• 07Aug

    D- Thank you, “N”, for sharing your healing story with us! I know it’s a sensitive subject, but people will definitely want to hear you news.

    N – You’re welcome. There are millions of people with the herpes virus, and I thought I’d share my story with genital herpes. I’d bet wheatgrass would work with the other forms, as well, like cold sores, for instance.

    D – So how does wheatgrass work? Are you drinking it?

    N- Yes. I grow my own, without soil, and I juice it every day.

    D- And are your genital herpes completely cured.

    N- Well, I don’t think herpes can ever actually be “cured.” It’s a virus, so it probably continually lives in one’s body. But since I started taking wheatgrass juice, it has never come back. Now, occasionally when my system is under stress and feels compromised, I feel like I’m about to get the breakout of herpes, but then I put the wheatgrass juice right on the area that feels like it might get the herpes, and it doesn’t break out!

    D- Do you remember when you last broke out from herpes?

    N- Yes, it was when I first started taking wheatgrass juice. And I could feel the area getting painful, and then I broke out. And I thought, “Why don’t I put wheatgrass on those bumps, ” so I did. And they went away within 3 days, with no more itching, no more pain at all! So then I still felt like I was gonna get a breakout about 6 months later, but I put the wheatgrass juice on the whole area, BEFORE the breakout, and it never occurred!

    D- Wow. That’s so neat. How long ago was that.

    N- Years ago. I’ve had herpes genitally for about 15 years. And they stopped about 3 years ago with the wheatgrass. I just want to tell everyone so they don’t have to have them anymore.

    D- Thank you SO much, N. And just one more question. What kind of diet are you on?

    N – I eat alot of raw food, most of the day, in fact. But I also eat other foods whenever I feel like it. Even meat, occasionally.

    D- Well, thank you, thank you, so much, N, for being brave and sharing this with everyone.

    N – You’re so welcome, Dorothy

    To see the “How to Grow Wheatgrass” video, go to:

    To see how to juice wheatgrass, make banana ice cream and cashew nut butter, go to:


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