Horse wounds heal rapidly

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Infected wounds also heal rapidly

I received the following message from the owner of a horse “hospital” in Mexico:”Today we rescued a 5 month old colt who had been attacked by dogs a few days ago. He had large infected wounds on both sides of his face and on his left front leg. The injury on the leg was so swollen that he couldn’t bend the knee joint.”Anything white you see in the photos is a maggot or worm. When the wounds were sprayed post debridement with ether and iodine, thin white worms were crawling out of everywhere! He’s getting penicillin, an oral paste for inflammation and pain, and daily wound cleaning with hydrogen peroxide and iodine. The wound is packed daily with an antibiotic ointment.”

Rather amazed at how difficult it seemed to heal horse wounds, I sent them wheatgrass extract spray. I instructed them to apply the spray once daily and not use dressings. View how effectively, and rapidly, wheatgrass did a great healing job:

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This horse suffered a large full thickness wound when skin was torn off by a sharp object protruding from a wire fence. In just 7 weeks after wheatgrass extract was applied twice weekly, significant healing is obvious. Note how clean the wound is, and with no sign of infection. Wheatgrass induces the wound surface to completely “seal over”. This then prevents infection by insects, bacteria etc. and accelerates the healing process.

Note at 7 weeks that the animal’s hair is completely covering the healed areas and there is no sign of scarring. According to the owner, this is an unusual phenomenon.

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Rapid healing after large full thickness skin tear.

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Equine wound at 18 weeks.

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Wound completely healed in six months

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Significant healing of wound and no infection at 3 weeks and complete hair regrowth with significant shrinkage of wound at 7 weeks.

The two photographs below at 10 weeks (L) and 5 months, show further healing with minimal scarring.

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large, infected horse leg wound pre-wheatgrass

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DAY 1. Pre-wheatgrass.

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large horse leg wound clean after 2 weeks application of wheatgrass extract

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2 WEEKS. Wound completely debrided and filled with healthy, revitalised tissue.

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large horse leg wound healing quickly with wheatgrass

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4 WEEKS. Wound markedly contracted. New hair growth covers what would normally be scar tissue.

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large horse leg wound almost completely healed by wheatgrass extract

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9 WEEKS. Wound almost healed. Hair regrown. Minimal scarring.

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large wound on horse's jaw pre-wheatgrass treatment
Full thickness wound pre-wheatgrass treatment..

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large wound on horse's jaw healing with wheatgrass
Day 21. Wound is one quarter original size. Surface clean and dry.

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large full thickness wound on horse's jaw healed completely in 7 weeks
Day 49. Wound completely healed. Scarring minimal.

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