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0115. The demise of chlorophyll and a fresh look at wheatgrass therapy

The Demise of Chlorophyll and A Fresh Look At Wheatgrass Therapy

Reynolds, C. Journal of the Australian Integrative Medicine Association.  2004 Continue reading

Dr Wheatgrass Info | Monday, January 13, 2014

0029. Is Chlorophyllin a healer? A hypothesis for its activity

Chlorophyllin—a Healer? A Hypothesis for its Activity
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Dr Wheatgrass Info | Monday, January 13, 2014

0053. Chlorophyllin injection aids in lymph node identification and shortens surgery time

Identification of pelvic lymph nodes with chlorophyllin after injection into the uterine cervix: An experimental and clinical study. Continue reading

Dr Wheatgrass Info | Tuesday, August 24, 2010

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

0001. Biological activities of chlorophyll derivatives

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

0047. Chlorophyll and wound healing

The effect of the topical application of several substances on the healing of experimental cutaneous wounds. Continue reading
Dr Wheatgrass Info | Tuesday, March 17, 2009

0023. Properties of chlorophyll

Chlorophyll: an experimental study of its water-soluble derivatives. I. remarks upon the history, chemistry, toxicity and antibacterial poperties of water-soluble chlorophyll derivatives as therapeutic agents. Continue reading
Dr Wheatgrass Info | Tuesday, March 17, 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
 

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