Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Cabbage


Cabbage, Brassica oleracea (cabbage, Kapus) 

Family:  Brassicaceae

Medicinal plant parts: Leaves


Description: A deeper description of cabbage was omitted due to its distinctive look headed probably known the vast majority of visitors. We can only mention that headed cabbage, along with kale, kohlrabi and cauliflower, cabbage originated from the wild.

Time to gather and sites: Green head cut in the fall, and are stored in a cool place or acidic (whole or grated). Cabbage can be found in almost every environment, planted in small or large areas.

Medicinal properties and applications: cabbage juice is known as a remedy for stomach ulcers. This property has been known since ancient times, and in recent times it has been proven scientifically.Additional option of using cabbage and outdoor use, although not as significant as the first mentioned action of this plant.

Cabbage can also be used in many dishes, such as cabbage, coleslaw, and many other dishes.

Active ingredients: minerals, many vitamins (including vitamin U), tannins and various organic acids.

Recipe: From fresh leaves of green cabbage head for the juice by squeezing or by using the juicer, juice concentrate produced by the characteristic odor and a sweet taste, which is very effective in the treatment of stomach problems. Treatment usually takes several weeks. 

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