Wound Healing


Wheatgrass can heal bad skin conditions, minor and severe bed sores, diabetic wounds and burns.

Applied topically (mix Easy Pha-max wheatgrass tablet with small amount of water and make into paste), wheatgrass has drying effect, lessens odor of infected wounds and stimulates tissue formation particularly for burns.

Some dentists even suggest to their patients to gargle wheatgrass for 5 minutes after tooth extraction to prevent infection and for faster healing. Nutrients in wheatgrass has the ability to penetrate skin especially gum tissues.

Chlorophyll is responsible for the antiseptic effect of wheatgrass. It kills bacteria, virus and other infection causing microorganisms through oxygenation.

Its anti-inflammatory enzymes P4D1, D1G1 and Super Oxide Dismutase (SOD) help tame inflammation characterized by redness, swelling and heat.

Wheatgrass also supplies nutrients needed for cell growth and healing like Vitamin C, E, provitamin A and amino acids.