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Wheatgrass rapidly heals infected horse wounds

One day, I received the following interesting email out of the blue from a concerned horse lover in Mexico*:

"I run a horse rescue ranch here in Baja California, Mexico. Today we rescued a 5 month old colt who had been attacked by dogs a few days ago. He was found on a back road - he had large infected wounds on both sides of his face and on his left front leg.

The injury on the leg was so swollen that he couldn't bend this joint resulting in his being basically immobile. Tomorrow morning the vet is coming to clean and debride these nasty sores. I have recently begun to use your Dr. Wheatgrass Skin Recovery Cream on my forearm where I had some squamous cell carcinoma removed. As I applied it tonight, I started to think - if this has made such a difference in my wound, what could it do for this little colt? Dawn S."

We responded by sending a quantity of Dr Wheatgrass Skin Recovery Spray to Dawn. She then took the following photographs to document Agustin's remarkable wound recovery. Regarding the pre-wheatgrass treatment pics she had this to say:

"Anything white you see in the photos is a maggot or worm. When the wounds were sprayed post debridement with ether and iodine, thin white worms were crawling out of everywhere! He's much better today. He's getting penicillin, an oral paste for inflammation and pain, and cleaning each morning with Hydrogen Peroxide and Iodine and is packed with Furacin ointment in the afternoon."

When the wheatgrass spray treatment began, all other medications and dressings were stopped, so the healing you see below was all achieved by wheatgrass alone..

This series of photographs displays remarkably rapid healing of two of several wounds on the same animal.

Inside Left Front Leg

wheatgrass heals infected equine wound
  rapid healing of equine wound
Day 1. Pre-wheatgrass treatment. The wound prior to commencing treatment with Dr Wheatgrass Skin Recovery Spray.
  After 2 weeks wheatgrass treatment, the wound is completely debrided and clean and the wound has filled with healthy, revitalised tissue.
equine wound continues to heal rapidly with wheatgrass   wound almost healed with wheatgrass and new hair almost covers the surrounding skin
4 weeks wheatgrass. Note that wound has contracted significantly and new hair growth is covering what would normally be scar tissue.   9 weeks wheatgrass. Wound has completely filled with new tissue and almost healed. Note complete regrowth of hair and minimal scarring considering size of original wound.

Right cheek

equine facial wound heals quickly with wheatgrass   equine wound continues to heal with wheatgrass
Pre-wheatgrass treatment.   Day 21 wheatgrass treatment. Wound is one quarter its original size. Dry, clean surface.
horse facial wound fully healed in 7 weeks with wheatgrass 
Day 49 wheatgrass treatment. The wound is completely healed with minimal scarring.    

Discussion: During many years experience working with human wounds, wheatgrass invariably and dramatically hastened the healing of wounds due to injury, burns and other causes. The grossly infected equine wounds shown above were no exception.

This is not surprising when we know that the wound healing ability of wheatgrass and other cereal grasses was dramatically demonstrated when widely used in large hospitals in the United States in the 1930's. This case study is no exception and, because an animal is being treated, 'placebo effect' does not apply.

Dr. Chris Reynolds.

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