Dr Wheatgrass Introduction
Since 1995 I have successfully used a specially formulated Dr Wheatgrass extract for both topical and systemic use in numerous medical conditions in approximately 30,000 patients attending my clinic. Many of my clinical observations are supported by both formal clinical trials and anecdotal evidence from a number of sources.
I have little doubt that my Dr Wheatgrass extract works as a natural immunomodulator assisting
the body to heal itself. This concept would most likely be anathema to most practising doctors, as it was to me before I discovered for myself how important it can be in healing. Since then, my use of standard pharmaceuticals has reduced dramatically. Many more of my patients recover more quickly, adverse effects are virtually non-existent, and my sense of fulfilment as a doctor, absent for many disillusioned years tied to pharmaceutical-based medical
practice, has been rekindled.
Any health practitioner or lay person can help his or her patients or friends with the information available on these pages. Dr Wheatgrass, in cream or liquid form, is a safe, general purpose active healing agent that can significantly facilitate the work of hands-on health professionals. Taken orally, it can significantly boost the immune system and help prevent disease.
Numerous clinical observations such as rapid re-epithelialisation of wounds, burns and fracture healing suggest that Dr Wheatgrass probably works by activating growth factors. There are four main areas in which it excels:
- As an anti-inflammatory
- As a wound healer
- As a hemostatic/hemolytic agent
- As a skin & connective tissue softener
There are many clinical uses for Dr Wheatgrass products, predominantly as a first aid salve and topical painkiller, where, to my understanding it has no peers. Use it sparingly, not because it is harmful, but because a little goes a long way. For heightened conditions, it is best to
apply Dr Wheatgrass as soon as practicable after an injury or start of symptoms.
There are a number of medical and surgical specialties, particularly plastic and general surgery, dermatology, orthopedics and burns units, where many patients could greatly benefit if Dr Wheatgrass was used as a healing agent. For example, in post-operative wound healing, post-laser therapy, healing and pain management in fractures and, most importantly in my view, in the treatment of burns.
Dr Wheatgrass has been used either internally or externally for centuries as a therapeutic substance and is known to have a powerful and positive effect on the immune system. Unlike some immune stimulants such as echinacea which can sometimes have adverse effects and should not be taken over long periods, Dr Wheatgrass is very safe and can be taken indefinitely. However, some individuals cannot tolerate
the taste and can become nauseous at times. Its use can also result in outstanding and sometimes quite phenomenal therapeutic outcomes. Adverse effects, if they occur, are extremely rare.
The following pages outline some successful clinical experiences with Dr Wheatgrass. Of course it does not work every time, but nothing does. All it needs is an open mind and a degree of imagination to discover how useful it can be for your patients.
Because Dr Wheatgrass has such a broad spectrum of activity, there is no individual who could not in some way benefit from the healing properties of Dr Wheatgrass.
Numerous clinical uses for Dr Wheatgrass are well known. They have been recorded frequently since the 1930's when Dr Wheatgrass and other cereal grasses were intensively researched in the US and Japan. More information about the science and the therapeutic effects of Dr Wheatgrass can be found here