In 2003 dh took the children and me to an Above Rubies family camp. Nancy Campbell related the story of how one of her daughters recently had been healed of hemorrhaging so severe that the doc at the hospital showed her on the ultrasound that there was "no way" this baby would make it; it was like a gushing river taking up a lot of space on the screen. He said to go home and wait for the worst.
Being believers and also raw fooders, her family and extended family prayed constantly and prepared for her many drinks consisting of wheatgrass juice and *I believe she said* also fresh, young coconut water and the juice of dark leafy greens.
I have used this combination with great success with blood issues; not only issues (as in too much blood coming out), but regarding other concerns as well, such as low iron, oxygenation (sp?), vitamin K.
The reason I have thought to do it is that I had read about chlorophyll being almost identical molecularly to hemoglobin (one source for the info on the molecular similarities: http://www.wheatgrass.com/book/chapter3.php
), and that plasma is very similar molecularly to fresh, young coconut water (no source; don't even know whether it's really true). So, like, why not drink sort of a knock-off blood transplant? What could go wrong, right? It's just food. Plus, uh, that story of Nancy's was a convincing advertisement.
I don't think one could attribute the dramatic results to my imagination, no way, though my instances of needing healing didn't include the level of blood loss that Nancy's daughter had. Certainly it's possible that all the prayer (both in my couple of cases and in Nancy's daughter's case) could have led to God simply intervening without any juices. Nonetheless, if I'm hurting in that way, this is the first thing I think of to do after people have their praying orders
Oh, and Nancy's daughter? Within a day, I think it was, she was healed. That child is now delighting their family all over the place.
I have prayed for you. God can do anything! It's so good to know!