I’ve had stomach issues for quite some time now and knew they needed to be addressed.
I discovered cabbage juice is highly effective for suppressing ulcers, gastritis, and H Pylori. If you are experiencing similar problems, you should give it a try too.
It may not look like much but cabbage is a powerhouse of vitamins, minerals, and anti-inflammatory properties.
Cabbage doesn’t have a strong flavor so it’s easy to mix with almost any other food.
Cabbage juice has a long history of helping digestive issues, particularly ulcers and inflammation.
It is loaded with vitamin K, vitamin C, folate, manganese, vitamin b6, and calcium.
Did I mention that it’s one of the cheapest vegetables you can buy?
If you have digestive issues, cabbage juice is an inexpensive way to reduce gastric issues.
Cabbage Juice for Ulcers and Gastritis
I’ve had stomach issues for a while now and I’ve been putting things off thinking it would fix itself. Well, it didn’t.
My symptoms were the following:
- Stomach pain (morning was the worst)
- Burning stomach
- Weakness in the morning
- Nausea when I tried to eat
- No appetite
Classic gastritis and ulcer symptoms which I knew I needed to address.
I decided I would cut out the harmful foods that could be irritating my stomach and start eating Autoimmune Paleo, which cuts out anything that would cause inflammation.
Each morning instead of having coffee, I started juicing some fresh cabbage with a juicer.
The quality of the juicer is important so you don’t waste as much vegetable.
After downing my cup of fresh cabbage juice, I just waited for the magic to happen…and it did.
Within 2 days my stomach stopped burning and the morning pain was gone. My appetite is slowly coming back and I ate a whole plate of salad for lunch.
This study shows how quickly cabbage juice can repair stomach ulcers and gastritis, patients drank cabbage juice daily, and most had full healing within 10 days compared to the typical 42-64 days on antibiotics and pump inhibitors.
I’m a full believer in the power of cabbage juice.
To be honest I didn’t mind the taste at all and found with just a sprinkle of Himalayan salt it was quite good. I do enjoy cabbage in general though.
Benefits of Cabbage
Cabbage contains polyphenols which are strong antioxidants that help remove free radicals from the body.
Lowering free radicals helps to reduce diseases such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
Cabbage also contains silicon and sulfur which help to get nutrients to the cells and remove waste.
It has the benefit of clearing skin conditions and acne.
Cabbage has a long history of healing properties and now I know why.
How to make cabbage juice for ulcers (You will need a juicer)
You can still get huge benefits of cabbage by eating it but I wanted just the juice for my stomach while it healed.
We used the Breville Juicer and it is a powerhouse to get all the juice out of the cabbage.
My kids love throwing apples in the juicer after I use it for cabbage.
I find this juicer really easy to pop apart and clean. I can get it cleaned in less than 30 seconds after I make my juice.
I’ve had other juicers in the past that took forever to clean and it was a deal-breaker for me.
If you have used cabbage juice for ulcers and gastritis with success, comment below and let us know.
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