In some cases, stomach ulcers can also result in stomach bleeding.
In 1956 a group of American scientists in California (Cheney, Wasler and Miller) reported that concentrated cabbage juice made from ordinary white cabbage accelerated the healing of gastric ulcers. The team made 3 big treatment experiments in refer to the cabbage juice between the years of 1950 and 1952 and the treatment experiments of Wasler and Miller followed this in 1956.
X-ray studies repeatedly showed a rapid reduction in size of the pit-like lesions in the wall of the stomach, more rapid than with the usual treatment not using cabbage juice.
Drinking cabbage as a traditional remedy for stomach ulcers goes back to the work of Garnet Cheney of Stanford University School of Medicine (Calif Med. 1949 Jan; 70(1): 10–15). He reported to have cured many ulcer patients with raw cabbage juice. The juice contains the antiulcer factor, vitamin U.
Cabbage juice for stomach ulcers