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odorless cabbage

for putting on your knee
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Cabbage, when laid on the skin, works great for removing internal inflammation. It helps heal burns, eczema, and acne.

But it smells terrible, and when you're on a seminar at a fancy convention center you can't just take it out of the bag and put it on your knee.

Oderless cabbage is cabbage lacking that distinctive smell. Problem solved.

pashute, Jul 27 2017

It works. Try it. https://www.youtube...watch?v=mvMZ-4h-mmg
[pashute, Jul 27 2017]


       So, how exactly did you burn your knee … ?
8th of 7, Jul 27 2017

       Magic. Magic cabbage ....
normzone, Jul 27 2017

       It's an inflammation. And not my knee but rather the knee of my best friend (who happens to be my wife).
pashute, Jul 27 2017

       How does it heal "internal inflammation"? I can understand how it might soothe or treat external inflammation.
hippo, Jul 27 2017

       So, you're trying to help your wife and best friend, and the best you can come up with is ... cabbage ?   

       There are these people called "doctors" although admittedly their services are probably a little more expensive than brassica-based therapies...
8th of 7, Jul 27 2017

       When the Intercalary sprained his ankle a year ago, we duct-taped an aubergine to his ankle. Didn't help but it made us laugh.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 27 2017


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