When this footballer was kicked in the head, I ran out on the field immediately and applied wheatgrass extract over the large swelling (hematoma) that had already developed.
The photograph was taken 2 hours later, and no ice had been applied. The next morning, considering the intensity of the blow, neither swelling nor bruising was visible. Clearly, the extract has not only prevented further bleeding, but has also prompted absorption of the fluid that created the large bruise.
This is another example of "normalisation" of damaged tissue, where wheatgass extract re-activates damaged cell receptors that notify the brain of the injury, which then responds accordingly.
Wheatgrass extract, if applied soon after an injury, quickly stops bleeding underneath the skin and reduces swelling.
It is also very useful treatment for other injuries such as burns, before and after surgical procedures, falls in the elderly, and many more.
Dr. Chris Reynolds.