Blood Rebuilding Bodies

Related Studies on the Blood-rebuilding Properties of Wheatgrass

When 5 mg of non-radioactive Co-chlorophyllin was injected before irradiation, inhibition of the decrease in the blood cell counts and promotion of recovery were more marked than in controls receiving no injections. Co-chlorophyllin increased the leukocyte count and hemoglobin content in rats and directly or indirectly stimulated hematopoiesis (blood formation).

Patients with thalassemia consuming wheat grass juice on a daily basis reduced on average their requirements for blood transfusion.

Dr. Hans Fischer and a group of associates won a Nobel prize for their red blood cells. During their research, the scientists noticed that human blood which carries oxygen to all our cells is practically identical to chlorophyll on the molecular level.

According to Dr. Bernard Jensen, none of the blood builders are superior to green juices and wheatgrass. Over the years, he has used them both to treat lower serum iron count and toxic conditions of the blood. In his book Chlorophyll Magic from Living Plant Life, Dr. Jensen mentioned several experiments where he was able to double the red blood cell count in a matter of weeks merely by having patients soak in a chlorophyll-water bath.

Chlorophyll stimulates tissue growth and cell regeneration. Doctors at Temple University in Philadelphia discovered that the green solution seemed to thicken and strengthen the cell wall of animals.