STROKE 1. Recovery of paralysed limbs. 2. Young child’s spasticity reduced. 3. Improved movement by stroke patient

Video 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, shoulder and ankle on the affected side.

Video 2: (Continuation of Video 1) A young child with meningitis-related spastic rigidity regains some voluntary movement and reflexes within minutes of wheatgrass application to affected limbs.

In the first case study, motor recovery in the patient’s stroke-affected hand from 7 years earlier occurred about 10 minutes after applying wheatgrass extract (Dr Wheatgrass Skin Recovery Cream) to tightly stiffened joints. Several days later, the cream was applied to the patient’s stroke-affected shoulder and hip, both of which recovered movement. A day or two later, you can see almost immediate recovery occurring in the patient’s ankle and foot movements (he was previously walking on the side of his foot and you can actually see the foot flattening as he walks) just a few minutes after wheatgrass application to the affected area.

The second case shows a post-meningitis child left with severe, generalised limb spasticity regaining voluntary flexion in her knee joint by applying the same wheatgrass extract. It may seem infeasible, but in both patients, because each affected joint recovered after separate applications to each spinal segmental region, it seems possible that wheatgrass extract may have assisted the re-connection of various neural pathways from the periphery to the brain.

Video 3: Left hemiplegia patient regains arm movement and improvement in mobility by applying wheatgrass extract over affected joints.

Dr. Chris Reynolds.