Wound healing (5 testimonials)

Hello, I’m trying to find the site where I can send my positive feedback about the product I ordered from Dr. Wheatgrass. I am amazed and overwhelmed by the recovery I had almost overnight after suffering for a few weeks on a wound that wasn’t healing.  I want to post…

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Wound healing effects by wheatgrass juice

Effect of Triticum aestivum juice on wound healing in rats. Singh, J., Sethi, J. Yadav, M., Sood, S., Gupta, V. Intl. J. Nat. Prod. Sci. 2011; 1: 15-20. Background: We might not think much about the process that takes place when we have a small cut or burn. A healthy…

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Wound healing wrongly attributed to chlorophyll

Brett, DW. Wounds, 17(7):190-195. 2005. Background: Chlorophyllin, derived from the plant pigment, chlorophyll, has been used for many years to accelerate wound healing and to provide odour control.  Chlorophyllin also shows activity as an anti-coagulation and an anti-inflammatory agent. These actions of chlorophyllin explain, at least to some extent, its…

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Wound healing and chlorophyll

The effect of the topical application of several substances on the healing of experimental cutaneous wounds. Brush, B., Lamb, C. 1942. Surgery. 12:355-363 Wounds made on the abdominal wall of guinea pigs were treated with various substances, including chloramines, urea crystals and chlorophyll ointment. None were found to consistently exert an accelerating effect on…

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Chlorophyll attributed with wound healing ability

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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Wound healing, growth factors & chlorophyll

Chlorophyll. An experimental study of its water soluble derivatives in wound healing. Smith L, Livingston A. Chlorophyll.  Am. J. Surg. 1943. 62:358-369 Wound healing involves an inflammatory (exudative) phase and a proliferative tissue growth and repair phase that presumably involves growth stimulating factors. This study tested various water soluble chlorophyll preparations…

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Wheatgrass extract accelerates wound-healing. Animal study

Summary Veterinary surgeons found that wheatgrass extract accelerates the healing of open wounds and dermatitis in animals. Methods 19 surgeons took part, (none having prior experience of wheatgrass as a healing agent), treating mainly horses, cats and dogs. 110 questionnaires were returned and vets were paid a nominal fee for…

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