Neva noticed a quarter inch mole on her thigh and after a visit to her doctor was told that it was melanoma. The doctor suggested surgery and chemotherapy, but Neva opted for a wheatgrass juice therapy instead.
Even though the mole was only a quarter of an inch in size, the doctor wanted to cut out an area 3-5 times that. This would have meant removing some muscle and also some lymph nodes. He than planned a skin graft to cover the area followed by a full chemotherapy and radiation program. This sounded far too drastic, so Neva opted to just have the quarter inch mole removed.
She got a kinesiologist to check out which grasses would be suitable for her and ended up growing barley grass and kamut. When she didn’t have any fresh grass available she took powdered grass. She also added a few herbs to the therapy.
Neva took 8 ounces of wheatgrass daily; all in one go on an empty stomach. Even though her husband was healthy, he also drank 8 ounces of wheatgrass a day. Even though that amount of wheatgrass juice in one go would sometimes cause nausea and dizziness, she felt it was worth it, as she assumed it was the liver dumping its toxins.
After a while both Neva and her husband both noticed that they had softer hair and skin. Neither of them could figure out anything that could have caused this, apart from the wheatgrass juice.
A year and a half later Neva went back to her doctor. He completely dismissed her wheatgrass therapy and said that the mole removal is probably what saved her life. So much for the dismissive attitude of modern medicine!