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Cabbage Leaf

Cabbage or Headed Cabbage (Brassica Oleracea) is a leafy, multi-layered, green, purple and white vegetable that decended from wild cabbage and is closely related to Broccoli, Cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts, Kale, Seakale and Savoy Cabbage.
Traditional Usages: Food, Deficiency of Vitamin C, Constipation, Stomach Ulcers, Headaches, Obesity, Skin disorders, Eczema, Jaundice, Rheumatism, Gout, Eye Disorders, Heart Diseases, Aging and Alzheimer's Disease
Parts Used: Whole Plant


Cabbage Leaf – Home remedy for Breast Pain: Cabbage leaf compress and ice packs can help relieve the pain.

Cabbage Leaf - Home remedy for Mastitis: Frozen, raw cabbage leaves can help reduce pain and inflammation. They can draw out the heat and infection. Place the leaves directly on the affected area. The cabbage leaves should be replaced when they reach room temperature.

Cabbage Leaf  - Home remedy for Migraine: Crush one cabbage leaf. Put in a big piece of cloth and apply cloth on the forehead, secure the cloth by tying it at the back. Leave for an hour.

Cabbage Leaf - Home remedy for Shingles: Cabbage leaf poultices help absorb toxins and speed healing.

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