Secret Heals Stomach Ulcers in 7 Days!
Stomach ulcers can make life absolutely miserable.
The pain… indigestion… and nausea seem like they never let up.
And some mainstream treatments take a month and a half to work!
Who wants to wait for that?
Well, believe it or not, back in the 1940s, a brilliant Stanford scientist discovered a safe and natural way to heal ulcers for good!
And it starts working in just 7-10 days.
This breakthrough has been practically blacklisted and covered up by mainstream medicine.
But I’ll show you how to get your hands on it… starting TODAY.
In 1949, Dr. Garnett Cheney published research that should have made him famous around the world.
He had 13 people with stomach ulcers drink a liter of cabbage juice a day.
And their ulcers were COMPLETELY HEALED… without any other treatment… in as little as one week.
Then, in 1952 Cheney reported another 100 patients fully recovered from peptic ulcers in the same short amount of time. Again, five times faster than standard drug therapies.
Like I said, mainstream doctors should have been throwing parades for this guy.
But, instead, they dismissed Cheney’s research for one silly reason – because he couldn’t quite explain why cabbage juice worked. He attributed it to a mysterious substance he called “Vitamin U.”
Well, chemistry has come a long way since then.
And we know now that it’s not just one ingredient in cabbage juice that heals stomach ulcers… but a variety of them.
Modern research shows that a pair of essential amino acids – glutamine and methionine – are key to the healing powers of cabbage. These are antacids that protect the stomach lining.
Cabbage also contains methionine S-methyl sulfonium, or MMS.
MMS stimulates mucus formation and is a powerful antioxidant – both of which are crucial in the fight against peptic ulcers.
Finally, cabbage also contains glucosinolates, which converts to an anti-inflammatory which then helps to suppress H. pylori bacteria, the primary cause of ulcers.
If you or someone you love is suffering from stomach ulcers, fresh cabbage juice may be the key to your recovery.
If your supermarket doesn’t carry it, you can find it easily online.
Or you can make the juice yourself. Here’s a good recipe.
Fighting For Your Health,
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health