Burns: 2nd degree. Published clinical study

Wheatgrass heals second-degree burns In 2014, the Burns Unit at Choithram Private Hospital, Indore, India tested wheatgrass extract for its effect on second degree burns in children. The extract stopped pain quickly, accelerated healing, prevented infection, reduced scarring and eliminated life-threatening bacteria. The following summary speaks well for wheatgrass in recovering…

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Burns: 2nd-degree. Pain-free, heals quickly

This patient accidentally burned herself on a hot stove top. The original burn (at left) is quite deep, inflamed and open, making it prone to infection – a common complication of burns. After one week’s treatment with wheatgrass extract, (once daily) the wound is completely healed with new skin coverage….

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Burns: Severe. Radiotherapy caused, recover rapidly,

Severe radiation burn showing raw, open wound 3 days after last treatment. Patient in severe pain with no relief from Sorbolene cream). (1 Feb. 2016) Same day. Marked radiation burn over treated area. Note light coloured horizontal scar from initial melanoma excision one year ago. Same day, after shower. Wheatgrass extract…

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Burns: Severe contracture recovery

An extraordinary physical response to wheatgrass extract This young man presented at a burns clinic in Indore, India, for review, having suffered severe burns to the front of his chest and shoulders in an industrial accident three months earlier. He had developed severe scarring and contracture of muscles and tendons…

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Burns: Second degree, rapid recovery

Burn Case No. 1. In this case, wheatgrass has healed a large second degree burn in just 7 days. Note: If using wheatgrass for treatment of a burn, it is important to APPLY IT IMMEDIATELY. Do not soak the burn in cold water. Experience shows that wheatgrass initiates healing of…

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Burns: Wheatgrass assists healing

Efficacy and tolerability of Fitostimoline in two different forms (soaked gauzes and cream) and Citrizan Gel in the topical treatment of second-degree superficial cutaneous burns. Martini, P., Mazzatenta, C. & Saponati, G. (2011) Derm. Res. and Practice; 2011, 1-8. Background: Fitostimoline is a topically applied agent whose main active ingredient…

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Chlorophyll for skin infections and burns

Dermatologic evaluation of yeast, tyrothricin, chlorophyll and nitrofurazone. Johnson, H. 1948. Arch. Dermatol. Syph. 57:348-351 Background: Dermatologists have a number of powerful drugs at their disposal to treat infections of the skin. Generally speaking, however, the more powerful the drug, the worse the side effects are for the patient. Researchers…

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Burns, wounds and ulcer healing by chlorophyll

Chlorophyll and wound healing. Experimental and clinical study. Lam, C., Brush, B. 1950 Am. J. Surg. 8:204-210. 1950. Chlorophyll was used in an experiment with cutaneous wounds in guinea pigs, and in treating dermatome donor sites, clinical burns and surgical wounds and ulcers in human patients. Wound healing in guinea pigs showed…

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Research Page TEST

Wheatgrass research articles Collapse These research articles reveal only a few of the numerous and remarkable therapeutic benefits of cereal grasses. Many of them have been attributed to chlorophyll, but there is no evidence to support this theory. In fact, there is no chlorophyll present in the wheatgrass extract I use therapeutically. There…

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