• Deborah Imani

Wheatgrass Implants?

Updated: Feb 2, 2018

Seriously, ......you want me to insert wheatgrass up my bum? I couldn't believe the nerve of my instructor when she introduced this insane method for healing. All 20 of us students were confused, bewildered and outright frighten of the prospect of inserting wheatgrass, not once, but on a daily basis to combat the many diseases and disorders we confronted. The instructor casually demonstrated the process as best she could. Instructions were as follow:


1. Begin with at least 6 ounces of wheatgrass juice.


2. Insert the wheatgrass juice in a syringe. Insert the syringe into the colon and administer.


3. Keep the juice in your colon for at least 20 minutes and no longer than 30 minutes. While lying on your back, relax your feet against a wall as you hold the juice in or lie on your left side with both knees bent.


According to webmd.com, wheatgrass is the young grass of the wheat plant, It grows in temperate regions throughout Europe and the United States and can live indoors or outdoors.

Wheatgrass is a natural source of vitamins and minerals (a few of which are antioxidants) including:

  • Vitamins A, E, C, K and B6

  • Calcium

  • Selenium

  • Magnesium

  • Iron


The instructor had healed her body from 2 forms of stage 3 cancer and boasted that wheatgrass implants had saved her life due to the most important nutrient it contains...........chlorophyll. She explained that it's a natural detoxifier and acts as a natural liver cleanser. Before wheatgrass implants, she was bed ridden and depleted of energy. Within a week of implants, she noticed an energy surge and an ability to resume a light exercise regimen.


Wheatgrass implants perform like an antioxidant to limit free radical damage and is considered a blood cleanser. Medical experts state that wheatgrass includes over 100 different elements and is loaded with amino acids which are the building blocks of protein.


Wheat grass can aid in the prevention of heart disease, cancer and diabetes. Wheatgrass is also thought to aid digestion, alleviate constipation, and again, cleanse the liver. Some state that wheatgrass can help with hair loss, blood purifying and menopause.



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