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Fruit Warehouse | Carica Papaya | Carica papaya was the first fruit tree to have its genome deciphered. Originally from southern Mexico (Chiapas and Veracruz particularly), Central America, and northern South America, the papaya is now cultivated in most tropical countries. In cultivation, it Grows rapidly, fruiting within 3 years. It is, however, highly frost sensitive, limiting papaya production to tropical lands Papaya fruit is a rich source of Nutrients Such as provitamin A carotenoids, vitamin C, B vitamins, dietary minerals and dietary fiber. Papaya skin, pulp and seeds also contain a variety of phytochemicals, Including polyphenols.


This article is about Carica papaya, the Widely cultivated papaya (or Papaw or pawpaw), a tropical fruit tree; "Papaya" redirects here. For the mountain papaya of South America, see Vasconcellea pubescens. For other uses of "papaya", see Papaya (disambiguation). The papaya (from Carib via Spanish), Papaw, or pawpaw is the fruit of the plant Carica papaya, the sole species in the genus Carica Caricaceae of the plant family. The lower trunk is conspicuously scarred where leaves and fruit were borne. The leaves are large, centimetres 50-70 (20-28 in) in diameter, Deeply palmately lobed with 7 lobes.


The RIPE fruit of the papaya is usually eaten raw, with or without skin or seeds. Green papaya is used in Southeast Asian cooking, both raw and cooked. In Indonesian cuisine, the unripe green fruits and young leaves are boiled for use as part of lalab salad, while the flower buds are stir fried and Sauteed with Chillies and green tomatoes as Minahasan papaya flower vegetable dish.


The smell of RIPE, fresh papaya flesh can strike some people as unpleasant. The black seeds of the papaya are edible and have a sharp, spicy taste. In some parts of Asia, the young leaves of the papaya are steamed and eaten like spinach. In some parts of the world, papaya leaves are made into tea as a treatment for malaria. Papaya is marketed in tablet form to remedy digestive problems.


Papaya ointment is commonly made from fermented papaya flesh, and is applied as a gel-like paste Papaya releases a latex fluid when not quite RIPE, the which can cause Irritation and allergic reaction in some Provoke people. The papaya fruit, seeds, latex, and leaves also contains carpaine, Anthelmintic an alkaloid (a drug That Removes parasitic worms from the body), the which can be dangerous in high doses. Papaya seed extracts in large doses have a contraceptive effect on rats and monkeys, but in small doses have no effect on the Unborn animals.

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