Wheatgrass extract appears to heal by reconnecting dysfunctional cellular receptors to the brain

Dr. Chris Reynolds. M.B.,B.S. Click pic for CV.


Before we discuss how I believe my wheatgrass extract (much more potent than wheatgrass juice!) works, please take a quick look at this list of conditions which will give you a very good idea of just how remarkable this treatment is. Thousands of patients around the world have sent me numerous "before and after" photos and/or written testimonials expressing their thanks for helping to heal or improve their (and others') medical conditions or injuries - frequently after standard treatments failed. (My contact address will reach me any time and my advice is free. I get my kicks out of seeing the extract work!)

It is also important to know that the wheatgrass extract I use is not wheatgrass "juice". In fact, it is a highly functional and therapeutically effective liquid containing numerous ligands that reactivate, then reconnect dysfunctional cellular receptors to the brain. 

On this site there are many (more than 80) conditions presented where the extract has worked remarkably well, often when standard medical treatments failed. For example, venous leg ulcers, second-degree burns, and even leprosy ulcers. There are many others in my files.

For instance, Figure 1 shows how effectively the extract can accelerate healing and relieve pain from a minor second-degree burn, almost instantaneously. Note that it has also kept the blister intact, (it hasn't burst), and has protected the wound from infection. This is a very minor burn compared with Figure 2, where a severe radiation burn has healed rapidly and relieved the patient's pain. (The extract is so potentially useful in any home, car, office, medical clinic, hospital etc.)

Fig. 1. Wheatgrass extract relieves first-degree burn pain. Ear stud re-inserted several minutes later.
Fig. 1. Wheatgrass extract relieves first-degree burn pain. Ear stud re-inserted several minutes later.

By comparison, in Figure 2, the patient has suffered severe, deep radiation treatment burns that would, in most cases, take weeks or even months to heal. However, as shown in Figure 2, wheatgrass extract has significantly relieved the patient's pain and rapidly restores his damaged skin.

But, how could such a "simple" plant extract so rapidly ease or eliminate pain as well as assist recovery of burn-damaged tissue, of this patient's skin? Also, note the absence of inflammation on the right, that the patient is pain-free and the burn wounds have completely healed just two weeks after the accident. A remarkable recovery indeed of a severe radiation injury. (View the case.)

Fig. 2.  Post wheatgrass extract

Fig. 2. Severe 2nd degree radiotherapy burns that wheatgrass extract has healed in 2 weeks.  

How wheatgrass extract appears to heal so rapidly

The extract I've used therapeutically for healing a very broad spectrum of illnesses and injuries (since 1995), contains at least 20 ligands that appear to reactivate damaged cellular receptors (present throughout the body) and restore their connection to the brain, which then responds by reactivating the patient's dysfunctional physiological functions. (See diagram).

For instance, you can see in the following list of conditions how rapidly and effectively the extract can restore them. (Please note, unlike wheatgrass extract, wheatgrass juice can not achieve similar results.)

Click here for many other conditions where wheatgrass extract has worked remarkably:

Famous scientist proves wheatgrass extract influences gene expression

Prof. "Panos" Ioannou.

On 28th July, 2004, Professor Panayiotus (Panos) Ioannou, a famous researcher working at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute in Melbourne, Australia, discovered that my wheatgrass extract induced fetal hemoglobin from murine mice. It achieved this by influencing gene expression of particular cellular receptors signalling the brain, like an “on/off switch” -  i.e. according to need. When carefully regulated, changes occurred according to the needs of numerous biological processes. (See Figure 3. Wheatgrass inductions of clones.)

The professor reported: Our measurements suggest a 3-5 fold increase in the production of fetal hemoglobin by the wheatgrass extract. This is a substantial increase and could certainly provide an explanation why some thalassaemic patients may derive significant benefit from it.”

"These results," he said, "albeit in vitro, increased the possibility that the beneficial effects of freshly juiced wheatgrass noted by Marwaha, et al. [an Indian hematologist], may have been due to the induction of gamma-globin chain synthesis leading to greater fetal hemoglobin content in the red cell (i.e. IT INFLUENCES GENE EXPRESSION.

"Clearly, this hypothesis needs further study, but it holds the promise of some very exciting and simple therapeutic possibilities that may preclude the need for repeated blood transfusions.”

The Professor not only turned out to be perfectly correct, but he pointed me in a very exciting therapeutic ldirection!

Fig. 3. Wheatgrass - induction of clones.

Panos, aged 54 and in his professional prime, tragically succumbed to cancer on 18 April, 2005, but he left behind his discovery of an extraordinary biological functionality of a wheatgrass extract that has since helped numerous patients in Australia and abroad, not only for overcoming hemoglobin pathology, but for many other common and rare conditions and injuries.

For instance, one elderly female patient was not only rapidly relieved of the pain of surgically caused reflex sympathetic dystrophy after applying a little wheatgrass extract over her painful, deeply darkened, apparently oxygen-starved forearm - but her blood circulation recovered almost immediately as did her weakened musculature regain full movement.

Strangely, his scientific colleagues disagreed with his "discovery", claiming the ethanol used in the experiment caused the results. However, having a large number of patients in my records responding positively to the extract, particularly after standard treatments failed, I have no doubt that Panos was right - that the extract would improve the quality of life and longevity of many.

Wheatgrass extract appears to ease pain by blocking Substance P activity

The blood-brain barrier (BBB) prevents most drugs (other than very small molecules) from crossing into and influencing the brain. By comparison, ligands in wheatgrass extract appear to reactivate dysfunctional cellular receptors, restoring their ability to signal the brain.

(Ligands are molecules that influence cell-receptor DNA to release neurotransmitters that send messages such as pain, pressure, taste, vision, touch etc., to the brain. For instance, for pain, (Figure 5), both topical and internal, the extract can prevent much of it from reaching the brain. Responses vary according to the severity of tissue damage, the patient's age, general health status, and many other factors.)

Ligands in wheatgrass extract appear to re-connect dysfunctional cellular receptors to the brain

Figure 4, shows how wheatgrass extract likely prevents pain from reaching the brain - i.e. by blocking the transmission of Substance P. Even a pin prick can cause tissue damage.


How ligands in wheatgrass extract reconnect the periphery to the brain.
Fig. 4. How ligands in wheatgrass extract assist wound healing. (1,2) Skin damage is notified to the brain via re-activated peripheral cellular receptors. (3,4).

 Fig. 5. How pain is felt.

Figure 5 shows how pain cell receptors signal pain from a pin prick to the brain via the neurotransmitter, Substance P. The "victim" instantly draws his/her hand away. However, if wheatgass extract is applied to the painful area, pain is eased by preventing Substance P reaching the brain.

(Note, "infertile" women have conceived by taking a small dose of wheatgrass extract daily - most likely because it 'normalises' the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis (HPA) - which is essential for conception to occur.)

Some examples of remarkable healing by wheatgrass extract

Achieving closure of leprosy ulcers has defied modern medicine for many years. For instance, all treatment attempts for this patient's 8 year old leprous ulcer, (Fig. 6.) failed completely,  (View more cases.) Yet, wheatgrass extract has healed the wound in five months.


Fig. 4.  'Unhealable' leprosy wound present 15 years in 60 year old female heals after 4 once a monthly applications of wheatgrass extract.  (View 6 more cases)
Fig. 7. This severe spider bite failed to heal after 9 years' orthodox medical treatment, but healed completely in 7 months after wheatgrass extract treatment.  

Also, in this case of psoriasis (Fig. 8.) we can see a different type of healing by wheatgrass extract.

The lesions have resisted a variety of skin applications, including 15 years of topical steroids that have severely thinned and damaged the skin's complex structure and its protective properties. But, after 2 months' treatment (twice monthly) of the wheatgrass extract, the lesions have significantly darkened and enlarged. However, this is not because the patient's skin is worsening. In fact, the wheatgrass extract appears to have "re-activated" cellular receptors around the affected areas by "notifying" the brain that blood supply to the area is insufficient and preventing healing. The brain has then responded by restoring normal blood supply to the affected areas. (The dark spots may be significantly larger, but in time they will begin to shrink as the skin regains its normal functionality.)

In due course, if the patient perseveres with the treatment, the brown lesions will gradually fade or disappear completely. After all, it has taken several years for the skin to degenerate, so it will take some time to recover. This is actually a positive result. Given time, healing would almost certainly occur, but the patient decided to withdraw from treatment.

Psoriasis. Effect of wheatgrass extract on chronic psoriasis.

Fig. 8. Psoriasis. Present 10 years. The lesions on the left are dry, insipid and lack vitality. However, after two months wheatgrass extract application, the lesions on the right are now deeply coloured and enlarged, suggesting restoration of blood supply to the area. Clearly, the extract is making substantial positive changes, even though the lesions have enlarged, but, I have been informed that soon afterwards, they began to shrink in size.   

In my experience, for healing topical steroid skin disorders, (and many other conditions) treatment should be directed towards re-activating dysfunctional cellular receptors that have been destroyed or damaged, to the brain. It may take several months, but given time, the skin will begin to recover.

Remember, "Less wheatgrass extract is best"

The principle of using wheatgrass extract sparingly applies to the treatment of most, if not all, medical conditions and injuries - internally and externally. For example, in Figure 7, a supposedly "incurable" spider bite wound that defied all treatment for nine years, has healed after application of wheatgrass extract for three months.

Also, the 17-year-old girl in Figure 9 had suffered from psoriasis for three years, but topical steroids failed her. Wheatgrass extract however, applied once weekly, repaired her skin completely in four months. Compared with the patient in Figure 8, the remarkable response of this teenage girl's skin to wheatgrass extract, suggests that age is an important factor in the healing process.

Most drug treatments for psoriasis (and eczema) such as topical steroids, should be avoided. Although they may reduce inflammation, they do nothing to restore the skin's damaged structure and multiple functions. In fact, they do more damage and expose the skin to infection.

Fig. 9. Peri-umbilical psoriasis in a 17-year-old female, present 2 years. Unresponsive to topical steroids and numerous other treatments. Healed by wheatgrass extract in 4 months with once weekly application.
Fig. 9. Peri-umbilical psoriasis in a 17-year-old female, present 2 years. Unresponsive to topical steroids and numerous other treatments. Healed by wheatgrass extract in 4 months with once weekly application.

Wheatgrass extract removes psoriatic plaques, restoring skin almost to normal in 2 weeks

Fig. 10. Severe psoriasis unresponsive to medical treatment responds remarkably well to wheatgrass extract.
Fig. 10. Severe psoriasis unresponsive to medical treatment responds remarkably well to wheatgrass extract.

Just two weeks after wheatgrass extract was applied to the affected area, (Fig. 13.) there has been remarkable recovery of the patient's skin after two applications. The large areas of thick plaque have almost disappeared, revealing normal skin underneath. This suggests there has been a rapid "re-connection" (re-coupling) between the psoriatically damaged skin area and the brain which has then responded to help restore the patient's skin to normal. Also, in this case, the patient is young, which could also help expedite the healing process.

This case also suggests that psoriasis might develop due to dysfunction of cell receptors near the skin surface. This concept may also be the cause of other conditions such as skin disorders, hemorrhage, pain, itch etc. that often respond well to wheatgrass extract