Thalassemia: Wheatgrass induces fetal hemoglobin increase

Thalassemia: Wheatgrass Shows Promise As An Effective Inducer Of Fetal Hemoglobin Reynolds, C. Australasian Integrative Med. Assoc. August, 2004. Background: Thalassemia is a genetic disorder where haemoglobin, which carries oxygen throughout the body is not made correctly.  There are a number of different types of thalassemias, which can vary in…

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Thalassemia: Wheatgrass assists iron chelation

The role of iron chelation activity of wheat grass juice in blood transfusion requirement of intermediate thalassaemia. Mukhopadhyay. S., Mukhopadhyay. A., Gupta. P., Kar. M., Ghosh. A. 2007 Am. Soc. Hematol. Ann. Background: The authors noted there was no satisfactory explanation for reduced blood transfusion requirements in thalassemia major patients…

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Grass juice stimulates growth in laboratory rats

Kohler G, Elvehjem C, Hart E. Science. 1936. 445 Growth of rats increases on a diet of milk produced on summer pasture compared with milk produced from winter feeding conditions. i.e. fodder. When grass juice was added to the winter milk diet, growth doubled from 2 to 4 grams a day….

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Research

Wheatgrass research articles Collapse This collection of research articles covers only a few of the many therapeutic benefits of cereal grasses. Many have been attributed to chlorophyll, but there is no evidence available to support this theory. In fact, there is no chlorophyll present in the wheatgrass extract I use therapeutically….

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WG Resellers

Australian Company, Wheatgrass Pty. Ltd. produces a potent biologically active extract derived from freshly cut wheatgrass sprouts. It is significantly more potent than freshly cut wheatgrass juice and is sold internationally under the “Dr Wheatgrass” brand. These products are available online in:- Australia USA/Mexico Canada Hong Kong India/United Arab Emirates…

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Molluscum contagiosum – (children) (215 testimonials)

Ask Dr. Chris about molluscum contagiosum Why you should consider using wheatgrass for molluscum contagiosum Molluscum case Molluscum – Cantharone (beetle juice) skin damage. Molluscum Testimonials Literally magic. My daughter had molluscum for a year before we heard about the antioxidant spray. We had seen a GP and a paediatric…

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Cases & Conditions

How to use wheatgrass extract for healing Collapse Less is best. Use wheatgrass extract sparingly and don’t apply it every day. Once a week is usually enough. For long-standing (chronic) conditions, e.g. diabetic foot ulcers, apply extract once a month. Persevere. e.g. Leg ulcers may take several months to heal. This…

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Skin: Molluscum contagiosum. 2 cases

A mother’s molluscum testimonial “Just wanted to drop you a line and say a huge thank you. Initially I thought my four year old daughter was developing skin tags, but very quickly the lumps and bumps quickly developed all over her stomach, groin and legs.  After one got badly infected…

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