Chlorophyll and oral infections

The use of water soluble chlorophyll in oral sepsis. An experimental study of 300 cases. Goldberg S. 1943. Am. J. Surg. 1943;62:117-123. Water soluble chlorophyll was used to treat mouth infections and following dramatic and satisfactory early results, over 300 cases of Vincent’s stomatitis and pyorrhea have been treated. In pyorrhea the use of…

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Rye cereal grass extract improves HIV/AIDS patients’ quality of life

Oralmat and HIV Disease: A Report of Five Cases Rubin, D., Levine, S. J. Orthomol.Med, 16(3), 183-187, 2001. Background: Oralmat™ is made from rye grass extract and has similar therapeutic effects to all cereal grasses. It has been used to treat asthma, bronchitis, emphysema and hay fever.  It has also been…

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