What is Wheatgrass?
Wheatgrass has one of the highest concentrations of nutrients, and the best way to take it is by drinking its juice. Wheatgrass fills nutritional gaps in the diet, and cleanses the blood. Wheatgrass contains many essential minerals, it also contains calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium, sodium, and is high in vitamins A, C, and E.
Wheatgrass juice cleans the lymph system, restores the balance in the body, and removes toxic metals from the cells, nourishing the liver and kidneys.
Wheatgrass is believed to be a cancer-fighting agent. The intake of wheatgrass is believed to prevent cancer and can help in the treatment of those with cancer.
Wheatgrass is rich in vitamins and minerals, and those who include wheatgrass in their diet, are shown to have fewer health problems.
What are the benefits of Wheatgrass?
Wheatgrass is one of the best sources of chlorophyll available. Since wheatgrass is full of chlorophyll, it is anti-bacterial. Wheatgrass contains 92 of the 100 elements man needs. Because wheatgrass is grown in organic soil, it absorbs 92 of the 102 minerals from soil. Chlorophyll is a very helpful ingredient that neutralizes toxins, washes drug deposits from the body, helps purify the liver, and improves blood sugar problems.
It is said that wheatgrass neutralizes strep infections, heal wounds, remove scars, and cure inner-ear inflammation. If you add even a small amount of wheatgrass into your diet, it helps prevent tooth decay. Drinking wheatgrass juice is said to help heal sore throat, also helps heal skin problems, wheatgrass is said to keep hair from graying as well. Wheatgrass juice improves digestion, and is high in enzymes. Wheatgrass can help heal and detoxify the colon walls as well as the internal organs. Wheatgrass is high in magnesium, and helps with constipation. Wheatgrass is considered a body cleanser, and a neutralizer of toxins. Wheatgrass juice reduces high blood pressure, and can remove heavy metals from the body.
What is the history of Wheatgrass?
Dr. Charles F. Schnabel, an agricultural chemist, conducted some important wheatgrass research in 1930. He did an experiment on some ill chickens by feeding them wheatgrass. The chickens became healthy once more, and increased the number of the eggs they laid. After his experiment, the wheatgrass began selling rapidly and became available in many stores.
Another experiment was done with cows. Cows that consumed wheatgrass gave birth to healthier calves, and increased their milk production.
Heavenly Greens has 2.778 g of Wheatgrass per serving (1 tablespoon).
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