Did Wheatgrass Really Wipe Out a 74-Year Old’s Stomach Cancer?

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wheatgrass cancerWhen someone is diagnosed with stomach cancer at the age of 70, the prognosis is usually bleak. For now-74 Danny of Donegal, Ireland, doctors said he only had weeks to live. But against their recommendations, he decided to go with a natural treatment method to rid his body of cancer and continue forward in the game of life. Wheatgrass is what helped him keep living to this day.

“I told the doctors I wasn’t prepared to undergo the course of treatments they had suggested. I knew it would kill me,” said Danny, according to the SundayWorld. Doctors recommended a series of conventional treatments, though didn’t say it would save him. They still only gave him weeks to live.

“They were furious I had come to that conclusion,” says Danny about his choice to opt out of the chemo and radiation. “The consultant warned me I’d be dead in three months.”

The consultant was wrong.

Danny didn’t rush out to the local health food store or even to a juice bar, he consulted with a friend who had previously told him about wheatgrass, and then went back to his farm to grow it himself.

“I didn’t know what to expect, but I was determined to give it a go,” he says.

In no time, Danny bought a juicer and began extracting the healing juice from his first crop.

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“A month later the pain had completely disappeared and I knew I was on the mend,” Danny explains. “The wheatgrass was working. I had made the right decision to reject the advice of the doctors.”

He began with a single daily dose of wheatgrass and increased that to seven one-ounce doses a day. He began gaining weight.

Today, four years after his initial diagnosis, Danny feels good and is cancer-free. His skin looks better, he is at a healthy weight, and he feels better than ever.

While his doctors and others likely doubt Danny’s “cure,” he’s had about 2,600 people come to his farm thus far to see for themselves how he did it.

What’s great is that wheatgrass is easy to grow, and it doesn’t take much to reap potential health benefits.


Some of those benefits may include:

  • increased red blood cell count
  • thyroid stimulation
  • reduces acidity and tempers ulcers and colitis
  • detoxifies liver and blood
  • reduces the effects of radiation
  • fights inflammation
  • cleanses the gastrointestinal tract
  • stimulates metabolism

If you ask Danny, he’d likely add “cures cancer” to the list. What are your experiences with wheatgrass?