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Old Wed Feb 26, 2014, 06:46 PM
Harry M Harry M is offline
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Grass-extract against anaemia

Years ago I received an old German recipe for anaemia. It was used over more than 100 years, with very good results in Germany / the Netherlands, even my parents know about the recipe. A women in the village where my parents lived tried this recipe, it was in the fifties. After trying lots of other products, this one succeeded.
Grass-extract is very difficult to make, but not impossible. The climate, the soil, the kind of grass et cetera are very important. To make poison instead of a medicine is also possible, if you are unknown.
I use it by myself. My rate is sometimes a little bit low. The result by me was expressed and I felt much better, no headache anymore. To use 25cc three till four times a year is enough.
The pharmacy have no interest in this product.
I am locking for people who want to try it.
In our freezer we have about two litres in small ice blocs of grass-extract…
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Old Thu Feb 27, 2014, 02:50 PM
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Is this wheatgrass that you are referring to?
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Old Thu Feb 27, 2014, 05:35 PM
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No, older grass varieties, mostly Poa trivialis
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Old Thu Feb 27, 2014, 06:28 PM
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How do you take it? Oral, injection, or inhalation?
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Old Fri Feb 28, 2014, 06:03 PM
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Oral. Before I go to bet, I make a cup of tea, put it into the hot tea and drink it. It's possible to be very sleepy after using it. The next morning I always feel very well
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Old Sat Mar 1, 2014, 12:29 PM
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Is it helpful for MDS or other bone marrow disease which causes anemia, or just anemia of nutritional deficiency? Please give more details. Thanks.
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Old Sat Mar 1, 2014, 01:49 PM
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Its horse crap is what it is. You'd get the same results eating buffalo chips..
When you see obscure messages like these google the junk and see what comes up. Then google the junk or use your favorite search engine and look for results with an and. Example:
"Poa trivialis and amemia". See what comes up.
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Old Sat Mar 1, 2014, 08:35 PM
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I do not know if it helps for MDS. There are no reports.
You can give it a try. In the past, grass-extract had a great result. That recipe was written by the nuns, that's where my knowledge came from. In the past it was all named anemia. The preparing of grass-extract, that is my specialty. I am sorry, I have no medical background.
In the past traces of this product was in de water you get from a pump.
Except the cost for transport it for free for trying(How do I transport this??/ice blocs?)
If we don't give it a try, we never know. Grass-extract is boiled before it was frosen, so I see no risk....

I need people who want to try this.....
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Old Sat Mar 1, 2014, 08:50 PM
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It sounds very much like the thread about wheat grass. Some people swear by it and others have no benefit. I don't see why one would be a "respected" alternative therapy and one would be horse crap? They may both have the same properties of lowering ferritin and as a side effect allowing the Hb to rise.

As my haematologist said when I asked about taking wheat grass.....you can take a tablet or you can take wheat grass but wheat grass tastes like **** and you have to take an enormous amount of it.
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Old Tue May 6, 2014, 03:33 AM
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Making grass-extract

It isn’t the same as wheat grass. By wheat grass they take all off the grass, the gras is mostly very young and full of energy. By grass-extract you take the liquid from old and young the grass, without the fast parts. The soil is completely different
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