Some experts claim that wheatgrass contains over 100 different elements needed by man. One of the most noticeable (and important) nutrients in wheatgrass is chlorophyll.
Chlorophyll is the substance that gives wheatgrass its signature, bright green color. Like other nutrient-dense greens, it’s used in the human body for a number of important processes: It’s a natural liver cleanser and detoxifier, acts like an antioxidant to reduce free radical damage, is a blood strengthener (it has a similar chemical composition to that of hemoglobin,) and can help give you a boost in energy.
But chlorophyll is not all wheatgrass has to offer. Wheatgrass benefits also include being loaded with amino acids (the building blocks of proteins), enzymes which are needed for digestion, and many vitamins and minerals needed for disease-free living.
Wheat Grass is rich in the following nutrients:
- Antioxidants like flavonoids and phenolic acid
- Electrolytes including magnesium and calcium
- Amino Acids
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin E
Direction of Use
Direction of use Wheatgrass Juice:
- Take 20 gram sachet of wheatgrass
- Wash wheatgrass and put on juicer/grinder and make a juice of wheatgrass
- Extract the liquid of wheatgrass.
- Drink on an empty stomach for 30 days
Direction of use Wheat Grass Powder:
Mix one teaspoon of Wheat Grass powder (3 gram) in a glass of normal water & drink on empty stomach morning and evening.
Mix powder with juice/honey for enhance taste.
Bakery products, fried foods, sweets, spicy foods, overcooked food, non-veg, alcohol, etc. should be kept to a minimum.
Children or pregnant women are advice to consume under physician advice.
Store in a dry place keep away from sunlight.