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C is for Cancer: Cabbage, Cauliflower and Soursop: Nature’s Wonders (Weapons) Which Kills Cancer

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Last updated on July 5, 2019

C is for Cancer:

Cancer, Cabbage, Cauliflower and Soursop.   Nature’s Weapons to kill cancer!  In the post we share some of the important and proved natural remedies for the so-called Killer disease Cancer.


This disease is now common even among the non-smokers as well as non-drinkers.

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Cauliflower by P V Ariel

soursop opened pic by Bijin Thomas

azCabbage by P V Ariel


In the recent past I come across with few of our close associates’ family members, colleagues and friends succumbed to this disease.  I did a search to learn more about this sickness, thus i came to know about a wonder-working natural remedy for this disease.  It is known as  Soursop in English and Mullaatha(മുള്ളാത്ത)or Kaattaatha in Malayalam.  More information about this fruit please visit the links given at the bottom of this post.

Though I read about it  some time back, in the recent days I came to know more about this wonderful or miracle fruit which heals or kills cancer. If the disease is detected in the initial stage its works well and give the desired results.
Cabbage by P V Ariel
Pic Credit: P V Ariel

One such vegetable which kills cancer is Cabbage.   It has a great history to tell for centuries.  It is believed that a dish “Sauerkraut” made by cabbage helped the Asian labors to build the great wall of China.

During captain Cook’s voyage to the Antarctic  Circle  cabbage kept sailors from dying of Scurvy.

During the middle age Europeans survived harsh winters by the usage of this vegetable.

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Credit: Kale.

The Ancient Roman ‘Cato the elder’ crushed cabbage leaves to treat cancerous ulcers years before.  Now  the modern science confirms this, that cabbage is an easy  but powerful way to prevent cancer.  To get the full benefit, it should not be boiled or overcooked, instead, quickly  steam or stir fry.  This way you can retain more than 60% of its cancer-fighting nutrients.

Red cabbage has up to 28 times more flavonoids than other cabbages.  It is more beneficial to a  woman past menopause and it helps to lower breast cancer risk.

If takes along with apple broccoli, tea and onions you get enough flavonoids.

A recent research says that eating raw cabbage or quickly cooked cabbage  three times a week may lower breast cancer.  Particularly if they start eating this at a younger age this cancer may not get to such people.


Cauliflower by P V Ariel


Now comes cauliflower,  when you bite a cauliflower you can say that you are eating  a flower. Yes, a cauliflower head is a group of flowers that stopped growing while they were still buds.  Like its cousins, cabbage and broccoli cauliflower is loaded with some of the most powerful anti-cancer weapons.  Cabbage and cauliflower are rich in isothiocyanate  called benzyl isothiocyanate (BITC). A new research from Texas says people who eat such foods had almost 30% less risk of bladder cancer.  This is a good reason to eat more cabbage, cauliflower, kale, broccoli and watercress and Brussels sprouts.





c for cancer By Bijin ThomasPic SourSop tree by Rijin Thoma
soursop opened pic by Bijin Thomas
“Nature is the best physician since it provides medicines without any side effects. One such reputed natural ‘medicine’ is soursop, which is scientifically named as Annona muricata. Known by different names like Graviola, Guanabana, Brazilian pawpaw, etc., Soursop is loaded with a number of nutrients and is also used as an alternative medicine to treat many ailments like Cancer.”Says K B Enterprises.  To continue reading please click Here  and to read more on this line please click HERE


Though these are proved remedies, we  do not take any responsibility for any possible difficulties. Please do consult a doctor or nutritionists before using this as a medicine. The information given here are compiled from different sources and is posted here mainly for informational and educational purposes only.  Please do not use without taking an opinion from a reputed Doctor.

Thanks for dropping at this place.

Best Regards

P V & Associates


Dr. Vishwanaathan Maanathaara, Thiruvalla
The Word Book Encyclopedia 

K B Enterprises.

F C & A Medical Publishing

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Bijin, Rijin Kerala
A Freelance writer from Secunderabad India

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  1. Tina

    Wow, I had no idea that those foods were so important in our nutrition. I’ll have to try eating more of them…

    Tina @ Life is Good
    Co-host, April 2013 A-Z Challenge Blog
    @TinaLifeisGood, #atozchallenge

    April 3, 2013
  2. Great information. I’m determined to start eating healthier. Thankfully I love cabbage and cauliflower. Thanks.

    April 3, 2013
  3. I totally believe that these foods can help solve many health problems. Just started growing some of my own vegetables but forgot to add cabbage. I guess it’s time to get more seeds. Thanks for the reminder.

    April 5, 2013
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