Leg ulcers

Leg ulcers are very common. They affect approximately 1% of Australians and can often be very difficult to heal. In fact, many never do. There are a number of underlying causes of leg ulcers such as diabetes, poor circulation, varicose veins, trauma etc. The treatment of these ulcers varies from…

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Leg and foot ulcers (10)

It’s a marvellous product….leg ulcer disappears after using it. Tried all docs prescriptions…..no change. Highly recommended. S.C. Australia. 18 November, 2018 Facebook post As far as I can tell ( I had multiple health issues going on all around the same time….) But I feel these products did help in…

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Diabetes & diabetic foot ulcers (8)

My wife is a diabetic and she has very sensitive skin and her legs broke out with some sort of rash and this stuff is healing her skin very nicely! I highly recommend this to anyone looking for something to sooth your irritated skin! wardog. USA. Amazon Customer 13 November,…

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Ulcers. Are they really healed by chlorophyll?

Chlorophyll in the treatment of ulcers. Gahan, E., Kline, P., Finkle, T. Arch. Derm. & Syphilo. 1943. 47:849-851. Background: Ulcers of the skin are wounds with a central depression and sometimes “heaped up” borders. They can be caused by a number of factors, but usually start with an incidental or noticeable…

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Leprosy ulcers healed by wheatgrass

A novel topical application influences closure of plantar ulcers in leprosy patients: Case studies in India.  Reynolds, C. L., Reynolds, S. J., Vardharajan, J.  L.Sci. Healing Outcomes. 2014. Vol. 6. No. 22. 11-17 Abstract Objective: To determine the effect of a topical wheatgrass application on closure of chronic leprosy-related plantar ulcers….

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Diabetic foot ulcers. Healing with wheatgrass. 7 Cases

Introduction Diabetic foot ulcers are common in both Type 1 (insulin-dependent) and Type 2 (non-insulin-dependent diabetes) and can lead to considerable disability. They tend to recur and often lead to amputation if blood circulation can’t be restored and, healing can take months to years. In fact, many never heal which…

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Wound infection, ulcers, burns, abscesses healed by chlorophyll

Chlorophyll in wound healing and suppurative disease. Bowers, W. 1947. Am. J. Surg. 1947;73:37-50. Lieutenant Colonel Bowers of the US Army reports on the use of water-soluble derivatives of chlorophyll in over 400 cases over a period of nine months. He (and colleagues) noted several major effects, notably: loss of odour associated with…

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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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