Chlorophyll for skin infections and burns

Dermatologic evaluation of yeast, tyrothricin, chlorophyll and nitrofurazone. Johnson, H. 1948. Arch. Dermatol. Syph. 57:348-351 Background: Dermatologists have a number of powerful drugs at their disposal to treat infections of the skin. Generally speaking, however, the more powerful the drug, the worse the side effects are for the patient. Researchers…

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Wheatgrass is an effective healing herb

How to achieve best results It is important to apply or take wheatgrass in small amounts. Not because it is harmful, (it is very safe, even for children) but because a little goes a long way. For example, for wound healing and skin disorders such as eczema and topical steroid…

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Basics of wheatgrass healing

Dr. Chris Reynolds. M.B.,B.S. Click pic for CV. How I stumbled on wheatgrass extract’s remarkable therapeutic properties In 1995, when I was working in Melbourne, Australia as a general practitioner, to prescribee a ‘natural’ remedy in preference to a more “appropriate” pharmaceutical, was considered taboo. So, when I was asked…

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Barley grass increases growth hormone & insulin levels

Growth hormone: healing effects on skin Povoa, G., Diniz, L. An. Bras. Dermatol. vol.86 no.6 Rio de Janeiro Nov./Dec. 2011. This review article stresses the importance of Human Growth Hormone (GH) in stimulating production of Insulin Growth Factor–1 (IGF-1) which in turn acts directly on skin cells, keratinocytes and melanocytes, modulating…

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Cases & Conditions

AGEING Expand Easing aches and pains of ageing Wheatgrass extract anti-ageing testimonials Skin: Venous leg ulcer heals rapidly Foot & leg ulcer: Diabetic (Charcot’s foot) Skin: Venous leg ulcers heal. 3 cases ANIMALS Expand Equine sarcoid wounds heal Hot spots – dogs How to heal canine dermatitis Large horse wounds…

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Biological activities of chlorophyll derivatives

Chernomorsky, S., Segelman, A. New Jersey Medicine. 1988; 85(8): 669-73 Background Chlorophyll is generally regarded as a photosynthetic pigment present in green plants. This article reviews the anti-inflammatory, wound healing and malodour reducing properties of chlorophyll. In a study on embryonic hearts in mice, it was noted that growth occurred…

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Blood: Thalassemia – fetal hemoglobin levels rise

About thalassemia Thalassemia major (see Wikipedia) is an inherited, potentially fatal disorder resulting from abnormal hemoglobin production – the protein in red blood cells that binds to oxygen for transporting it around the body. Just one gene determines whether or not a child will suffer this disorder or whether it…

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