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The one juice that cancer cells Just can't swallow!
For some folks, the word 'wheatgrass' conjures up images
of juice bars and health food stores filled with, well, health
But have you ever wondered just what it is and why so many
folks are so eager to chug down wheatgrass concoctions? They
know what they're doing, so please keep reading. . .
Wheatgrass is typically sold as a juice made from the young
grass of the wheat plant. Health food stores may sell the produce
itself or products such as wheatgrass tablets, powder or frozen
As for why the plant has so many fans a major reason is that
it packs a punch when it comes to nutrient density!
Wheatgrass contains at least 13 vitamins as well as all 21
amino acids (including the 9 "essential" amino acids that your
body is unable to make for itself). You need all of these
nutrients to power up your immune system to protect you from
Plus it's a rich source of the plant pigment chlorophyll.
This amazing body detoxifier provides the perfect alkaline
balance for the acidic foods Americans commonly eat.
It is this combination of nutrients that many people believe
is the secret to optimal health. And here's why many folks are
convinced that wheatgrass could be an effective cancer treatment,
How can wheatgrass help cancer patients?
According to the Livestrong organization, chemotherapy
treatments may suppress bone marrow activity, which can cause:
A decreased capacity for carrying oxygen throughout your
body Insufficient blood cells to boost your immune system
Decreased blood clotting ability
This condition is called myelotoxicity and it significantly
compromises a cancer patient's immune system.
But wheatgrass juice may be able to boost low levels of
white blood cells, helping to prevent this condition from
This claim is supported by a 2007 study published in
Nutrition and Cancer involving 60 breast cancer patients under-
going chemotherapy treatments.
Researchers found that patients receiving a daily serving
of wheatgrass juice during the first three cycles of chemotherapy
experienced a significant reduction in myelotoxicity.
These patients also had a reduced need for drugs to help
boost their white blood cell production.
Another study showed that wheatgrass juice could be an
effective alternative to blood transfusions for terminally ill
cancer patients. I'm not quite ready to buy into that, but
studies suggest wheatgrass provides abundant benefits to the
blood even if it's not quite a direct substitute for red blood
In a study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology,
researchers examined the effects of wheatgrass juice on 348
terminally ill cancer patients at the Netaji Subhash Chandra
Bose Cancer Research Institute in India.
Researchers wanted to know if the plant juice could help
improve hemoglobin levels, serum protein and overall patient
They found that these patients experienced significant
improvement in total protein & albumin levels.
Although white blood cell and platelet counts remained
the same, the patients' overall health performance increased
from 50 percent to 70 percent!
But wheatgrass has the potential to do far more than
work as a complementary cancer treatment.
Peek inside Mother Nature's medicine cabinet!
According to the respected Hippocrates Health Institute,
proponents of wheatgrass use it to treat a wide variety of
health disorders. For example, anecdotal evidence suggests
Cleanse your colon when juice is held in the lower bowel
for about 20 minutes. This is done by inserting a rectal
implant that contains a small amount of juice.
Detoxify your liver to protect you from pollutants and
Freshen breath when juice is used to gargle.
Lessen the effects of radiation through its enzyme SOD,
an anti-inflammatory compound that may prevent cell
Mend damaged hair and itchy scalp when rubbed into the
scalp before shampooing.
Protect your brain and organs by neutralizing heavy metal
toxins such as cadmium and mercury, as well as other
toxins such as nicotine.
Reduce blood pressure by dilating pathways blood travels
throughout your body.
Restore proper pH balance to your body by improving blood
Treat gastrointestinal problems such as constipation,
diarrhea, peptic ulcers and ulcerative colitis.
Slow the aging process by cleansing your blood and
rejuvenating aging cells.
Soothe and heal sunburn, cuts, burns and itching when
applied externally to your skin.
And much, much MORE!
For example, one animal study suggests that wheatgrass may
help lower cholesterol. In the 2011 study from Acta Poloniae
Pharmaceutica, scientists found that treating rats with wheatgrass
juice helped reduce total cholesterol and lowered LDL (or 'bad')
cholesterol in rats with abnormally high cholesterol levels.
Granted, there are no studies yet demonstrating whether
wheatgrass might have the same cholesterol-lowering effects in
But the superfood nutrients in wheatgrass certainly shouldn't
hurt you either!
Remember, the chlorophyll in wheatgrass is a rich source of
oxygen. Boosting the oxygen flow in your body helps power up
every cell in your body.
It also can help increase your immune defenses to protect
you from diseases. Wheatgrass is generally safe for use, but
some people experience an upset when they first start taking
it, as it begins its detoxifying work.
As your system begins to flush toxins, you may experience
mild nausea. You may need to start slowly by drinking a minimal
amount of wheatgrass juice or powder (e.g. one ounce daily),
then slowly build your tolerance level.
As with any treatment, be sure to consult your medical
professional before using this alone or in combination with
other medications. And as with so many foods, wheatgrass is
most beneficial when fresh. True devotees grow their own
wheatgrass (for instance, in a windowbox) and make their
Wheatgrass does not contain gluten and shouldn't pose a
problem to people who are wheat- or gluten-sensitive. Gluten
is present only in the wheat grain. Wheatgrass is harvested
when the shoots are young, well before a seed head forms.
Turning to another topic, conventional medicine in the
United States has tried to suppress a whole competing school
of medicine that's more than 200 years old and has produced
remarkable results for millions of patients. You should
consider this approach for cancer or ANY health condition.
We wrote about it in the last issue. If you missed it then,
you can catch up with it below. . .
This 217-Year-Old Natural Medicine System Offers an Answer
to Today's Diseases
When 81-year-old Trish Coleman of British Columbia was
diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, she was given four to six
months to live, with no hope of a cure or even a treatment.
She turned to a homeopathic doctor. Six months later,
she says she feels better than she has in months.
Coleman is part of a trend of cancer sufferers turning
toward homeopathy, hich is based on the principle that "like
cures like." The system is generally credited to German
physician Samuel Hahnemann, who pioneered it in 1796, though
some people credit Hippocrates for originating the concept
in 400 BC. It's scorned by conventional MDs, but there's good
evidence it works.
Let's take a look. .
The premise of homeopathy is that if a large dose of a
substance causes a disease-like symptom, very small doses of
the same substance will cure it. For example, a cold might be
treated with a plant extract that produces symptoms similar to
those of a cold but the treatment will utilize a very small
amount of extract dissolved in water. Or poison ivy might be
treated with tiny amounts of a plant that makes you itch again,
diluted in water.
Most homeopathic remedies are water-based and contain
microscopic amounts of plants, minerals, chemicals, or animal
products all of which occur naturally.
Roland Guenther, MD, the doctor who treated Trish Coleman,
explains "Homeopathy is a treatment with remedies that are made
from substances of nature that still carry the energy of these
If it's just water, I'd like some
As Dr. Guenther's statement might suggest, there's a
spiritual element to homeopathy. Hahnemann himself believed
diseases had both spiritual and physical causes. Many homeopathic
treatments are believed to carry certain energies and vibrations,
based on the plants or material they come in contact with.
There has to be an "energy" or "spiritual" explanation for
homeopathy, because most of the remedies are so diluted they're
actually pure water. There isn't a single molecule left of the
plant extract (although there is a significant amount of extract
present before the dilution process begins).
This makes homeopathy very "unscientific" indeed if you
ignore the many clinical studies that suggest it works. Maybe
the remedies are just water, but apparently that water has
something special going for it.
In my experience, some kinds of energy medicine are effective,
but mainstream scientists can't explain why, so they chalk it up
to the placebo effect. You have to realize a great deal of so-
called science is "parascience" the people who call the shots
exclude from consideration any evidence that doesn't fit what
they believe "must" be true.
As a cancer treatment, homeopathy's first benefit is that it
does no harm. That's a far cry from the havoc wreaked by
chemotherapy and radiation therapy. But besides simply doing
no harm, homeopathy shows measureable results in rigorous studies.
In some cases it not only makes patients more comfortable,
it also cures their disease.