Benefits of Wheatgrass

The benefits of wheatgrass were made popular by Dr. Ann Wigmore in 1958. It is full of amino acids, vitamins, minerals and chlorophyll. Chlorophyll has the ability to tear down poisonous carbon dioxide and release free oxygen.

Dr. Wigmore shows evidence in her books of the blood cleansing and building abilities of chlorophyll, the good it does for the circulatory system and its role in detoxifying and regenerating the liver.

2 ounces of wheatgrass juice is equal to 2 pounds of raw broccoli. On an empty stomach, wheatgrass juice enters in to the bloodstream in about 15-20 minutes with the energy and vitality lasting throughout the day.

Benefits of Wheatgrass

Wheatgrass juice acts as a natural appetite suppressant. It helps to stimulate metabolism and contains enzymes and alkaline minerals.

Wheat grass juice cleanses and builds up red blood cells quickly. It lowers your blood pressure and promotes healthy tissue-cell growth. Wheatgrass is high in oxygen which helps the brain and body tissues function at their best levels.

It is also good for the stomach and digestive system. Dr. Wigmore demonstrates how wheatgrass juice cleanses the body and gives it a chance to heal itself. Our bodies are clogged with toxics from the foods that we eat and it is considered a healthy regimen to cleanse the body regularly.

Wheatgrass Juice

Wheatgrass juice improves hair and skin. Use externally by rubbing the juice into the scalp, letting it set for 10-15 minutes and then shampooing and rinsing as usual.

It is also an excellent treatment for constipation and in keeping the bowels open.

To be most effective wheatgrass juice is drunk immediately after juicing, and is quite easy to do at home.

Consult your physician before taking wheatgrass juice or any other supplement.

more than benefits of wheatgrass on our Herbal Nutritional Supplement page

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