Injury: Jellyfish sting. 2 cases

Fig.1. Bluebottle (jellyfish) sting from under the bell (head).  Wheatgrass extract applied.  Fig.2. 1 hour and 15 minutes later wound is pain-free  and rash barely visible. Fig.1.  Abdominal stings from jellyfish tentacles. Wheatgrass extract applied. Fig.2.  30 minutes later, no pain, no visible rash. The Victim’s Wife Reports: Gary sprayed wheatgrass…

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Bites and Stings (10)

I was with a client last week and while we were talking he was stung on his finger by a bee. He said he was allergic and his hand was going to swell badly. I had some wheatgrass Burnspray with me. I removed the stinger and applied some Burnspray. He…

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Burns (36)

Laser burns Hi Sanket, Thanx for asking, i am fine and doing good. Yes, I started spraying from 28th of August. Firstly I want to say that Dr. Wheatgrass spray is magical. All my bumps which left after laser, they disappeared after 3rd use of this spray. I am so…

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Burns: 2nd. degree. Case study

An accidental burn at work A young waitress ran in to my surgery screaming with pain. She had just spilled boiling hot soup over her hand at a nearby restaurant. The burn looked serious. A large area of her palm was bright red, swollen and already beginning to blister. I…

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Cases & Conditions

How to use wheatgrass extract for healing Collapse “Less is best.” Use wheatgrass extract sparingly and don’t apply it every day. Once a week is often enough. For long-standing (chronic) conditions, e.g. diabetic foot ulcers, use extract once a month. Persevere. e.g. Leg ulcers may take several months to heal. View recommended…

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