Diabetes & diabetic foot ulcers (11)

Worth every penny This was used I a diabetic ulcer located on my hubby’s foot. It’s the only thing tut actually Worked for him. It took three months to heal completely but it worked. I would buy this again and sooner if I knew about this sooner. Worth the money…

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Foot 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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Foot ulcers: Diabetic. 8 Cases

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 (13)

Natural ulcer healing Very useful healing my hubbies ulcerated legs and feet. Amber. Amazon UK. 08 April 2020 Doctor said there was nothing he could do to help with leg ulcers. My husband saw 3 doctors over the course of several years for excruciatingly painful veinous leg ulcers. We began…

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Gangrene: Foot amputation prevented

What is gangrene? Gangrene or “necrosis” which is death of tissue in this case, in a living 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”…

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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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Healing: Some of my observations

Wheatgrass extract demonstrates a number of physiological properties that appear to facilitate the healing process. For example: 1. Anti-inflammatory effect: Rapid reduction of redness, swelling and pain. e.g. burns, diabetic and venous ulcers. 2. Hemostasis: Cessation of capillary bleeding, acceleration of blood clotting (hemostasis) and absorption of blood clot.. 3….

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Cases & Conditions

The list of Cases and Conditions below demonstrates what wheatgrass extract can be capable of. When using the extract, the following advice can be helpful: The most important rule for healing with wheatgrass is “less is best.” A little wheatgrass goes a long way. There is no need to apply…

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