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In the 1930’s, wheatgrass (and other cereal grasses) were used widely in highly esteemed hospitals in the United States for hastening the healing of many conditions such as major wounds, injuries and burns. However, in 1941, when the discovery of penicillin hailed the birth of the pharmaceutical industry, it also marked the beginning of the end for natural or herbal remedy use by the medical profession.

Since 1995, I have used a wheatgrass extract to assist countless patients recover from so-called “untreatable” conditions such as diabetic and venous leg ulcers, radiotherapy burns and injuries, molluscum contagiosum and many more.

You will find many wheatgrass healing cases inside.

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Dr. Chris Reynolds. M.B.,B.S.

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