Benefits of Cabbage Leaves
As a member of the family of cruciferous veggies, cabbage has numerous benefits for our health. Cabbage is an amazing vegetable and it is a great source of vitamin B6, K and C.
Cabbage also contains dietary fiber, folate, potassium, copper, manganese and vitamin B1. This leafy vegetable is also rich in Vitamin B2, iron, calcium, magnesium, choline, pantothenic acid, niacin, phosphorus and protein.
Benefits of Cabbage
Cabbage is used in the alternative medicine for treatment of numerous health issues, including selling, sprains, ulcers and strains. Cabbage has anti- inflammatory properties, and the cabbage leaves are also used for treating sport injuries like joint pain an arthritis.
We must know that these treatments are not scientifically proven, but people still use cabbage leaves as a natural and cheap remedy for treatments. People who suffer from arthritis can cut down the drugs and they can use cabbage leaves, because they are natural way to relieve pain.
Today we will present you some ways how to use the cabbage leaves.Cabbage leaves can be used to treat soothing Gout. People who suffer from gout clam that the cabbage leaves really help them to alleviate the pain caused by the condition.
They say all you have to do is to take some cabbage leaves and place them into a plastic bag. You need to store them in the freezer.
When the pain will start, take the bag of frozen cabbage leaves and put them on the affected area. Wrap your feet with towel and keep them until they unfreeze. If the cabbage leaves don’t help at least the frozen will relieve the inflammation.
Cabbage leaves can be used to treat swollen feet. In the refrigerator you need to cool down green or white cabbage leaves. Wrap the leaves around the swollen feet and raise your feet for a ½ hour.
Cabbage has amazing water absorption properties. This means that the cabbage leaves will absorb the excess fluid in your feet. Warning: Some people may show allergic reaction to cabbage leaves.
If you notice some swelling or itching on the area where the leaves are, immediately remove them. If the irritation is present after a while or becomes worse, consult with your doctor.