Benefits of Cabbage Leaves on the Knee for Osteoarthritis

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Unbelievably, a randomized controlled trial of cabbage leaf wraps for arthritis was published.

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Knees aren’t the only cabbage leaf shaped body parts for which cabbage has been tested. I’m also doing a video about the use of cabbage leaves for mastitis—stay tuned!

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• Apple Peels Put to the Test for Chronic Joint Pain (
• Ginger for Osteoarthritis (

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