Neurological: Stroke & spasticity improvement

Video 1: Case No. 1.
View wheatgrass extract recovering joint movements in a stroke patient, 7 years after the event. Only a small amount of wheatgrass extract was applied to the patient's hand. He regained almost 100% hand movement ten minutes after application.
Regular follow-up was continued for several years, when he was filmed mowing the lawn and kicking a soccer ball with his affected foot, but no longer applying the wheatgrass extract. After about three years, his original symptoms began to return.

Video 1: Case No. 2. (Follows Case No. 1.)
A young child with meningitis-related spastic rigidity regains a degree of voluntary movement and reflexes within minutes of wheatgrass application to affected limbs. Although no follow-up was possible under the circumstances, the apparent neural re-connection did occur, nonetheless.

These two incidents call for a closer look at what the extract can achieve neurologically by what appears to be due to neuronal re-coupling. See: My theory on how wheatgrass extract heals.

Videos #1 & 2 Discussion

In the first case study, motor recovery in the patient's stroke-affected hand (7 years earlier) occurred about 10 minutes after applying wheatgrass extract to his "permanently" clenched hand. Several days later, the cream was applied to his paralysed shoulder and hip, both of which recovered movement within minutes.

One week after the hand recovery, I had myself filmed at the clinic (by the patient's wife) applying wheatgrass extract to the patient's ankle and foot. Note that at the beginning, he is walking on the side of his foot. Watch closely and you can actually see the arch of the bottom of his foot flattening out as he stands up and walks across the room - without his walking stick.

The second case is a post-meningitis child who suffered from severe, generalised limb spasticity. As you can see in the video, she regained voluntary flexion in her knee joint soon after applying the wheatgrass extract over the joint.

It appears that in both patients, wheatgrass extract assisted or caused re-connection of neural pathways from the periphery to the brain.

Video #3:
View this elderly stroke patient with left hemiplegia regain some right arm movement plus improvement in mobility after several applications of wheatgrass extract to stroke-affected areas.

Dr. Chris Reynolds.

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