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Cabbage Juice

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 Juice - Home remedy for Obesity: Drink cabbage juice twice a day. Blend  two fresh cabbage leaves with one cup of water to obtain a juice. Drink twice daily for two weeks.

Cabbage Juice - Home remedy for Ulcers, Peptic:  Cabbage juice is known for its ulcer-healing abilities. Researchers have found that ulcer patients who drink 1 quart of raw cabbage juice a day often heal their ulcers in five days. Those who eat cabbage also have quicker healing times.

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