Infection: Athlete’s Foot (Tinea pedis)

Wheatgrass extract rapidly eliminates long-standing fungal infection

Tinea (also known as 'ringworm' - although it is not caused by a worm), is a common fungal infection that can affect various parts of the body - e.g. vaginal "thrush", feet and hands.

In this case, a female patient had suffered from a fungal infection of her feet for seven years. None of the numerous remedies she tried had any effect, so she learned to "live with it" - until she gave wheatgrass extract a try.

As you can see in the photographs, wheatgrass extract has effectively cured this long-standing fungal infection. Note the remarkable elimination of redness (inflammation) after only 2 weeks' wheatgrass treatment.

The infection did not recur.

Fungal infection. 7 years.
Fungal infection. 7 years.
2 weeks wheatgrass – fungus eliminated.
2 weeks wheatgrass – fungus eliminated.
Heel of same patient.
Heel of same patient.
Tinea pedis fungus eliminated.
Tinea pedis fungus eliminated.

It is important not to overtreat this, or any other condition, with wheatgrass. Apply just a little extract over the redness no more than twice a week.

Read more about Athlete's Foot. (Wikipedia)

Dr. Chris Reynolds.

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