After reading this, You will surely start putting cabbage leaves on your chest and legs!
Cabbage leaves are like a magnet for many diseases in our body. The cabbage is also very useful for the treatment of specific conditions such as thyroid gland issues, headaches and other.
As almost everything that we needed are already in nature, these natural remedies are still good and sometimes better that formulated ones. These natural medications mostly don’t have any bad side effects.
Among these common natural remedies we have is the cabbage. Cabbages are most commonly found in plates of salad. But, did you know that there are other uses of cabbage other than food consumption?
In addition to being a major ingredient for the preparation of different types of food, the cabbage is also very useful for the treatment of specific conditions such as:
Cabbage leaves are said to pull out the issues from our bodies just like a magnet. They can be used in:
Pain because of Breastfeeding
If women experience strong pain because of breastfeeding, putting cabbage leaves in the area will surely ease the pain. You can do this day and night.
Carefully rinse the leaves with cold water then cut the stem from the center of each leaf.
Try fitting then to your breasts but without covering your nipples.
Place the leaves inside your bra.
Let the leaves stay for about 20 min or until the leaves become warm. Repeat if desired.
Thyroid gland issues
The thyroid gland is really important in hormonal growth, metabolism, and the functioning of the organs in the digestive system.
In order to bring back the normal function of the thyroid gland, try putting cabbage leaves on the throat where the gland is located (outside).
Then, cover the leaves with a bandage. Sleep with it in the night then remove it in the morning.
If you have swellings in your arms or legs, try wrapping the area with fresh cabbage leaves. Dress it with bandage. For best results, it is recommendable to sleep with that compress.
Try placing fresh cabbage leaves in your temples and in the upper part of the head.
Then, wear some kind of a hat, cap, or anything that can hold it in place.
*** Remember to consult a doctor regarding health conditions.