Grass juice factor

Evidence for an unidentified growth factor(s) from alfalfa and other plant sources. Lakhanpal,R., Davis, J., Typpo, J., Briggs, G. 1966. J, Nutr. 89(3):341-346 Factor(s) important for growth in guinea pigs were found in alfalfa, broccoli and grass clippings. They may or may not be related to the ‘grass juice factor’, but are organic in nature…

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The “Grass Juice Factor”

The relation of the ‘grass juice factor’ to guinea pig nutrition. Kohler, G., Elvehjem, C., Hart, E. 1938. J. Nutr. 1938 Vol15. 5:445-459 Guinea pigs were fed on winter milk or milk plus supplement. The winter milk was deficient in one or more essential factors necessary for normal development, and the animals faded…

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“Grass juice factor” in plant and animal materials

Randle S, Sober H, Kohler G.  J. Nutr. 1940. 20:459-466 Guinea pigs were fed on winter milk plus various supplements. Those fed on a supplement rich in the grass juice factor (rye grass) showed strong growth. Various plants were assayed for the grass juice factor. Based on average weight gain in guinea pigs…

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Wheatgrass reduces transfusion requirements in thalassemia

The role of iron chelation activity of wheatgrass juice in blood transfusion requirement of intermediate thalassaemia. Mukhopadhyay. S., Mukhopadhyay. A., Ranjan. R., Gupta. P., Kar. M., Ghosh. A. Blood 2007 110:3829;. Abstract Background: Previously it was thought that the chlorophyll of wheat grass (Triticum aestivum) may be the substitute of haemoglobin of…

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Dr Wheatgrass Supershots (47 testimonials)

Acquired brain injury and stroke Anxiety, bipolar disorder & attention deficit disorder Asthma & emphysema Breast cancer Chemotherapy Cholesterol reduction Chronic fatigue Colds and flu Energy boost Glandular fever Hepatitis C, liver cirrhosis recovery High blood pressure HIV/AIDS Idiopathic short stature Idiopathic thrombocytic purpura Immunity boost Inflammatory bowel disease; Iron…

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Wounds: How wheatgrass (probably) accelerates healing

Orthodox method of wound management Exudate is the clear liquid that “leaks” from a wound surface. It supplies essential nutrients to cells involved in the wound-healing process. (1) if allowed to dry, it can adhere to the overlying wound dressing making it difficult to remove. However, if wheatgrass extract is…

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Wheatgrass extract heals leprosy ulcers

A novel topical application influences closure of plantar ulcers in leprosy patients: Case studies in India.  Reynolds, C. L., Reynolds, S. J., Vardharajan, J.  L.Sci. Healing Outcomes. 2014. Vol. 6. No. 22. 11-17 (Complete article) Abstract Objective: To determine the effect of a topical wheatgrass application on closure of chronic leprosy-related…

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