Pain: Aphthous ulcers (Canker sores)

Aphthous ulcers (canker sores) are commonly related to stress. Hence the nickname “stress ulcers”. Stress can suppress the body’s immune status by raising levels of naturally produced steroids in the blood. This can result in a number of disorders including mouth or aphthous ulcers. These ulcers are usually quite painful,…

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Pain: Plantar fasciitis (painful heel)

Plantar Fasciitis My approach to treating many medical problems is quite different to orthodox methods. For many, I use wheatgrass extract instead. For example, plantar fasciitis. Having observed some rather startling results where patients had recovered, in some cases overnight, from chronic, severely painful and disabling heel pain, I was…

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Injury: Fractures healed & pain relieved by wheatgrass

A young boy with a broken arm This nine year old boy fell off the playgym at school and fractured his elbow. It was not badly displaced, but very swollen and painful. The fracture was reduced, the limb immobilised and wheatgrass extract applied several times over and around the exposed elbow. On…

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Pain: Muscle cramps eased

Everyone’s had a cramped muscle at some time or other, but for many sufferers, they occur frequently, causing distressful pain that is almost impossible to relieve. Cramps often occur in: •    The elderly – about 30% over age 60 and 50% over 80 – mostly at night. They are often…

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Second degree burns pain eased and are healed faster with wheatgrass extract. 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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Pain: Anal fissure relief from wheatgrass extract

What is anal fissure? Fig. 1. Anal fissure is a split in the anal wall as shown here. What causes anal fissure? There are various reasons why fissures develop. For instance, constipation, hard bowel motions, diarrhea, inflammation, reduced blood flow to the anal region, poor bowel habits and even ‘spicy’…

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Relieving aches, pains & stiffness in the elderly

Elderly people suffering from niggling aches and pains, stiffness, back pain etc., should be able to relieve their pain and enjoy their quality of life to the full. Pain-reducing (analgesic) drugs such as paracetamol (Panadol/ Tylenol) and anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen (Brufen) and diclofenac (Voltaren), may provide relief for…

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Pain: Achilles tendonitis

What is Achilles tendonitis? It is a common, painful disorder caused by inflammation of the Achilles tendon, which attaches the muscles from the back of the lower leg to the heel as shown here: Tendonitis is common among runners, ballet dancers and many other athletes. However, it can also cause…

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