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Kitchen Medicine



Cabbage (Brassica oleracea capita)


The humble cabbage is one of magical healing plant, which, has high vitamin C content has saved numerous lives back in the days of long sea journeys.
Sauerkraut and cabbage are also great detoxifying inner cleansing agents.
Fresh cabbage juice, (5x a day for 2 weeks) is a wonderful remedy for stomach ulcers.
Bruised or cut up cabbage leaves applied as a plaster draws pus and infection from rashes, sores and boils.
Hot cabbage leaves applied to muscle aches, neuralgia, and rheumatism soothes the pain.
Cabbage leaves applied to the chest as a pulmonary plaster is beneficial for bronchial infections.


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