Burns testimonials (36 )

Laser burns Hi Sanket, Thanx for asking, i am fine and doing good. Yes, I started spraying from 28th of August. Firstly I want to say that Dr. Wheatgrass spray is magical. All my bumps which left after laser, they disappeared after 3rd use of this spray. I am so…

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Wheatgrass extract saves a child burn victim’s life

Impoverished Indian child recovers from extensive burns A tiny hovel on the outskirts of a dusty provincial town in Madhyar Pradesh State in India is home to an impoverished family of six. Dirt floors, no sanitation, no beds (they sleep on the floor) and no electricity. Sun-baked cow dung seals…

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Wheatgrass extract accelerates burn healing

An accidental burn at work A young waitress ran in to my surgery screaming with pain. She had just spilled boiling hot soup over her hand while working at a nearby restaurant. The burn looked serious. A large area of her palm was bright red, swollen and already beginning to…

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For minor burns, use warm water, not cold. (Research)

First-aid with warm water delays burn progression and increases skin survival M. Tobalemf, Y. Harderf, E. Tschanz, V. Speidel, B. Pittet-Cuénod, R. Wettstein Summary First aid treatment for thermal injuries with cold water removes heat and decreases inflammation. However, perfusion in the ischemic zone surrounding the coagulated core can be…

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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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Chlorophyll for skin infections and burns

Dermatologic evaluation of yeast, tyrothricin, chlorophyll and nitrofurazone. Johnson, H. 1948. Arch. Dermatol. Syph. 57:348-351 Background: Dermatologists have a number of powerful drugs at their disposal to treat infections of the skin. Generally speaking, however, the more powerful the drug, the worse the side effects are for the patient. Researchers…

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Chlorophyll attributed with wound healing ability

Chlorophyll in wound healing and suppurative disease. Bowers, W. 1947. Am. J. Surg. 1947;73:37-50. Lieutenant Colonel Bowers of the US Army reports on the use of water-soluble derivatives of chlorophyll in over 400 cases over a period of nine months. He (and colleagues) noted several major effects, notably: loss of odour associated with…

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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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