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Wrap Your Leg With Cabbage For 1 Hour And Say Goodbye To Your Joint Pain

Cabbage is a versatile and incredibly healthy vegetable, a member of the Brassica family. It can have an oval or a round shape, with soft, light green and white leaves.

It offers numerous health benefits, and since it is full of antioxidants, it is excellent for the skin.

Moreover, it is a rich source of vitamins, iron, and potassium, so it is a common part of the Western and Eastern cuisines. It detoxifies the blood and the liver, treats arthritis, and eliminates blemishes.

Its consumption rejuvenates the skin, and its application heals skin irritations, treats pimples, wounds, acne, bites, eczema, rashes, psoriasis, and leg ulcers, and soothes the redness.

The regular consumption of cruciferous veggies, including cabbage, rejuvenates the skin, due to the high amounts of vitamin C, and slows down the aging process.

Also, they are high in vitamins D and A which support skin health and protect against the ultraviolet rays and the destruction of skin cells.

Cabbage can be of several types:

  1. Green Cabbage

This is the most common types, full of nutrients and vitamins, and added to salads, various meals, and side dishes.

  1. Red Cabbage

The red or purple cabbage, is much denser than it, with a more peppery flavor. Yet, it is also high in nutrients than the green one.

  1. Savoy Cabbage

This cabbage has darker and bigger leaves and is a mostly pale or light green. Its leaves are suitable for wrapping different fillings.

  1. Bok Choy or Wombok

Bok Choy or the Chinese cabbage is a bit paler green, with an oval shape and leaves with white veins.

Cabbages are an excellent remedy for joint pain, so here is how to prepare a cabbage compress:


  • Cabbage (preferably organic red)
  • Aluminum foil
  • A bandage or gauze


Take out the outer leaf of the cabbage, wash it well, leave it to dry, and remove the hard stem. Roll a rolling pin over the leaf to release its juice.  Then, wrap it in a foil, put it in the oven for several minutes to warm it up, and then apply it on the affected area. Secure it with a bandage or gauze. After an hour, remove it. Repeat this procedure 2-3times daily.

If you prefer cold compresses, keep the cabbage leaves in the refrigerator, and apply them cold on the painful areas.


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