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Cabbage and keloid scars

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The benefits of cabbage against keloids

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Keloids are abnormal scar lesions that form on the skin as a result of trauma, abrasions, injuries, burns, or piercings. What distinguishes them from classic hypertrophic scars is the extent and irreversibility of the lesion: keloids, in fact, grow excessively from the wound, even spreading to neighboring areas without spontaneously regressing. Although the keloid, by itself, is not a malignant lesion, many patients resort to specific intervention (eg laser, cryotherapy, cortisone injections) because the damage created is objectively unsightly. Considered, then, that they can also develop on the face, keloids are often a cause of embarrassment and discomfort for the unfortunate wearer.





If you have keloids, there are two ways you can get rid of them. Either you can reduce them with surgery, or you can opt for natural treatment. Conventional treatments like surgery have several drawbacks. They are ineffective, they are expensive, and keloid scars tend to recur even after surgery. Our natural treatment to remove keloids consists of 2 elements: an ointment and herbal tea. Anti keloid ointment is a gentle, yet very effective, natural remedy for keloid removal. It contains plants that help regenerate the skin, which is excellent for the natural treatment of keloids. As for the herbal tea, it helps strengthen the action of the ointment. It is a natural solution to get rid of keloids without surgery. 

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Diagnosing a keloid is fairly easy and involves a simple physical examination of the lesion by the doctor.
The macroscopic features of a keloid, detected by clinical diagnosis, are summarized in:

  • Dark red color initially of the lesion; subsequently, the color fades into pink or brownish
  • Absence of hair follicles
  • Non-absorbable scar lesion spontaneously
  • Obvious enlargement of the initial wound and extension to neighboring areas
  • Uneven texture and rubbery texture of the lesion

On histological examination, a cellular infiltrates and an exaggerated accumulation of extracellular matrix (mainly composed of type III collagen and hyaluronic acid) are observed in a keloid.
Sometimes the keloid causes itching, discomfort, or pain in the area where it occurs, which is accentuated by movement or pulling of the skin in the affected area. When a keloid starts near a joint, the patient may have reduced limb mobility.
A skin biopsy may be necessary in the presence of a suspected tumor lesion (for example, melanoma).



Cabbage leaf against scars

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Cabbage has long been known for its anti-inflammatory and healing properties. It is very rich in vitamin E, which allows it to have a great influence on skin regeneration. 

Cabbage is superior to lemon in the content of vitamin C, and in addition, there are vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, P, D, K, as well as vitamin U and other vitamins.

Cabbage contains carotene, enzymes, minerals - potassium, calcium, phosphorus, sulfur, trace elements - aluminum, zinc, iron, manganese. Cabbage leaves contain basic sugars - easily soluble glucose, fructose and sucrose, protein, fiber, fat, pantothenic acid, and folic acid.


The composition of cabbage for the face

  • Vitamin A - calms and moisturizes the skin, relieves inflammation, normalizes the secretion of sebaceous glands, smoothes wrinkles, contributes to the release of elastin and collagen, lightens age spots;
  • ascorbic acid - rejuvenates, accelerates cell regeneration;
  • Vitamin K - relieves inflammation and swelling;
  • Vitamin D - eliminates pigmentation, dark spots under the eyes, moisturizes the skin;
  • folic acid (vitamin B9) - reduces the number of acne on the skin of the face;
  • Vitamin U - has antiulcer activity;
  • choline - normalizes fat metabolism;
  • iron - normalizes cellular nutrition, provides oxygen supply to tissues;
  • potassium - moisturizes, gently cares for dry skin;
  • natural acids - stop the process of withering;
  • enzymes - cleanse the epidermis of dead particles.


Preparation for keloid scars

The shredded cabbage leaf perfectly helps in the resorption of infiltrates (joints, swelling of tissues at postoperative sutures). During exacerbations, painful sensations, cabbage compresses are changed every half hour.
For keloid scars, grind 2-3 cabbage leaves to form a porridge and mix with a tablespoon of honey. Make a compress from this mass and leave for 2 hours. Make such compresses twice a day until the scar disappears.
It is possible to complicate the recipe: the cabbage leaf that was cut before juicing should be greased with honey, add 5 drops of vodka and a small amount of Vishnevsky ointment.



Other uses of cabbage

In official medicine, white cabbage, or rather its juice, began to be actively used in the second half of the last century, when studies showed that fresh cabbage contains an anti-ulcer substance - vitamin U. Now it is produced synthetically, this drug is called methyl methionine sulfonium chloride. It is an activated form of methionine. It is available in pill form.

This drug stimulates the healing of damage to the mucous membrane of the gastrointestinal tract, and also reduces gastric secretion, has an analgesic effect. It is used for peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum, for chronic gastritis with normal, decreased and increased secretory function of the stomach, for gastralgia. It is taken orally, after eating, at 0.05-0.1 g for 30-40 days. Contraindications - hypersensitivity to the drug.



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