1. 1990 videos with Dr. Carl Campbell ECHO Tropical Fruits Video Series - Introduction To Tropical Fruit (Part 1 of 6) ECHO Tropical Fruits Video Series -Grafting Tropical Fruit Trees & Avocados (Part 2 of 6) ECHO Tropical Fruits Video Series - (Part 3 of 6) Guava, Pineapple, Macadamia,Mamey...
  2. 01/01/2002 ECHO does NOT recommend that anyone stop taking their antimalarial medicine in order to try this treatment. The only evidence for the effectiveness of papaya leaf tea in the prevention of malaria is anecdotal. No studies have been done to scientifically demonstrate its effectiveness. Does papaya...
  3. 01/01/1988 34 pages, illustrated
  4. Growables Origin Though the exact area of origin is unknown, the papaya is believed native to tropical America, perhaps in southern Mexico and neighboring Central America. It is recorded that seeds were taken to Panama and then the Dominican Republic before 1525 and cultivation spread to warm...
  5. 14/11/2018 Despite the incredible diversity of useful plants that exist, a small handful of crops feed the majority of the world and millions of people still suffer from malnutrition and poverty. This talk will discuss some often overlooked crops that have the potential to alleviate suffering through...
  6. 20/01/2016 Need an effective, low cost antiparasitic remedy? Or prefer natural remedies, if they really work? You want papaya seeds (Carica papaya). A placebo, controlled study in Nigeria1 found them to be as effective as pharmaceuticals without any serious side effects. The parasite clearance rates after a...
  7. 01/01/2014 Que feriez-vous si une catastrophe frappait la communauté dans laquelle vous travaillez? Quelles mesures pouvez-vous prendre si une telle situation se produit? Et quelles mesures peut-on prendre à l’avance pour réduire au minimum les dommages causés par un événement catastrophique majeur comme le...
  8. 19/03/1999 Papaya seeds are part of traditional Ethiopian medicine for stomach worms.
  9. 19/10/1999 Women who are or might be pregnant should probably not use the seed for medicinal purposes.”
  10. 01/10/2002 The questions we asked in EDN 69 were: Do you drink the tea yourself or know people who do? How do you make the tea? How often do you drink it? Do you know of people who drink the tea regularly and still get malaria?