Women Are Putting Cabbage Leaves on Their Breast (The Reason Behind It Will SURPRISE You!)

Can I ask you something? Ladies and gentlemen, did you know that many
women in American and European countries are using this amazing and very
useful method (cabbage leaves on breasts)?

The
answer is YES, many women put cabbage leaves on their breasts. Take a
look at the article below and find out more about this method.

Cabbage
leaves are used to reduce breast swelling and relieve the pain and
discomfort that breast feeding a baby can cause. This method is also
very helpful in soothing the pain and stress caused by wearing an
uncomfortable bra.

According to the experts, cabbage leaves have
the same properties as magnets – they pull out all the diseases and
ailments from our bodies. This means that if you are breastfeeding and
you put cold cabbage leaves directly on your breasts, it’s not only
soothing, but it can help alleviate your breast pain and swelling.

DIRECTIONS:

  • Put the cabbage in the refrigerator for 1 hour.
  • When it’s cold enough, peel off the outer layer of leaves, and throw them away.
  • Pull off two of the inner leaves to use.
  • Wash these two inner leaves in cold water.
  • Note: make sure that they are clean and free from dirt, pesticides, and residue.
  • Cut the stem of the leaves so it can fit properly on your breasts without covering the nipples.
  • Place the clean, cold cabbage leaves on your breasts.
  • Now, you need to wrap the leaves around your breast, but leave your nipples exposed.
  • If you keep the leaves off of your nipples, it will help the skin around your nipples to stay dry and intact.
  • Leave the leaves on for 20 minutes or until they become warm.
  • Remove them from your breasts.
  • Repeat as necessary.

Ladies,
this is very important for you to remember – if you are still
breastfeeding and you want to use cabbage leaves to help decrease breast
swelling and relieve breast engorgement, you should stop this treatment
once you notice that your breasts are feeling better, and the swelling
is gone.

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