Skin: “Incurable” venous leg ulcers heal in 9 weeks

65 y.o. male. Venous eczema 2 years. In constant pain. Unresponsive to numerous treatments. Poor blood circulation. Wheatgrass extract applied twice weekly. After 5 weeks’ wheatgrass treatment, note reduced swelling and skin flaking. The patient is pain-free. 9 weeks wheatgrass. Marked reduction of swelling & skin almost normal. No skin flaking,…

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Skin wounds: Venous leg ulcers. 3 cases

Introduction Leg (venous) ulcers are very common, and increase in number as the aged population increases. For instance, they affect approximately 1% of Australians, and can often be very difficult to heal. Many never do. There are a number of underlying causes of leg ulcers such as diabetes, poor circulation,…

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