Cabbage juice contains glutamic acid that is highly beneficial for the health of your intestinal tract. Individuals suffering from stomach/peptic ulcers or inflammation has found cabbage juice cures peptic ulcers.
Some find relief within 2-3 days of daily drinking the juice, some are healed within two weeks from drinking this miracle juice. Some may take a little longer, but every one I know who had stomach ulcers were cured by drinking cabbage juice.
Many stomach ulcers are caused by long-term medication, and in some cases, bacteria or parasites. If you’re on medication, you may drink cabbage juice about 3 hours apart from your medication. Gradually work with your physician to wean off your medication.
Once stomach ulcer is healed, the cause of the ulcers will have to be removed to prevent recurrence. Also avoid these harmful foods for speedier healing.
Because it’s so effective for maintaining the stomach pH balance, cabbage juice is also beneficial for healing of IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) and gastritis. I have even found it to heal acid reflux and ulcers of the esophagus.
However, the taste of cabbage is rather unpalatable. A good combo to make this juice is by adding carrots, celery and broccoli which are all very mild and gentle on the injured stomach lining, also protecting against constipation and colon problems.
Cabbage Juice Cures Peptic Ulcers
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Ingredients (Always Use Organic!)
- 3 medium-sized carrots
- 1 small head of cabbage
- 3 ribs of celery
- 3 florets of broccoli (optional)
- 1-inch piece of ginger root
Cut the cabbage lengthwise to fit your juicer.
This recipe makes about 400 ml worth of healthy juice.
A masticating juicer is best for extracting green vegetables. It produces very dry pulp = high juice yield.
Juicer used to make this juice: Alpha Juicer (available in Malaysia).