The Best Natural Cabbage Cures

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Posted by Papia (India) on 01/03/2007
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Raw Cabbage salad has cured my dry, flaky skin and fatigue : ). I started having raw cabbage salad every morning after exercise for the last few weeks and I wasnt feeling tired the whole day and to top that my skin started glowing & feeling smooth .... !! I sure do love cabbage and now its like a ritual for me to have a bowl of raw cabbage salad every morn`!


Posted by Carol (Southern NJ) on 10/29/2006
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I eat about 1 cup of raw Savoy Cabbage a day with a meal. It relieved my roller coaster episodes of diahrrea in one day...and constipation for the next week. Also it helped with PMS. I can think more clearly, I have a higher energy level, my mood is improved, and I feel really healthy.


Posted by Carol (South Holland, IL) on 10/25/2006
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Eating Raw Cabbage for stomach pain. Also used the cabbage leaves to relieve the pain in my breast after my baby was born, and to dry up the flow of milk. It stopped the stomach pain from fibroid tumors. I believe it will completely heal my stomach if I continue to eat both the red and green cabbage raw. The Lord told me to do this to relieve the pain and it worked! I never knew about the extensive healing properties found in the cabbage before.


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Posted by Traveler (Dallas Tx) on 02/06/2014

Here is my current favorite cabbage salad recipe--

Dice up, grate, or use a mandolin to cut up the following:

  • 1/2 head red cabbage
  • 1/2 head green cabbage
  • 1 fuji apple
  • 1/2 red onion (I actually use 1/4 since I'm not a fan of onion)
  • 1/2 cup walnuts
  • 1/2 cup golden raisins
  • Put that all in a bowl, and then in a smaller bowl whisk the following dressing to put over it:
  • 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
  • 1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper (I put this amount and then add extra cayenne to each plate I serve myself)
  • 1/3 cup greek yogurt (full fat or non fat is fine.)
  • 2 teaspoons agave nectar OR honey (I use honey)
  • 1 teaspoon fennel seeds (I used poppy seeds)
  • 1/2 teaspoon sea salt.

Mix that all up and you should be able to eat off of it for a few meals depending on how man you're serving. It lasted about a day between my partner and I, but I'll admit I ate it for three different meals as well as a few other things because it tastes so good :)

Replied by Wendy
Columbus, Oh
02/07/2014
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Yummy is right! Looks really good! Will be trying this recipe for sure!


Posted by Kelly (Cinti, Ohio) on 03/18/2011
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This is not a raw recipe as the soup is cooked but, it is very good for you and will help greatly as part of the 7-day cabbage soup diet ( a temporary jump start to good eating) good soup for weight loss and blood sugar control is the cabbage soup diet soup. Another EC contributor suggested to break up the manotony was to put the soup in a blender while warm enough to eat. What a difference! It was yum-yum. I had to make some personal revisions, but I'll explain:

1 head of cabbage I bunch of celery

3 large fresh tomatoes/10-15oz. can tomatoes

1 bunch green onions 1 large onion

1 bell pepper 1 pkg. dried french onion soup

approx. 6 cups water 1 or 2 cloves of garlic

there are other variations but this is closest to the original. My recipe differs in that: 1) as it cooks I sub can chicken or beef broth and add water instead of the onion soup packet 2) I delete the tomato as the tomato /cabbage combo gives me heartburn. 3) I take 1 tbsp olive oil and sautee the garlic and onion first. 4) right before the blender I add my spices sage, parsley, blackpepper.

***** warning--if you have gallbladder issues delete the cabbage, I did not know cabbage can bring on a gallbladder attack**** (gallbladderattack.com)

using the blender method gives it a completely different taste and it brought my bs down from 180 to 100.

God Bless! Kelly


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Posted by Renata (Cape Town, South Africa) on 03/11/2009
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Raw cabbage was an extremely powerful remedy in curing me of two infected Violin Spider bites on my legs (one on the thigh, one on the knee). Just grating a small portion of raw cabbage onto a bandage and leaving it overnight helped to draw out the poisin and heal the infection where other herbal remedies had failed, and my only recommended recourse otherwise would have been antibiotics, which I was loathe to take.


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Posted by Treef (Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England) on 05/08/2009
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Hi. About forty years ago I badly sprained my left knee when the heel of my shoe broke. Since that time it occasionally becomes extremely painful, with a large swelling on the inside of the knee (I mean the side towards the other leg). A few years ago, however, I read about using cabbage leaves to treat joint pain and so thought I would give it a go. Hey presto! It worked. This is the treatment: Take some large dark green cabbage leaves and cut out the hard stalks. Next, in their raw state, crush them using a rolling pin until the juice starts to run a little. Then wrap them around the knee--right around and overlapping--and then apply a crepe support bandage to hold them firmly in place. This is best done just before bedtime. Go to bed, get a good night's sleep with your cosy knee held firmly in place, and wake up smelling like a compost heap. Unwrap the bandage, discarding the leaves, and test the leg gently. It works for me and also for a student I once had on a dance/drama course. He was about 16 and practically crippled with the pain from a knee that the doctors could do nothing about. He tried this remedy--and yes, it worked for him too! Excellent website--thank you.


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Posted by Dora (Houston, Texas, USA) on 07/16/2013
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Recently found out that Cabbage is super good to cure stomach problems, such as acid reflux and gastritis. The cabbage must be prepared in a juice extractor, and drank as soon as made, the secret is that must be fresh. You can take about half of 1 small cup of it every day for 1 week, if your stomach problems are severe. Otherwise, only once a week.


Posted by Donald (Red Bank, NJ) on 07/19/2005
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I used raw cabbage juice to cure my stomach problems many years, and now and then should i ever have stomach problems of any kind, i have some cabbage juice, that takes care of the problem.


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Posted by Marco (Fort Worth, TX) on 01/08/2009
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Cabbage Juice is a great remedy for stomach ulcers. Most people see improvement about 5 days after starting to drink the juice. I used it for an ulcer that had been bothering me for months and I felt significantly better and pain free after only the first day of my supplementation. It's pretty simple.

Just buy cabbage from any store, most are average size and vary little from one to another. I usually slice off about half an inch off any side of the cabbage and put it into a blender. I add about 1 cup of distilled water and blend for a full minute. I let it set for about 5 minutes and then drink it down, pulp and all.

The taste is very plain. The only thing that will bother most people at first is the smell. But its very easy to drink - not bitter or foul tasting. You'll only taste it if you convince yourself it tastes like it smells, which I did at first. You generally do 3 cups a day, spaced out, until you ulcer is healed, which is usually 4-10 days for most people. If you're not seeing a doctor, its best to continue a couple of weeks as the cabbage juice relieves the pain of an ulcer, which may deceive some people into thinking it has actually healed in full. Changing your diet to avoid foods that irritate your ulcer (fats for most people are the irritants) is also crucial to healing.

Cabbage may also work for other digestive ailments. A cup of blended cabbage juice contains millions of friendly bacteria. There is actually significant scientific evidence out there that supports cabbage juices beneficial properties for ulcers and the digestive system in general. It's a very cost effective treatment and is definitely preferable to harmful antacids.