Diabetes & diabetic foot ulcers (12 testimonials)

Dr. Wheatgrass accomplished what my doctor couldnt! I got the Dr. wheatgrass anti oxident spray for my boyfriend. He is Type 1 diabetic and has been to his doctor multiple times for leg ulcers. We were quite frustrated that not much seemed to help. The wounds were painful for him…

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Foot & leg ulcers: Diabetic – “Charcot’s Foot”

Diabetic ulcer debridement This 75 year old woman suffered from a recurring “abscess” (which ultimately turned out to be a diabetic foot ulcer) for many years. She wrote: “Prior to the purchase of your (wheatgrass) spray I was using Medi-Honey or calcium alginate, alternating. The appearance was pink skin with…

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Diabetic foot & leg ulcers

Introduction Diabetic foot ulcers are common in both Type 1 (insulin-dependent) and Type 2 (non-insulin-dependent diabetes). They can lead to considerable disability. With a tendency to recur, they may lead to amputation if blood circulation can’t be maintained and can take months or years to heal. In fact, many never…

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Leg and foot ulcers (16 testimonials)

I wanted to write a review regarding all three wheat grass products that I purchased the spray the cream an edible I had a huge sore on my leg a leg ulcer for quite a while I used medihoney to heal it to no avail would it heal I have…

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Learn about wheatgrass healing

Wheatgrass and other cereal grasses have been used successfully for healing wounds and many other conditions for several thousand years. In the 1930’s (pre-antibiotic era), cereal grass juice saved the lives of large numbers of US military personnel suffering from life-threatening, war-caused wound infections. In these pages you will find…

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About Dr. Chris

Born May, 1941. Perth, Western Australia. At 16, Dr. Chris Reynolds joined the British Merchant Navy (Blue Funnel Line) as an apprentice navigator. After travelling the world for 7 years, he decided to study medicine instead, entering the medical school of the University of Western Australia in 1966. Graduating M.B.,B.S….

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Foot gangrene: Amputation prevented

What is gangrene? Gangrene or necrosis, (“death of tissue”) in a human, is usually caused by bacterial infection or obstruction of blood flow to a particular area – particularly the hands and feet. When the blood supply is cut off, the tissue becomes “necrotic” i.e. some of the tissue dies…

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