Motor neurone disease is a severely debilitating, incurable, ultimately fatal medical condition that is thought to impair neurones responsible for controlling muscular functions throughout the body.
According to the U.S. National Institutes of Health, motor-neurone disease consists of “a group of chronic, sporadic and hereditary neurological disorders characterised by progressive degeneration of motor neurones.”
A middle-aged MND patient recovers rapidly
When I was overseas in January 2023, John, a 50 year old male suffering from advanced motor neurone disease, knocked on my hotel room door. Having heard of the potential therapeutic effects of my wheatgrass extract, he decided to check it out. Severely wasted and weakened, and only barely capable of slowly shuffling his feet and leaning heavily on his walking stick, I helped him step by step down the passage, where he fell, exhausted, into an armchair. Then, when he tried to stand unassisted, his weakness failed him forcing him to fall back into his chair. (See Video No. 1.)
Next, we see him regain significant muscular function only a few minutes after application of a wheatgrass extract to his skin. Given my 28 years use of the extract clinically, I thought this was likely due to reconnection of defective peripheral cellular receptors that have lost connection with the brain.
Video No. 1. Prior to application of wheatgrass extract to John’s right ankle. Note the severe muscular weakness and wasting of both legs. He can only just manage to stand, then falls back into his chair. (Compare with his significant improvement shown in Video No. 3, about fifteen minutes later.)
Then, aware the extract contained at least 20 ligands and having experienced a broad spectrum of wounds, injuries, and medical conditions over 28 years that had responded remarkably to it, I decided to test the extract on John’s right leg only. Less than a minute after spraying lightly over a small (coin size) area of his right soleus muscle at the medial side of his right ankle (Fig. 1.), I could feel warmth and strong, pulling muscular movements in his entire leg. Then, to even further amazement, less than a minute later, I could feel more strong "pulling" activity in his other leg. (The incident, unplanned and rapid in response to the extract was unexpected and unfilmed.)
Strangely, there appeared to be no problem with John's brain, which must have been functioning well for there to have been such rapid functional muscular recovery - in both legs.
When filmed palpating both John's legs, (Video No. 2) I clearly felt return of warmth, first in his right leg, then almost immediately after, in his left. I could also feel numerous, strong “jerking” movements in both his calves and thighs likely due to contractions by numerous recovering muscle cells .
Video No. 2. The wheatgrass extract has been applied, (approximately one minute earlier) over a coin-sized area of John’s soleus muscle, near to his right ankle, (See Fig. 1.) which was deliberately chosen because of its maximum distance from the brain.
John’s respiratory rate had also reduced considerably and his vocal strength and clarity improved, suggesting additional neurological improvement. Clearly, there had been comprehensive restoration of neuronal pathways from the periphery to his brain for this to occur.
(Click here to see a video showing recovery of a stroke-affected adult, almost immediately after application of the wheatgrass extract to his skin.)
In Video No. 3., five minutes after application of the wheatgrass extract, John is now walking, unassisted. Also, remarkable improvement of all limb movements, respiration, speech, and swallowing has occurred. Then, after discarding his walking stick, he walks, first cautiously, then with increasing confidence around the room, unaided. Clearly, numerous peripheral cellular receptors in both legs had regained connection with his brain.
Soon afterwards, John and his partner left, armed with oral and topical wheatgrass extract to continue the treatment. However, given the severity of his condition, I was concerned for his survival.
Video No. 4. In the car park.
Nine days later, to my amazement, John returns unexpectedly, having driven alone for several hours. Coincidentally being in the carpark when he arrived, I was amazed to see him walking with longer, more confident strides, marked improvement of facial expression, respiration and speech. He was still dependent upon his walking stick, but far more mobile than before.
He is then seen driving off - unaccompanied.
After returning to Australia, I was informed that John had passed away - six weeks after application of the extract. Given the severity of his muscular wasting at our first meeting, I was amazed he had survived for so long. Clearly, the wheatgrass extract did much to restore his neurological status, most likely by reactivating numerous dysfunctional cellular receptors. Perhaps, had he received the extract treatment at an earlier stage of his illness, he may have lived longer.
How does wheatgrass extract work?
The extract contains at least 20 ligands (Rhone Poulenc Laboratories, now Aventis) capable of reactivating gene expression of dysfunctional cellular receptors throughout the body. In "MND/ALS" patients, (and in many other medical conditions) it appears to rapidly reactivate dysfunctional cellular receptors by which re-connection to the brain occurs, as shown in this example:
Given the rapid response to wheatgrass extract, it appears the theory of MND/ALS has little to support it, and why effective treatment for the condition avoids discovery. Judging by the findings here, a dysfunctional brain is unlikely to be the cause of this life-threatening condition. Instead, the inability of numerous cellular receptors retaining connection with the brain is likely the cause. Here, wheatgrass extract ligands (at least 20 known), appear to have reactivated dysfunctional peripheral cellular receptors.
Professor Stephen Hawking
This famous scientist fought bravely against the motor neurone disease that challenged him for 55 years. Perhaps he too used a plant extract to help maintain connections between his peripheral cellular receptors and his brain, as wheatgrass extract appears to have done here.
Dr. Chris. L. Reynolds. (G.P.)