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Where to buy cabbage juice in Toronto

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Where to buy cabbage juice in Toronto

Does anyone know where I can buy cabbage juice in Toronto??

I got a bad ulcer and I cant find that stuff anywhere Disappointed Face
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You said you got anulcer. Can I assume you took gastroscopy already?

What did your doctor say? Did he or she prescribe you any anti acid scrips (such as proton-pump inhibitors)?

My doctor never suggested that I drink cabbage juice but I would just use a blender if I were you.

Hope you feel better.
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https://www.amazon.ca/AllJeup-Natural-P ... B07CJYT7NG

it should be way cheaper to blend it yourself

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For a minute there read the title on the thread absolutely wrong lol Thought OP was asking where to buy "Garbage" juice.
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Thanks for all the responses guys.
I couldnt find it anywhere so I wound up running cabbage through my blender with some water, and it works really well.
Even after just one smoothie it has made some of the pain go away.
They say it takes about a week or so before its 100% healed.

Cheers!

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WOW, I cant believe how well this worked!! My ulcer was gone after just 4 days.
I highly recommend you guys try cabbage juice if you ever have an ulcer.
Save yourself a trip to the doctor and having to buy expensive medicine.
One roll of cabbage cost me just $12
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Thanks. Never heard of the benefits of cabbage juice. Interesting. Good to hear that it helped.
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I wouldn't be surprised if cabbage is one of those miracle foods. Seriously, it comes from a family of vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower that are high in some pretty healthy nutrients.

I have a mediocre juicer right now but am really looking to find something with less to no plastic on the inside with a more powerful motor for a reasonable price. I think juicing has to be one of the healthiest ways to live your life.,
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choclover wrote: I wouldn't be surprised if cabbage is one of those miracle foods. Seriously, it comes from a family of vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower that are high in some pretty healthy nutrients.

I have a mediocre juicer right now but am really looking to find something with less to no plastic on the inside with a more powerful motor for a reasonable price. I think juicing has to be one of the healthiest ways to live your life
If you want the health benefits of fruits and vegetables but without the hassle of having to juice everyday, try these 2 products:

https://www.progressivenutritional.com/ ... phytoberry

https://thegoodinside.com/shop/product/ ... een-juice/

The amount if ingredients they pack in that stuff is insane
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Glad it’s working for you but cabbage juice sounds nasty. Why not just eat dishes with cabbage?
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choclover wrote: I wouldn't be surprised if cabbage is one of those miracle foods. Seriously, it comes from a family of vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower that are high in some pretty healthy nutrients.

I have a mediocre juicer right now but am really looking to find something with less to no plastic on the inside with a more powerful motor for a reasonable price. I think juicing has to be one of the healthiest ways to live your life.,
Think about looking on Kijiji for a used juicing machine.
Apparently many people try juicing and give up after a short while as there are many almost new high end machines available.
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profile wrote: Think about looking on Kijiji for a used juicing machine.
Apparently many people try juicing and give up after a short while as there are many almost new high end machines available.
Masticating can be a lot of work, lots of waste and lots of money. After a few months, it got too much for me.
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coriolis wrote: Masticating can be a lot of work, lots of waste and lots of money. After a few months, it got too much for me.
I currently have a centrifugal (?) juicer and it seems to work pretty good but it doesn't do leafy greens all that well. I juice mainly carrots but will add in celery and/or apples from time to time. I am looking at one of the higher wattage Breville juicers but maybe I will try looking at Kijiji as @profile had a good suggestion.
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DHWestview wrote: If you want the health benefits of fruits and vegetables but without the hassle of having to juice everyday, try these 2 products:

https://www.progressivenutritional.com/ ... phytoberry

https://thegoodinside.com/shop/product/ ... een-juice/

The amount if ingredients they pack in that stuff is insane
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Personally I think buying real food and doing the work yourself is better than this processed and somehow dehydrated dried stuff. Added to that, it's probably hella expensive compared to a head of cabbage.

Re. green juice - someone else doing the juicing for you exposes you to their cleanliness faux pas.

Never heard of cabbage juice BTW. If I have some cabbage, might try it to see if it has any Popeye effect on me.
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