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Magic Cabbage Wrap: Wrap Your Leg For Just 1 Hour to Relieve Joint and Muscle Pain

This natural healing method will help get rid of your joint pain.

Famous for its weight loss properties, cabbage actually has many other hidden benefits.

Cabbages are packed with beneficial nutrients and can help your body in many ways.

Rich in antioxidants, they are known to be great for helping with skin complains, when included in your diet they can help improve the health and appearance of your skin.

They are rich in vitamins, iron and potassium, all great for helping keep your body at optimum health and helping restore the body when it has been depleted from exercise or exertion.

This compress method works by applying the cabbage directly to the body, as it aids joints and can help reduce swelling and pain from injured parts of the body, with an added boost of vitamins as they get into the blood stream by being topically applied to the skin.

Cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage and sprouts have also been linked with the prevention and even treatment of some cancers.

There are different types of cabbage available and while the all taste different and have slightly differing health benefits, it is recommended to use red cabbage for the organic compress.

How to Make Your Own Cabbage Wrap

Ingredients

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

Instructions:

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 2-3 times daily.

The cabbage can be kept in the refrigerator to keep it extra cold, which gives an added level of soothing to the compress.

via itrustnaturalcures

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