breast cancer. Overall, it isn't well-understood how the compounds in cabbage might work for medicinal uses.
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When applied directly to the skin of women who are breast-feeding, cabbage seems to be safe for short-term use. However, women who are breast feeding should avoid taking cabbage by mouth as food or medicine. Nursing infants of women who eat cabbage as little as once per week seem to suffer from colic.
Do not take cabbage if:
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