When conventional doctors told 74-year-old Danny McDonald of Dunaff, Ireland, that he had stomach cancer so severe that it would likely kill him within three months, he decided to ignore their advice to undergo toxic chemotherapy treatments and instead embrace a nutritional approach to healing.
Four years later and Danny is doing great, thanks to daily protocol he adopted that involves juicing and drinking wheatgrass, a nutrient-dense “superfood” with a variety of amazing health benefits.
“I didn’t know what to expect, but I was determined to give it a go,” recalls Danny. “Within seven days the burning sensation I had in my side was gone and I was beginning to feel a lot better. I stopped taking the tablets which had been prescribed and I haven’t taken one since. A month later the pain had completely disappeared and I knew I was on the mend. The wheatgrass was working. I had made the right decision to reject the advice of the doctors.”
“I know a lot of doctors think wheatgrass doesn’t have the qualities to kill cancer, but I am living proof that it does,” he adds. “And although many doctors won’t admit it publicly, gradually they are coming around to see the benefits of wheatgrass. People ask me how I did it and I just say one word, ‘wheatgrass.'” – Continue;
How it Works
If we look at oxygen as a bullet to kill cancer cells, then we should look at wheatgrass as a shotgun blast at treating cancer. The number of ways it deals with cancer is incredible. First of all it contains chlorophyll, which has almost the same molecular structure as hemoglobin.
Chlorophyll increases hemoglobin production, meaning more oxygen gets to the cancer. Selenium and laetrile are also in wheatgrass, both are anticancer. Chlorophyll and selenium also help build the immune system. Furthermore, wheatgrass is one of the most alkaline foods known to mankind. And the list goes on.
Wheatgrass contains at least 13 vitamins (several are antioxidants), including B12, many minerals and trace elements, including selenium, and all 20 amino acids. It also contains the hormone abscisic acid (also called: dormin), the antioxidant enzyme SOD (Superoxide Dismutase) and over 30 other enzymes, the antioxidant enzyme cytochrome oxidase, laetrile, and a whole lot of other nutrients. – Continue;
Grow and Juice Wheatgrass Yourself – Simple ‘How to’
If you want to try juicing wheatgrass at home, there are a few things you need to know before you get started. Wheatgrass is a form of grass that can be bought in health food stores or grown in your own home. It is high in chlorophyll, fiber, vitamins and minerals. Wheatgrass is thought to detoxify the body and boost cell reproduction. Here are some tips to help you try juicing your own wheatgrass at home.
Grow Your Own Wheatgrass
When you grow your own wheatgrass, you can monitor how old it is in order to harvest it at the perfect time. It also ensures that you know the quality of the wheatgrass that you are ingesting. Begin by soaking the seeds overnight. Plant them in soil and water them daily.
It helps to keep the newly planted seeds covered or in a dark place until they sprout. Once the seeds have sprouted, move the sprouts into the sun and continue to give them adequate water. Once the sprouts have grown to 8 inches tall, use sharp scissors to cut the grass just above the soil.
How to Juice Wheatgrass
Avoid juicing wheatgrass in a blender or processor, because the rapid movements will oxidize the chlorophyll. Use a juicer instead, or try extracting the juice manually using a mortar and pestle. Chop the leaves before grinding them. Add water gradually as you grind the leaves to make a paste. Strain the juice through cheesecloth or muslin. Continue this process until the leaves become white.
Check your wheatgrass before juicing it to make sure that it is free of any mold, which spreads easily among the sprouts. Yellow sprouts should be avoided as they will have an altered flavor. Try to choose the freshest sprouts for the best taste. Keep your wheatgrass juice refrigerated, but it should be consumed within half an hour of juicing. Wheatgrass juice begins to go bad quickly, so don’t prepare it in advance. – Continue;
Wheatgrass is yet another cancer cure that we will probably never hear about in the main stream, but luckily it is within everyone’s reach. Include wheatgrass juice in your daily diet now!
Alexander Light, HumansAreFree.com;