The symptoms of most anal fissure can be relieved with Wheatgrass!

You DON'T HAVE TO suffer from the pain and bleeding that can be so distressing. Surgery and other expensive procedures should only be considered as a last resort.

Dr. Chris Reynolds - a.k.a Dr Wheatgrass
Dr Chris Reynolds "I have treated 50,000+ patients effectively with wheatgrass since 1995. Clinical observations and scientific research demonstrate its ability to prevent infection and to heal such as eczema, ulcers, anal fissures, molluscum, alopicia, psoriasis, burns, and many more. Wheatgrass is safe to apply to the skin and use orally, even for young children and infants and animals."
(Graduate, Faculty of Medicine, Univ. of Western Austrailia, 1973)

For over 20 years, Dr. Chris Reynolds has been researching and treating thousands of individuals with anal fissures, hemorrhoids and fistula. According to Dr. Reynolds, the symptoms of most anal fissures, hemorrhoids and fistula can be relieved with Wheatgrass!

What Are Anal Fissure, Hemorrhoids and Fistula?

When evaluating what is shown in Figure 1, a tear or split at the end of the anal canal wall is defined as a fissure – quite frequently, it’s at the back side or posterior of the anus. Essentially, anal fissure results from a breakdown in the anal wall which can persist for weeks or even years. In chronic fissures, a skin tag overlies the fissure and can be mistaken for a painful hemorrhoid. Hemorrhoids is swollen veins or lump in the lower portion of the rectum and typically caused by straining during bowel movements. Fistula is a tract from the anal canal to a hole in the skin near the anus.


What are the symptoms of anal fissure?

Typical symptoms may be:

  • Pain, which can be severe, during and after bowel movements
  • Red blood in the stool (blood on the toilet paper)
  • Constipation - due to pain causing avoidance of passing stool
  • Anal itchiness, burning
  • Difficulty in passing urine


The Power of Wheatgrass Healing

Wheatgrass, because of its remarkable healing and anti-inflammatory properties can significantly assist many fissure, fistula and hemorrhoids sufferers by stopping bleeding, easing pain and assisting the healing process. *

* The results may vary based on a variety of factors.

It is similar to the split lip shown in figure 2. For more than a year, this featured young male patient suffered and endured numerous treatments that incorporated antibiotics and steroids but failed. After applying wheatgrass, his wound did heal after one week (Fig. 3)

* The results may vary based on a variety of factors.

Another example of how effectively wheatgrass can heal is shown in the pictures below. This is a skin graft that has been treated by orthodox medical methods for six weeks. It is healing very slowly and looks unhealthy because of poor blood supply. (Fig. 1.) Wheatgrass Skin Recovery Spray was commenced at this stage, and in Figure 2, after only 2 days, the graft is already recovering well. In Fig. 3. the graft has completely healed in just 3 weeks.

skin graft before wheatgrass treatment* Fig. 1. Skin graft before wheatgrass
skin graft afer 2days treatment* Fig. 2. Two days later.Note the healthy, vital appearance
skin graft after 20days treatment* Fig. 3. Graft completely healed 3 weeks

* The results may vary based on a variety of factors.


How does wheatgrass work for anal fissure?

Having used wheatgrass on thousands of patients for a variety of conditions it has been strikingly obvious to me that it facilitates natural healing e.g. for wounds, burns, fractures, anal fissure, fistula, ulcers etc. One can actually see the healing in progress for example in burns and infected wounds when the open wound re-covers with a thin film of new cells in 24-48 hours. This appears to keep the exudate that contains growth factors necessary for healing - in, and the bacteria out. Often the patient's pain disappears as well. These are not phenomena one sees when the body is healing itself unaided.

It is well known that cell messengers produced by the body called Growth Factors are an essential and very important part of the healing process, and for reducing inflammation. It appears that wheatgrass in some way stimulates the production of these important growth factors that 'normalize' damaged tissue and facilitate rapid healing. In other words, wheatgrass is a potent, natural healing agent.


How are anal fissures treated?

The method is simple- apply a small amount of a wheatgrass extract in a liquid (Recovery Spray) or cream (Recovery Cream) base to just inside or outside the anal opening 1-2 times daily with qtip / a cotton bud or a gloved finger. Wheatgrass is a catalyst so you do not have to insert the wheatgrass extract inside where the damage is. Drinking wheatgrass extract while using the wheatgrass topicals boosts healing of fissures. The bioactives in wheatgrass penetrate the skin rapidly and in most cases, the symptoms improve or disappear, usually within four to six weeks, sometimes even within a few days. *

* The results may vary based on a variety of factors.

Because the fissure itself is not a life-threatening condition, it is not essential to heal the fissure if pain is eliminated, although most of them do heal in time. The aim should always be to rid patients of their symptoms so they can resume a normal quality of life - something that wheatgrass is very good at.


Customer Reviews

David Johnson - Amazon Customer

I had spent $5,000 for a series of MD visits and treatments including 3 hemorrhoid banding treats with almost no improvement with my pain on daily basis. For a year my life was turned upside down. I couldn't travel, couldn't sit through a sporting event or a movie. I would come home from work and lay down to rest up and find some comfort for the next day. Then my doctor decided that I had a fissure and gave a prescription for some $175 nitro cream. It did not help either. My wife found this product and ordered it for me. I immediately saw some improvement but not all instantly. I have been using now daily for about 8 months. I have seen a slow but steady recovery. I am almost back to what I was 2 years ago. I would recommend it to anyone that has fissure issue. Be patient and I believe you will be sold too!

* The results may vary based on a variety of factors.

Amazon Customer - USA

I got a fissure from a bout with hemorrhoids and didn't want to undergo the surgery (a second cut in the sphincter muscle, really?). I used this product every day after bowel movements for two to three weeks and had monumental improvement. Now after a year and a half, I use it about once a week or when needed after a rough go and am not feeling the pain from the fissure and no bleeding. I've reordered twice since I started using this eighteen months ago. For those needing relief from a fissure, this is the cure you're looking for!

* The results may vary based on a variety of factors.

J. P. Canada

Weeks to get relief?? Try DAYS!! It's awesome...I started using it Saturday afternoon and last night (Monday) was the best day I've had since I had the fissures as far back as March. I didn't see a doctor until July because I just thought it was hemorroids. I've been using a medicated ointment prescribed by my colorectal doctor but it was very slow in the healing process. I might buy some balm now and start trying it instead. I only put a little dab just inside the opening as you said on your website, twice daily. Either way, I will always keep some in stock. I need to go back to your site and see what else the creams and balms are good for. This stuff is great! Thanks so much!! You are truly a life saver.

* The results may vary based on a variety of factors.

K. B. Australia.

I purchased the superbalm about a month ago in desperation as the pain was getting so bad from my anal fissure which I have had for about 16 months. I had been to the doctor who prescribed rectogestic and an operation scheduled for later in the year. This product is amazing as after a week my pain had gone. Its hard to believe that doctors don't or wont tell patients about this. Try this product, you will not be disappointed!!

* The results may vary based on a variety of factors.


Some Treatment Comparison for Anal Fissures

Name Effectiveness Cost Side Effects
Wheatgrass Extract (cream) Greater than * 90%. Safe. Hundreds of successful treatments Low. Only once or twice daily application necessary Nil recorded or observed. No contraindications or precautions required. Safe in pregnancy and children of all ages
Anal dilatation and/or lateral sphincterotomy 95% prolonged symptomatic improvement High Can cause irreversible incontinence of flatus and stool
BTX (by anal injection) 96% heal within 2 months. On average 2.8 treatments required per fissure High Can cause irreversible incontinence of flatus and stool. Debate continues
Xyloproct, Scheriproct, Ultraproct, Hemocane, Proctosedyl Doubtful efficacy Low to medium Contraindications and precautions e.g. pregnancy

* The results may vary based on a variety of factors.


What causes anal fissure?

Doctors invoke all kinds of reasons why fissures develop including constipation, hard bowel motions, diarrhea, inflammation, reduced blood flow to the anal region, poor bowel habit and even 'spiky' foods such as peanuts. They seem to forget that many fissure patients do not have constipation, (some in fact have diarrhea) and some babies are born with fissures. It is unlikely the cause is related to trauma unless there is some direct injury to the anal wall e.g. from colonoscopy or childbirth. More likely, the fissure occurs first and the constipation follows. In other words, constipation is an effect and an aggravating factor, not a cause of anal fissure. How do I know this?

The answer is based on simple clinical observation of numerous patients with chronic constipation. Many of them had undiagnosed chronic anal fissures that were missed because examination of the anal canal had never been performed. However, when their pain symptoms were relieved following treatment with wheatgrass, their constipation disappeared. This suggests there must be some other process causing the fissure(s). I believe one contributing factor is auto-immunity.


What does auto-immunity mean?

Normally the immune antibodies our bodies produce act to stave off bacteria, viruses and other organisms that try to invade the body, and to kill off cancer cells that continually develop inside us. When this system goes awry, such as when the body undergoes severe or prolonged emotional or physical stress or severe illness, these antibodies can attack and damage healthy cells, tissues or organs. This is called an auto-immune reaction which can eventually cause an auto-immune condition if it continues long enough. In rheumatoid arthritis for example, joints can become severely damaged. i.e. they become red, swollen and painful and eventually lose their function.

My theory is that this is what occurs in anal fissure or fistula and possibly in other similar painful conditions such as tennis elbow and plantar fasciitis and perhaps even in the split lip shown in Figure 2. For some reason, these antibodies attack the mucous membrane on the anal wall. This breaks down and the fissure opens up. At time of passing stool, the anal muscles reflexly go into spasm and the bare nerve endings in the fissure produce a painful sensation. The pain leads to stool avoidance which can then cause constipation which aggravates the fissure and the whole process becomes cyclical.

Unless some way is found to heal the fissure, or the body repairs itself, the fissure becomes chronic. The anal verge being unable to "rest" for any length of time because of the need for bowel evacuation, the fissure remains open. So the aim should be to fix the fissure, not the constipation.


Why is there so much pain?

The area where anal fissure occurs is supplied by numerous nerve endings that are highly sensitive. Even a tiny split in the wall of the anal canal can be very painful, particularly during a bowel motion when the anal muscles are stretched. Who else gets anal fissure?

Anal fissure is very common. It is estimated that approximately 250,000 new cases occur each year in the US alone. It can occur in newborns and right across the age spectrum to old age, and affects both sexes equally. It is most common from young adulthood to middle age. Pregnancy and childbirth can aggravate or initiate the condition.


How long does it last?

Approximately 50-60% of anal fissures will heal spontaneously. However it can recur or become chronic (sometimes lasting for years) in the other 40-50%.


How is anal fissure diagnosed?

Symptoms of pain and rectal bleeding will alert your doctor to make a simple examination of the outer end of the anal canal. If an acute fissure is present, it will look like a small tear in the posterior (the back end, near the spine) of the anus as shown in Figure 1. Chronic fissures have thickened edges.

If considered necessary, particularly if bleeding is present, the doctor will arrange further investigations such as colonoscopy to exclude other causes of blood loss.


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