, and can be applied to a bandage for the treatment of bed sores. The strong active ingredients in papaya milk, such as papain, can help to heal the skin and also eliminate dead or dry skin from the affected areas. This papaya milk can be applied 2-3 times per day for the best results, and should clear up symptoms of bed sores within a week or two.

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