Cabbage Juice Benefits

This article outlines and analyses the main benefits of juicing cabbage. 

What you probably heard about with the benefits of cabbage juice would likely be concentrated on how this vegetable can treat existing cases of ulcers and prevent their re-occurrence by strengthening the stomach’s inner layer to make it highly resistant to ulcers.

Fortunately for you and me, cabbage juice has more benefits than that. Take a look at what this amazing cruciferous vegetable can do.

5 Cabbage Juice Benefits

Although there are others, these are the 5 primary cabbage juice benefits that we found by juicing this particular vegetable:

1) Highly Anti-Carciogenic

The juice from raw cabbage, particularly the green variety, contains chemical compounds called isocyanates that can accelerate the metabolism process of the estrogen in the body to prevent stomach, breast, colon, lung, and prostate cancers from developing.

Additionally, isocyanates can also speed up a cancer patient’s healing process.

2) Treatment for Colitis

Cabbage juice is used to treat colitis, a medical condition that involves the inflammation of the colon’s inner lining.

Cabbage juice cleanses the colon, also known as the large intestine, with its essential minerals, chlorine and sulfur; you may experience releasing a foul gaseous odor after you drink cabbage juice but that only means it has begun working for your benefit.

3) “Opening Up” Your Blood Vessels

The potassium in cabbage juice can help protect you from acquiring an elevation of your blood pressure, a situation which significantly increases your risk of a stroke and/or a heart attack.

This is because the mineral potassium is considered to be a vasodilator, meaning it can “open up” your blood vessels to ease blood flow through them without having to constrict your veins and arteries.

4) Weight Loss Aid

If you want to lose unwanted poundage the healthy way, drink cabbage juice frequently. Not only does cabbage juice fill you up for longer, it can provide you with large amounts of dietary fiber that will add bulk to you bowels and make it easier for you to pass stool.

The best part is that cabbage juice (the red variety) has only 48 calories per eight ounce serving.

Boosts Brain Health

Cabbage juice has vitamin K that can give your concentration and mental function the strong boost they need to maintain your brain’s health. While vitamin K isn’t as popular as its other vitamin siblings, you should know that this vitamin is essential to produce sphingolipid, that myelin sheath which surrounds each of your nerves.

This sort of “wrap” protects your nerves against neural degeneration, dementia, and Alzheimer’s.

Regardless of whether your cabbage is of the red, green or Savoy variety, the juice it yields will be low in calorie, nutrient-packed, and an excellent source of antioxidants that play a key role in your skin’s health from its toning to its response to the natural, or premature aging process, whichever the case may be.

These antioxidants can help combat formation of wrinkles, skin discoloration, and other skin conditions caused by:

  • Stress
  • Heredity
  • Environmental pollution
  • Medications
  • Diet
  • Existing medical conditions

Cabbage Juice for Ulcers – Does it Work?

Up until now we’ve mentioned and explained 5 primary benefits of cabbage juice, however we haven’t touched on the question as to whether cabbage juice works for ulcers. 

According to, a serving of cabbage juice taken four times daily can heal stomach ulcers in a matter of only ten days.

In the 1950s, Garnett Cheney, M.D., of Stanford University’s School of Medicine, was able to prove that a quart serving of fresh cabbage juice can not only help relieve pain but can heal gastric and duodenal ulcers faster and better.

“Does cabbage juice for ulcers really work? Yes, it does as proven by numerous studies, research, and tests.”

Are you still unconvinced that cabbage juice is an effective treatment for ulcers? Does cabbage juice for ulcers really work? Yes, it does as proven by numerous studies, research, and tests.

I also used cabbage juice to get rid of one of my ulcers once, so yes it does work.

Given that, start drinking cabbage juice every day to reap the health benefits and nutritional value it can provide you. Just some words of caution, though, on how to maximize the preparation and consumption of cabbage juice:

  • If you suffer from either gastritis or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), take cabbage juice on a regular basis to maintain your stomach’s pH balance.
  • Use the masticating type of juicer to extract the juice out of most of your cabbage. This juicer type will give you a high yield and produce extremely dry pulp.
  • Do not take cabbage juice if you are on anticoagulant medication like warfarin.
  • If your thyroid hormone levels are low, drinking cabbage juice will cause an interference with the ability of your thyroid gland to produce thyroid hormone.
  • Pregnant women should drink cabbage juice primarily because of its folate content. (Folate can help protect an unborn baby from birth defects.)
  • Include the different kinds of cabbage when juicing to obtain the broadest health benefits.

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David Borgogni

I'm as passionate about fitness and health as I am about juicing. I discovered that by juicing, helped me lose many unwanted pounds around my body, gave me much more physical energy and mental clarity to enjoy everyday life.