Last Modified on Aug 16, 2014
Wheatgrass is an increasingly popular dietary supplement to boost the immune system and your general health thanks to its rich mix of vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals. A single daily shot of wheatgrass juice can dramatically energize your life and give your body nutrients it has been sorely lacking!
Full of vitamins A and C along with 90 different minerals (it is especially rich in alkalizing minerals such as potassium), wheatgrass is not altogether tasty but does condense the nutritional goodness of a very large amount of vegetables into one quick gulp. Wheatgrass is also free of gluten, so it is safe for those pursuing a gluten-free diet.
Home Remedies: Wheatgrass is said to be an excellent detoxing agent. It also builds up the blood and the immune system.
[YEA] I went through a wheatgrass phase a few years ago after trying a few shots at a Whole Foods juice bar. Whew! Nasty tasting stuff, but the energy buzz you get from it is amazing. I decided that it was cheaper to start making my own wheatgrass juice and bought a stainless steel wheatgrass juicer (hand cranked) from some shop somewhere... can't even remember now! Then I also bought the wheatgrass seeds (wheat berries) from Whole Foods.. very cheap. Took a couple of weeks to grow, then I was on my way to juicing. I was so into it, I even tried (ha ha) a wheatgrass enema, which I had read about online. It was intense! My grow-your-own wheatgrass phase lasted about 2 growing cycles, then I gave up on it.
P.S. Never take it on an empty stomach first thing in the morning. You will pay the price!
Hello and thank you for this great site! I was wondering if using powdered wheatgrass (instead of the grass itself) will give as good results. I am interested in using to improve my overall skin condition. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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