Animals: Rapid healing of horse skin wounds

Horse Wound # 1. Healed in 7 weeks The animal below suffered a large full thickness wound after skin was torn off by a sharp object protruding from a wire fence. Just 7 weeks after twice weekly application of wheatgrass extract, rapid healing is obvious. Note how clean the wound is,…

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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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Skin: Slow healing graft heals rapidly

This skin graft has been treated by orthodox methods for six weeks. Clearly, it is healing very slowly and has an unhealthy, poorly perfused surface due to inadequate blood supply. (Fig. 1) Fig. 1. Skin graft before wheatgrass Wheatgrass extract was then applied to the wound surface. Only 2 days…

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Wheatgrass is an effective healing herb

How to achieve best results It is important to apply or take wheatgrass in small amounts. Not because it is harmful, (it is very safe, even for children) but because a little goes a long way. For example, for wound healing and skin disorders such as eczema and topical steroid…

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Learn about wheatgrass healing

Wheatgrass and other cereal grasses have been used successfully for healing wounds and many other conditions for several thousand years. In the 1930’s (pre-antibiotic era), cereal grass juice saved the lives of large numbers of US military personnel suffering from life-threatening, war-caused wound infections. In these pages you will find…

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Skin: Infected diabetic wound healed

A difficult, complicated wound-healing challenge This 55 y.o. non-insulin dependent diabetic female suffered a severe injury to her knee. After closure with 26 sutures (stitches), the wound soon became infected and re-opened as shown in the top photo. After two weeks’ standard treatment, most of the sutures had ruptured causing severe…

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Wounds: Apply wheatgrass extract

When I look back, I wonder how I ever managed to practice medicine without wheatgrass extract. As a general practitioner, there are so many ways it can be put to use. For instance, wound healing, burns and soft tissue injuries, earache and high fever in children. Side effects are rare….

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