Heal Stomach Ulcers Naturally

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Cabbage Juice

There is an interesting study that dates back to 1949 that showed that of the 62 patients in this study that had ulcers, the average time for ulcers to heal was 37 days. Patients that were given “standard therapy” (antacids) healed their ulcers in 42 days. There were a few patients who healed within 10.4 days, but one group of patients was given cabbage juice. Their ulcers healed within 7.3 days.

This study, which was entitled “Rapid Healing of Peptic Ulcers in Patients Receiving Fresh Cabbage Juice,” was outright ignored by medical experts. However, this same study was repeated in 1952 and again in 1956, with the exact same results: the rapid healing of ulcers using cabbage juice.


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Cabbage juice contains a substance called S-methyl methionine, sometimes called vitamin U. The original study used one quart of fresh, raw cabbage juice that was to be consumed throughout the day. Subjects had ulcers healed in 7.3 days but if you try this method, you should most likely consume cabbage juice for between 10 to 14 days to be certain that the ulcer does not reappear. Read also about potatoes juice for stomach problems.

Isn’t it interesting how this information has been available for more than 6 decades and it is still being completely ignored?

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