This series of photographs (not edited to compensate for variable light sources) shows quite clearly how quickly wheatgrass can stop an open wound weeping and bleeding and seal the surface with new scab in a matter of hours. (Fig. 2).
Within 24 hours, the wound is completely dry and covered with granulation (healing) tissue. (Fig. 3.)
At three days, the wound surface has become covered with new tissue with only a very small amount of scab remaining. The wound healed perfectly leaving a small, barely visible scar – a phenomenon almost always observed when treating open wounds in animals and humans with wheatgrass.
Dr. Chris Reynolds.