Diabetic foot ulcer heals

Fig. 1. Diabetic forefoot ulcer present in a 49 yo male for 4 YEARS . Unresponsive to orthodox treatment. Commenced daily application of wheatgrass extract. Note hematoma (blood clot) bulging upwards from ulcer centre.   Fig. 2. Same patient  after 2 weeks’ application of wheatgrass solution.  Note that the hematoma has…

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Diabetic foot ulcer heals in 2 months

Fig. 1. Diabetic forefoot ulcer present 4 months in a 49 yo male. Unresponsive to orthodox treatment. Commenced daily application of Wheatgrass extract. Note hematoma (blood clot) bulging upwards from ulcer centre. Fig. 2. Same patient  after 2 days’ application of wheatgrass solution.  Note that the hematoma has burst, blood…

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Healing diabetic ulcers

I am a 52-year old Type 2 diabetic, with peripheral neuropathy and a rare bullosis diabeticorum complication. Related to this condition, I developed a lower leg ulcer, underwent wound debridement surgery on June 15th which left an open wound approximately 5 cm x 8 cm, and spent 10 days in…

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Healing leg ulcers when nothing else works

Leg ulcers are very common. They affect approximately 1% of Australians and can often be very difficult to heal. In fact, many never do. There are a number of underlying causes of leg ulcers such as diabetes, poor circulation, varicose veins, trauma etc. The treatment of these ulcers varies from…

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Healing of diabetic foot ulcer (“Charcot Foot”)

This 75 year old woman suffered from a recurring abscess (actually a foot ulcer due to diabetes) for many years. She wrote: “Prior to the purchase of your spray I was using Medi-Honey or calcium alginate, alternating. The appearance was pink skin with little exudate (“leakage of body fluid”). I have…

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Healing of diabetic foot ulcers

Diabetic foot ulcers are common in both Type 1 (insulin-dependent) and Type 2 (non-insulin-dependent diabetes) and can lead to considerable disability. Because of the absence of suitable treatments, these ulcers tend to recur and often lead to amputation to part of the affected leg or even to the death of…

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How my orthodox medical head was turned towards cereal grass therapy

The first time I ever used wheatgrass medically was in 1995. In fact, it was another cereal grass i.e. rye grass extract, that I used! I visited a bed-ridden ex-bookmaker in his nineties suffering from numerous medical conditions including leg (venous) ulcers. He well knew his time was almost up….

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Leprosy ulcers heal – a medical breakthrough

The terrorist attacks in downtown Mumbai having recently shaken the world, arriving at the International Airport soon afterwards made caused a degree of apprehension. But, terrorists or no, I was determined to complete my mission: to learn as much as I could about leprosy during my brief stay in India….

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Venous eczema due to poor circulation healed by wheatgrass after numerous failed treatments

Dr. Chris Reynolds’ comment: This is a truly remarkable example of how quickly and effectively wheatgrass extract can restore blood circulation and relieve pain in patients with venous ulcers and “eczema” (skin flaking), for which there is no known, effective pharmaceutical remedy. With the ever-increasing ageing of the world’s population,…

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