Bleeding: Stopped during tattoo removal (Video)

Wheatgrass extract is a potent hemostatic agent i.e. it helps stop superficial bleeding on or under the skin.

It also helps ease or relieves surface pain due to trauma, burns etc. and can even help reduce bleeding in internal conditions such as ulcerative colitis, when taken orally.

I have observed many cases when wheatgrass extract rapidly stopped superficial and deep tissue bleeding, frequently after sports injuries. One also sees reduced tissue swelling overnight and acceleration of injury recovery, simply by applying a little extract over injured area(s).

As far as I am aware, what you see in this video is unique. A tattooist, having caused capillary bleeding with his tattooing needle, sprays a little wheatgrass over the area. He then wipes it clean, and the bleeding has stopped.

Surgical and injury-caused bleeding can often lead to complications such as wound infection and anemia. In my own experience, applying wheatgrass extract over the operation site before a procedure, significantly reduces bleeding and blood clotting, prevents infection and accelerates the healing process.

View the video.

The bleeding has stopped and does not resume!

Clearly, wheatgrass has, in some way blocked small blood vessel supply to the area - an important phenomenon I have observed many times. For example when suturing wounds or reducing swelling due to injury .

It is very useful in the operating theatre, doctor's office or at sporting events for example. Almost invariably, minor injury recovery is accelerated. Also, ice packs should be avoided because they slow the blood circulation, subsequently slowing recovery.

Dr. Chris Reynolds.

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