Diabetic foot ulcer healing. 7 Cases

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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Chlorophyll: Therapeutic benefits

Chlorophyll – its therapeutic place in acute and suppurative disease. Preliminary report of clinical use and rationale. Gruskin B. Am. J. Surg. Jul 1940;49-55 Elimination of bacterial infections relies on two approaches: •    destruction of bacteria by administering certain chemical compounds, and/or •    building up the body’s resistance to bacteria….

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About Wheatgrass Healing Wheatgrass can help heal many conditions such as diabetic and venous leg ulcers, radiotherapy burns and topical steroid addiction. Wheatgrass has been used for healing since ancient times. More recently, in the 1930’s, before antibiotics were discovered, wheatgrass (and other cereal grasses) saved many patients with life-threatening infections. Many other…

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Diabetic ulcer healed with wheatgrass

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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Injuries testimonials (43)

Important: To get the most out of these testimonials, first read Dr. Chris’ article “Sports Injuries – Forget the ice, use wheatgrass!”. They will then make a lot more sense. »» Ask Dr. Chris about treating sports injuries with wheatgrass Injury Testimonials Achilles tendonitis Ankle fracture Another sports trainer’s opinion…

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How to apply or take wheatgrass for best results

Having succeeded since 1995 in using wheatgrass therapeutically for many thousands of patients, I have also learned much from those who have benefited from it via my “Ask Dr Chris” online “Global Clinic”, as well as from numerous  testimonials I’ve received from around the world. Although my theory of how wheatgrass…

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Diabetic foot ulcer (“Charcot’s Foot”)

A 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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