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What Can Cabbage Leaves Heal?

Written By Admin on Wednesday, April 27, 2016 | 7:21:00 AM

Cabbage leaf coatings can come in handy when you try to treat some diseases such as bronchitis, gangrene, throat inflammation, headache, worms, rashes, purulent ulcers etc.




You can also use cabbage leaves in order to treat joint pains, inflammation of the tendons, varicose veins, migraines, burns, acne, swelling etc.
You should use big cabbage leaves if you are dealing with any of the above mentioned diseases and health conditions. Purple cabbage is the most efficient one, but you can use any kind of cabbage.
Make sure you wash and dry the leaves before you apply them onto the affected area. Fix them using a bandage or plaster and let them do their magic overnight, while you sleep. Make a new coating every day.
-- Wounds
When it comes to healing wounds, cabbage leaves are the right tool. Wash the leaves and straighten them using a bottle or a rolling pin before you cut them. Also, put them in the microwave for several seconds before you use them. Apply the leaf, but make sure it is big enough to cover the wound. Put on a new leaf every two hours. Later, you can change the cabbage leaf every four hours.
– Diarrhea and stomach ulcers
You can get rid of diarrhea or soothe inflammation of the intestines by consuming one or two cups of cabbage juice between meals. Cabbage juice is also a great remedy against stomach ulcers.
-Over grown nails and inflammation of the glands
Cabbage leaves can help if you are dealing with overgrown nails or inflammation of the glands.
Apply three cabbage leaves onto the affected are and let them act overnight. Repeat this procedure until you improve the health condition you are dealing with.
-Anemia
Cabbage contains an abundance of mineral salts, vitamins and chlorophyll. This is why people who suffer from anemia should consume raw or steam cooked cabbage. Anemic people should also drink two cups of cabbage juice, which you can easily prepare in a juicer.

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