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"A glass of wheatgrass juice gives you almost all of the 102 known elements... It is a complete food." - Li Smith, Wheatgrass: Superfood for a New Millenium (Vital Health Publishing, 2000)

Wheatgrass contains a complete range of amino acids, enzymes, vitamins, and minerals that can, in and of themselves, sustain life. It has been used to treat and been testified to help with conditions such as cancer, high blood pressure, ulcers, obesity, diabetes, gastritis, arthritis, depression, pancreatic and liver problems among myriad other ailments.
Grass juice is a concentrated source of chlorophyll, molecularly very similar to hemoglobin. Chlorophyll is instrumental in the recycling and regeneration of human red blood cells. It has the unique ability of absorption by mucous membranes, acts as a general antiseptic, and heals infections and ulcerations. Wheatgrass contains a potent dose, and barley grass contains even more!

One ounce of indoor grown fresh wheatgrass contains: 1.9-2.8% protein, 2-3% sugars, 4-12 mg chlorophyll, 2.86 mcg biotin, 122 IU vitamin A, .3 mcg vitamin B12, 4.3 IU vitamin E, 1 mg vitamin C, 8.3 mcg folic acid, 21.4 mg phosphorus, 8 mg magnesium, .66 mg iron, 7.2 mg calcium, 42 mg potassium

-from Wheatgrass: Nature’s Finest Medicine by Steve Meyerowitz (Sproutman Publications, Great Barrington, Massachussetts, 1999)

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