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Natural Healing With Cabbage

Cabbage can be a tasty vegetable dish, but it can also be used in healing ways as well. Cabbage can be used to help heal wounds that have trouble healing all on their own. You can try this cabbage cold compress as a ways of treating those idle wounds.


Take a few cabbage leaves and lay them out on a flat surface. Take a rolling pin and roll over the cabbage leaves until they are completely flat and soft. Take the leaves of the cabbage and spread them out over the wounds that need healing. Take one gauze and place it on top of the cabbage leaves. After that, wrap the leave and the gauze up in a bandage and secure it. Keep the bandage on for about one night and then take it off in the morning. You should notice improvement in the wound already. If not, just repeat the entire process and cover the wound in bandages again.

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