Friday, March 26, 2010

Cabbage Juice Properties

Cabbage Juice Properties
This juice has wonderful cleansing and reducing properties. Sometimes it has a tendency to cause some distress because of gas forming in the intestines after drinking it.

Such gas is the result of waste putrefactive matter present in the intestines being broken up by the cabbage juice, which causes a chemical reaction to set in and form some gas.

This is a natural condition – sulfuretted hydrogen, a foul smelling gas, being the outcome of the cleansing elements in the juice acting on the dissolving the waste matter.

Enemas and colonic irrigations help to resolve both this excessive gas and the waste matter causing it.

The most valuable properties in cabbage are the high sulphur and chlorine content and the relatively large percentage of iodine.

The combination of the sulphur and chlorine causes a cleansing of the mucous membrane of the stomach and intestinal tract, but this only applies when cabbage juice is taken in its raw state without the addition of salt.

When excessive gas or other distress is experienced after drinking raw cabbage juice, either straight or in combination with other raw vegetable juices, it may be an indication of an abnormal condition within the intestinal tract.

In such case it has been found advisable, before much of this juice is used, to cleanse the intestine thoroughly by drinking carrot or carrot and spinach, juice daily for two or three weeks and taking enemas.

It was found that once the intestines were able to assimilate cabbage juice it was invaluable as a cleanser, particularly in the case of excessive adipose weight.
Cabbage Juice Properties
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