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Wheatgrass Research Article Summaries and Citations

Based on comprehensive scientific evidence and my own numerous clinical observations (>40,000) since 1995, wheatgrass and other cereal grasses appear to be capable of stimulating the activity of human growth factors. This process appears to facilitate natural healing processes such as hemostasis and hemolysis, wound, soft tissue and fracture healing, inflammation, various skin disorders and immune stimulation/modulation. The healing effects of wheatgrass are frequently attributed to chlorophyll, but I believe this hypothesis has little or no substance. The wheatgrass extract I use contains a barely detectable amount of chlorophyll, yet has a similar therapeutic profile as observed and recorded in numerous laboratory and clinical studies performed since the 1930's. There are clearly (many) other biologically active factors at work. These posts consist of summaries of research articles relating to wheatgrass and other cereal grasses dating from the 1930's. Dr. Chris Reynolds. M.B.,B.S.

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0119. Human growth hormone influences skin growth, development & repair

Growth hormone system: skin interactions Continue reading
Dr Wheatgrass Info | Sunday, October 05, 2014

0074. Wheatgrass extract heals leprosy ulcers

A novel topical application influences closure of plantar ulcers in leprosy patients: case studies in India Continue reading

Dr Wheatgrass Info | Monday, December 30, 2013

0102. Effect of wheat grass juice on wound healing

Effect of Triticum aestivum juice on wound healing in rats.  Continue reading

Dr Wheatgrass Info | Monday, August 26, 2013

0027. Chlorophyll for infected skin disorders and burns

Dermatologic evaluation of yeast, tyrothricin, chlorophyll and nitrofurazone.  Continue reading

Dr Wheatgrass Info | Tuesday, August 03, 2010

0060. Chronic skin ulcers

Treatment of chronic ulcers with chlorophyll: Review of a series of fifty cases. Continue reading

Dr Wheatgrass Info | Thursday, February 25, 2010

0001. Biological activities of chlorophyll derivatives

Biological activities of chlorophyll derivatives. Continue reading
Dr Wheatgrass Info | Friday, April 17, 2009

0012. Therapeutic benefits of chlorophyll

Chlorophyll - its therapeutic place in acute and suppurative disease. Continue reading
Dr Wheatgrass Info | Tuesday, April 07, 2009

0002. Chlorophyll in the treatment of skin ulcers

Chlorophyll in the treatment of ulcers. Gahan, E., Kline, P., Finkle, T. Arch. Derm. & Syphilo. 1943. 47:849-851.

Background: Ulcers of the skin are wounds with a central depression and sometimes “heaped up” borders. They can be caused by a number of factors, but usually start with an incidental or noticeable injury that is made worse by a disease process. Diseases such as diabetes or leprosy also prevent ulcers from properly healing. Proper healing of skin requires the formation of granulation tissue, which forms the foundation of new skin. Over time, this defect in the skin can be a focus of infection. Infection further complicates the healing process. Continue reading

Dr Wheatgrass Info | Sunday, March 15, 2009

0026. Wound infection, ulcers, burns, abscesses etc.

Chlorophyll in wound healing and suppurative disease. Continue reading
Dr Wheatgrass Info | Sunday, March 15, 2009

0004. Burns, wounds and ulcers

Chlorophyll and wound healing. Experimental and clinical study. Continue reading
Dr Wheatgrass Info | Sunday, March 15, 2009

 

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