Deglycyrhizzinated Licorice Root Extract (DGL) and Duodenal Ulcers

by on June 7, 2012
in Ulcers

The root of the licorice plant has been used for thousands of years as a medicinal cure for a variety of ailments. Modern science has revealed that licorice root, indeed, contains some potent compounds that affect the biological systems in both lab animals and man in both beneficial and not so beneficial ways. I started the research for this post thinking it would be a straightforward review of DGL and its ability to positively affect gastric and duodenal ulcers.

Anti-Ulcer Benefits of Raw Cabbage Juice by Supplementation

by on August 23, 2011
in Ulcers

Raw cabbage juice has been an age old remedy for stomach and duodenal ulcers. Scientific research has confirmed it to be effective. However, the vast majority of ulcer sufferers do not have the intestinal fortitude to regularly consume this remedy. What is the magical ingredient in cabbage juice? Is more than one ingredient responsible? Can one recreate the benefits of raw cabbage juice by taking a handful of supplements?

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