Skin: “Incurable” venous leg ulcers heal in 9 weeks

65 y.o. male. Venous eczema 2 years. In constant pain. Unresponsive 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 skin flaking,…

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Wounds: Leg/foot ulcers – diabetic, venous & other causes

Diabetic ulcer debridement This 75 year old woman suffered from a recurring “abscess” for many years, which turned out to be a diabetic foot ulcer. She wrote: “Prior to your (wheatgrass) spray I was using Medi-Honey or calcium alginate, alternating. The appearance was pink skin with little exudate (“leakage of…

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Skin wounds: Venous leg ulcers. 3 cases

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

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Skin: Slow healing graft heals rapidly

This skin graft has been treated by orthodox methods for six weeks. Clearly, it is healing very slowly and has an unhealthy, poorly perfused surface due to inadequate blood supply. (Fig. 1) Fig. 1. Skin graft before wheatgrass Wheatgrass extract was then applied to the wound surface. Only 2 days…

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Learn about wheatgrass healing

Wheatgrass and other cereal grasses have been used successfully for healing wounds and many other conditions for several thousand years. In the 1930’s (pre-antibiotic era), cereal grass juice saved the lives of large numbers of US military personnel suffering from life-threatening, war-caused wound infections. In these pages you will find…

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Many ways wheatgrass extract heals

Wheatgrass extract can accelerate the healing process of many conditions by: 1. Anti-inflammatory effect: Reduces redness, swelling and pain. e.g. burns, diabetic and venous ulcers. 2. Hemostasis: Stops capillary bleeding, accelerates blood clotting (hemostasis) and absorbs blood clot. 3. Wound re-surfacing: Accelerates re-epithelialisation (skin surface recovery) and mucus membranes. e.g….

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How to use wheatgrass extract for best results

I have no doubt wheatgrass extract works best if you use less, rather than more – and not too often. A little goes a long way. 1. For SKIN CONDITIONS AND INJURIES, such as wounds, rashes, burns, topical steroid withdrawal, psoriasis, eczema, molluscum, radiation burns , fractures etc., lightly apply…

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Wheatgrass – resuming its role as a healing agent

In the USA in the 1930’s, wheatgrass (and other cereal grasses) were used effectively (e.g. Chlorophyllin) in highly respected hospitals for treating war wounds, burns and many other conditions. In due course, penicillin, discovered in 1941, gradually replaced natural treatments. For instance, drugs such as digitalis, derived from the foxglove…

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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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