Recently, we saw on the channel a paste made of red cabbage and ginger which can help with skin healing, not to mention the benefits for your body.
But today you will learn about the benefits of a powerful homemade ointment made of garlic and cabbage.
Do you know this recipe? And, did you know that cabbage leaves have many medicinal properties?
That’s what doctor Blanc, from the University of Paris, found out. He used to cover boils with cabbage leaves and realized that, in a short time, the abscesses would start to expel all the internal pus.
Besides that, he also noticed that prolonging the treatment by putting the cabbage leaf for a few more hours or days, depending on the situation, would reduce the swelling, help the skin color go back to normal, and stop the pain. With that, the wounds healed faster.
After this and other findings, he wrote a book about his studies with cabbage.
The cabbage leaf is anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, healing, analgesic, and alkalinizing. It is rich in vitamin C, vitamin A, B-complex vitamins, and also has minerals such as calcium, iron, and potassium.
All of that makes cabbage great to treat abscesses, hemorrhoids, gout, erysipelas, and wounds.
Garlic has antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties, helping strengthen the immune system and fight germs and infections.
See how to make a garlic and cabbage ointment.
This ointment can be used as a natural healing, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, bactericidal and antifungal.
So, did you already know the benefits of cabbage leaves?
Have you ever made or heard about this natural ointment?
Do it and share your opinions with us.
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