Skin: Venous leg ulcers heal. 2 cases

Introduction Leg (venous) ulcers are very common and increasing as the aged population increases. For instance, they affect approximately 1% of Australians. They can often be very difficult to heal and many never do. There are a number of underlying causes of leg ulcers such as diabetes, poor circulation, varicose…

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Leg and foot ulcers (12)

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 to explore the possibility of a medically necessary early retirement as the lesions persisted, expanded, and refused to…

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Diabetes & diabetic foot ulcers (10)

Used to treat a diabetic ulcer. it works Amazon Customer. USA  11 March, 2019 Works! Bought this for my mom. She had a bad diabetic ulcer on her foot that wasn’t responding to doctors treatment. They gave her oxygen treatments and everything. I saw this online researching natural alternative because…

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Skin: Venous leg ulcer heals rapidly

82 y.o. male. Venous eczema 2 years. In constant pain. No response to numerous treatments. Poor blood circulation. Wheatgrass extract  applied twice weekly. After 5 weeks’ wheatgrass treatment, note reduced swelling and skin flaking. The patient is pain-free. 9 weeks wheatgrass. Marked reduction of swelling & skin almost normal. No…

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Effect of chlorophyll on skin ulcers

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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Wheatgrass extract heals leprosy ulcers

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 (Complete article) Abstract Objective: To determine the effect of a topical wheatgrass application on closure of chronic leprosy-related…

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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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Skin: Healing of leprosy ulcers

A mission to India Arriving in Mumbai from Australia the day after a major terrorist attack there left me feeling a little uneasy. After all, I had only come to India to see leprosy patients whose leg ulcers were being treated with wheatgrass extract. Some reports had been encouraging. We…

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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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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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