Thursday, January 6, 2011
I was reading different articles over the holidays and came upon an intriguing discussion on how to supercharge wheatgrass in the fight against cancer. While experiments have been done in the past on this subject, it is still in research phase. Please read the disclaimer here:
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Anyway, the premise of the experiment is that back in the 1940s, ultra-violet light was used to heal certain diseases including cancer. The blood is extracted from the patient and treated with light. Once the cells are "energized", they are transmitted back to the body. Now as we know wheatgrass shares the same molecular structure as hemoglobin, so instead of treating blood with light, it is being done to wheatgrass. You get the picture ...
Details of the research can be found below, taken from the Independent Cancer Research Foundation website: