Wheatgrass – very effective for soft tissue injuries

Published on Feb 24, 2014 Recovery of soft tissue injuries is delayed mainly because of deep-seated bleeding. The blood is where it shouldn’t be – in the tissues instead of in the blood vessels. This causes inflammation and swelling. Therefore, because it stops deep-seated bleeding and aids rapid absorption of…

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Soft tissue injuries – avoid ice

Macrophages recruited via CCR2 produce insulin-like growth factor-1 to repair acute skeletal muscle injury. Lu H, Huang D, Saederup N, Charo IF, Ransohoff RM, Zhou L. FASEB J. Jan 2011;25(1):358-369. Researchers from the Cleveland Clinic and University of California, San Francisco have demonstrated something that may sound counterintuitive: sometimes, inflammation…

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Injuries testimonials (44)

Important: To get the most out of these testimonials, first read Dr. Chris’ article “Sports Injuries – Forget the ice, use wheatgrass!”. They will then make a lot more sense. »» Ask Dr. Chris about treating sports injuries with wheatgrass Injury Testimonials Achilles tendonitis Ankle fracture Another sports trainer’s opinion…

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Research Page TEST

Wheatgrass research articles Collapse These research articles reveal only a few of the numerous and remarkable therapeutic benefits of cereal grasses. Many of them have been attributed to chlorophyll, but there is no evidence to support this theory. In fact, there is no chlorophyll present in the wheatgrass extract I use therapeutically. There…

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Wounds: Healing & many other uses

When I look back, I wonder how I ever managed to practice medicine without wheatgrass extract. As a general practitioner, there are so many ways it can be put to use. For instance, wound healing, burns and soft tissue injuries, earache and high fever in children. Side effects are rare….

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Research

Wheatgrass research articles Collapse This collection of research articles covers only a few of the many therapeutic benefits of cereal grasses. Many have been attributed to chlorophyll, but there is no evidence available to support this theory. In fact, there is no chlorophyll present in the wheatgrass extract I use therapeutically….

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Various skin uses (43)

MOLE ELIMINATION I had moles growing on chest and upper arm, approximately 6mm and 8mm in diameter respectively. As a result of applying a combination of Superbalm and baking soda, a slight skin discolouration is all that remains. Terry. Waikato. NZ 22 July, 2019 This is the best my son…

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Injury: Shoulder impingement

A painful shoulder A 35 year old piano salesman suffered a nasty shoulder injury at work a year earlier, then suddenly, his shoulder “froze”. Any kind of movement invoked severe pain. He was unable to sleep, and working at his job was difficult. Steroid injections and physiotherapy provided some temporary…

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Injury: Forget the ice. Use wheatgrass

How often we see athletes pressing plastic bags full of crushed ice against pulled muscles, bruises and other injuries – unfortunately, to little or no avail. Aware that there is a better way to hasten soft tissue injury recovery and ease pain, I wonder why ice is used at all….

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