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The healing power of wheatgrass

  1. Wheatgrass is a sweet green drink and is increasingly being sold. Most people refer to it with the English term wheatgrass. It is for sale in various juice bars. Wheatgrass is a hit with raw food enthusiasts. People have naturally been drinking grass juice for some time. Grass grows all over the world, even in Greenland, where Eskimos have traditionally drank wheatgrass juice. In the Middle East, wheatgrass juice has been consumed for at least 3,000 years. Wheatgrass grows in both extremely cold and extremely hot conditions. Wheatgrass is gluten-free, so it can be used by people who cannot eat grain because of celiac disease or gluten intolerance.

Healthier than vegetables

  1. Wheatgrass is much healthier than wheat as a grain. The special thing about wheatgrass is its nutrient density. 100 grams of wheatgrass contain as many nutrients as 2.3 kilos of vegetables. Wheatgrass contains many proteins in the form of peptides and amino acids so that they can be easily absorbed by humans. Wheatgrass contains a lot of antioxidants

Wheatgrass as a detoxifying agent

  1. Wheatgrass is known by herbalists as detoxifans, which means that it has a detoxifying effect. Chlorophyll in wheatgrass binds heavy metals, pesticides and PCBs and stimulates these substances to be removed through the urine and stool. Furthermore, it lowers blood sugar, making it good for people suffering from diabetes

Wheatgrass good for blood

  1. Wheatgrass is good for the blood because it prevents thrombosis. It counteracts blood clots. In addition, it also promotes the production of platelets. This makes it good for anemia or anemia. It inhibits inflammation on the blood vessel walls so that less oxidized cholesterol will adhere. It promotes blood circulation and lowers blood pressure. Because of all these positive effects on the blood, it has a preventive effect against cardiovascular diseases

Other diseases

  1. Indications not yet mentioned in this article for which wheatgrass is used are: fatigue, heavy physical strain, heavy mental exertion, stress, premature aging, prevention of Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, age-related cataracts, rectal blood loss, stomach acid regurgitation, stomach lining inflammation, indigestion, dyspepsia, flatulence, pancreatitis, hepatitis, constipation, anal fissures, bad breath, bad body odor, mouth ulcers, dental caries, gum disease, bleeding gums, arthrosis, arthritis, gout, muscle pain, back pain, headache, migraine

Similar products

  1. Besides wheatgrass there is wheat germ oil. This oil has many overlapping properties compared to wheatgrass, but it is not entirely the same. Wheat bran and wheat germ have far fewer indications for using them for their medicinal effect than wheatgrass. Wheatgrass contains many more nutrients than wheat bran or wheat germ oil. Wheatgrass competitors are barley grass and kamut grass.

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