What is Wheatgrass?
Wheatgrass is young sprouted wheat (Triticum aestivum). Despite being in the wheat family, wheatgrass contains no gluten so those who are gluten-intolerant can safely use it.
How is Wheatgrass Used?
Wheatgrass has been used therapeutically for centuries. It is most commonly associated with "wheatgrass shots" where the young wheatgrass is juiced and taken as a nutritional supplement.
Today, as well as shots and powders, it is available in creams, gels and sprays for topical application to treat a wide range of skin conditions.
What has wheatgrass been used to treat?In the 1930's it became widely known as a low cost, effective agent in post-operative wound healing and the treatment of burns. In more recent years it has been the subject of much study, particularly by Dr. Chris Reynolds M.B.,B.S. who has used it to treat literally thousands of patients for a wide range of conditions.
Wheatgrass has been used successfully to treat:
What has wheatgrass been used to treat?
In Australia we are fortunate to have the Dr Wheatgrass range of products. This range was developed by Dr Chris Reynolds, an Australian doctor who has been in medical practice for over 25 years. After seeing the ineffectiveness and adverse side-effects of so many modern drugs, he was initially surprised at the incredible healing properties of Wheat Grass. Further clinical observation and research led him to develop this highly effective product range.
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