Man Cures His Stomach Cancer With Wheatgrass
Nov 06, 2015 08:50 AM EST | By Martha Ignacio
A man claims that after being diagnosed with stomach cancer at 70 years old, consuming wheatgrass was what eradicated the cancer from his body. FitLife reports:
"When 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."
Talking to SundayWorld, Danny McDonald said: "I told the doctors I wasn't prepared to undergo the course of treatments they had suggested. I knew it would kill me."
He further added that the doctors weren't happy with his decision, "They were furious I had come to that conclusion. The consultant warned me I'd be dead in three months."
But Danny McDonald's decision wasn't based on his on whim. He had already been aware of the healing properties of wheatgrass after a friend in Buncrana told him about it.
The more he learned about the benefits of wheatgrass, the more convinced he was that it could help him beat the fatal disease.
He ended up planting wheatgrass on his farm, and even growing it himself. McDonald shared, "I didn't know what to expect, but I was determined to give it a go."
After some time, he extracted the juice from his first batch of wheatgrass. Donald shares the results:
"A month later the pain had completely disappeared and I knew I was on the mend. [...] The wheatgrass was working. I had made the right decision to reject the advice of the doctors."
Danny McDonald first started with single doses of wheatgrass per day, before altering it to a one-ounce dosage, taken seven times a day. Danny eventually started to gain weight.
Today, Danny has been good and cancer-free - just four years after his first diagnosis. In fact, he even "feels better than ever."
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