Wounds: Wheatgrass extract heals 7 “unhealable” leprosy ulcers

Leprosy Ulcer Study, India 2020-21

Introduction

Leprosy, caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium leprae, frequently affects skin and peripheral nerves, predisposing the skin to the formation of indolent, incurable ulceration, particularly of the hands and feet. As the affected skin is anaesthetised, the patient is unable to feel the pain. Once this happens, an ulcer readily forms which can last the patient's lifetime. Many persist for 30 years or more.

Procedures like skin grafting can help but there is no effective medical treatment available. Even if the leprosy is cured, the ulcers tend to persist.

Method

This study was conducted in Indore, India, where an extract of wheatgrass sprouts was sprayed on the surface of chronic leprous ulcers, once a month and covered with a light dressing. Dressings were changed daily. No other treatment was used.

Results - 7 Cases

Case: B3 Age: 60 (F) Ulcer duration: 20yr (Sole of left foot)

Leprosy

Day 1

4 months 21 days

8 months

Case: A3 Age: 65 (M) Ulcer duration: 15yr (Left foot)

Leprosy on foot

Day 1

1 months 20 days

7 months 14 days

Case: B1 Age: 60 (F) Ulcer duration: 15yr (Right foot)

Leprosy on foot

Day 1

2 months

4 months 5 days

Case: A1 Age: 50 (M) Ulcer duration: 1yr (Left hand)

Leprosy left hand

Day 1

2 months 15 days

3 months 23 days

Case: A3 Age: 65 (M) Ulcer duration: 15yr (Right ankle)

Leprosy on ankle

Day 1

1 months 20 days

3 months 23 days

Case: B4 Age: 80 (M) Ulcer duration: 5yr (Left hand)

Leprosy left hand

Day 1

15 days

2 months 17 days

Case: A5 Age: 62 (F) Ulcer duration: 3 months (Left hand)

Leprosy ulcer on hand

Day 1

15 days

1 month 20 days

Discussion

The difficulty of healing skin ulcers caused by the leprosy bacterium is widely known, but modern medicine is yet to find a solution to the problem.

Clearly, all seven leprous ulcers in this study, considered "untreatable" for a number of years, have healed completely after several monthly applications of wheat grass extract. (See details on photographs.)

lobal prevalence of leprosy is approximately estimated at 127,506  (W.H.O. 2021) Many of these leprosy ulcer patients could be relieved of their skin ulcers as well as avoid amputation, if wheatgrass extract applied to their wounds, just ONCE A MONTH. 

W.H.O. states there were 202,256 new leprosy cases registered globally in 2019. 

Dr. C. L. Reynolds. M.B.,B.S.
Queensland. Australia.

(Email: info@wheatgrasshealing.info)

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