Thursday, April 14, 2011

Wheatgrass: the sprouts

Wheatgrass is young sprouted wheat of 10-15 days of age.
Wheatgrass of 12 to 20cm length can be cut and then juiced.
Due to its extremely fibrous nature, wheatgrass is indigestible by humans.
And because of this indigestible nature, its best taken in juice form only.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Wheatgrass for Eczema

With high nutritive value, wheatgrass can be recommended for lots of  health problems. Today talking of Eczema, kind of a skin problem, the reasons behind this skin disease are many. It can be because of deficiency, some allergy, some chemical reaction, etc.
Wheatgrass not the sure shot solution though, helps reduce the dryness of Eczema and hence reduce the rashes.

Wheatsprouts that are 70% chlorophyll, and rich in minerals and vitamins, help detoxify the body and make body free of metals. Wheatgrass taken in juice form fulfills the moisture and vitamins required  for heathy skin and reduces dryness of eczema.
The Difference is noticeable within 3 weeks of daily intake of wheatgrass juice.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Wheatgrass Cocktail: The Ultimate Refresher

Try this ultimate refresher which is equally nutritious as well!

1 bunch wheatgrass
Watermelon (enough for 1 glass) 
Cut the wheatgrass into pieces and add to the grinder. Add half cup of water and grind to squeeze the juice. 
Extract water melon juice similarly and mix the two to get a great refreshing summer combination that disguises the taste of wheat grass!