The Best Natural Cabbage Cures

GERD
Posted by Hannah (Hephzibah , Ga) on 03/09/2011
5 out of 5 stars

My condition was Ulcerative Colitis and the medicines given had such serious side effects I could not take them... However started drinking cabbage juice approximately a 1/2 cup every 8 hours. Brought a Juicer from Sears (62.00) and about 1 head of cabbage and starting drinking.... My condition was to see a colon surgeon if meds don't work.... So I'm not taking any meds and my condition after 10 days of just drinking juice is awesome.... Currently no more systems of Colitis and I will maintain drinking cabbage juice as a maintenance drink... I suggest you try this, ! The time it takes to prepare is no more time then it takes waiting on your drug prescriptions at the drug store... Go for it... results will be great.
Go for it!


GERD
Posted by Sarah (Brussels, Belgium) on 05/20/2007
5 out of 5 stars

A couple of years ago I was diagnosed with GERD and I suffered from acid reflux and heartburn. The medication prescribed by the doctor rather worsened my situation and I suffered a number of side effects from it. I came across a site suggesting that drinking raw cabbage juice cures acid reflux and other problems related to the stomach, such as ulcer.I did further research to confirm this and decided to give it a try.

The general suggested daily dosage is about a quart [800ml] of raw cabbage juice to be taken about 4 times daily. I found that rather too much and I started with 400ml [100ml x 4].I noticed great improvement and after one week I reduced the dosage to 300ml [100ml x 3]. After about 3 weeks of the whole therapy, I decided to take only 200ml a day. Those with stomach ulcers or acute cases of acid reflux might need to take the full dosage.

I have stopped drinking cabbage juice since about 10 months now and I haven't had any serious reflux problems. For those who would like to try it, PLEASE NOTE that it is said to have strong impact on the thyroid glands [the more reason why I never consumed 800ml a day!]. Not to mention the stench - it is better stored in an air-tight water bottle and kept in the fridge. Good luck to all, and thanks for the great site.