As with vitamin T, not much is known about vitamin U either. It is found in raw cabbage, has no known toxicity, and may be helpful in healing ulcers of the skin and intestinal tract. This nutrient is probably allantoin, which has tissue-healing power, and is found in herbs such as comfrey root, which is known to help heal and soothe the gastrointestinal mucosa. Cabbage, commonly consumed in longevity cultures such as the Hunzas, has been thought to be a very important enzyme food.
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