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Old Tue Sep 23, 2014, 06:36 PM
DanG44 DanG44 is offline
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Smile Wheatgrass as iron chelation agent

Has anyone had any experience with wheatgrass in treating iron overload?
Did you take the tablets, the gel, the powder or the juice?
Which is the best?
Dan, 70 year old male, dx MDS 2010;treated with VIDAZA. remission for 15 months. Re started VIDAZA; did not work a second time. Transfusion dependent since 2013. Started Procrit 5 weeks ago. Exjade 1500 MG a month ago.Considering Dacogen
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Old Tue Sep 23, 2014, 06:50 PM
Neil Cuadra Neil Cuadra is offline
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It's worth reading the Wheatgrass and Iron Overload thread, and perhaps the older Wheatgrass side effects? and Wheatgrass is a good iron chelator threads too.

If you use the search page to search for posts with the word wheatgrass then you'll find other discussions about it too.
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