Wheatgrass cures diseases

jayababy By jayababy, 30th Jun 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Healthy benefits of wheatgrass which can be grown in our gardens. Regular intake of wheatgrass cures diseases.

Benefits of wheatgrass

Experiments conducted on wheatgrass proved that several diseases can be cured by taking wheatgrass juice along with simple nutritional food.

Patients suffering from chronic diseases should stop their normal food in the beginning for few days. Coconut water can be taken frequently in the day. Juice of wheatgrass about 1 to 4 oz. should be taken four times a day. By doing this the body gets all the nutritional elements and weakness is not felt due to fasting. Digestive system gets complete rest. New poisons are not accumulated. Old poisons come out and in a short period one is freed from diseases. Carbohydrates in natural forms almost all vitamins and salts, highest qualities of proteins etc. are found in wheatgrass.

Within ten days wheatgrass rises to a height of 5 to 7 inches which are most beneficial. If they rise more than 7 inches, their nutritional value is reduced and therefore not effective. Immediately after cutting, the wheatgrass should be washed and ground. The pulp made out of grinding should be kept in a small piece of cloth for squeezing out the juice. Juice can be taken out by grinder-mixer machine.
Wheatgrass juice should be taken immediately but slowly. The medical value of juice gets less every minute if it remains idle. One can take the juice any time in a day.

Nothing should be taken-solid food or liquid-half an hour before and after taking juice.
In the beginning some feel like vomiting, suffering from dysentery or catch cold. By this process, poisons in the body will come out. To avoid vomiting garlic and betel leaves can be added before grinding the grass. Taste and advantages of the juice increase by adding the same. Lemon juice and salt should not be used.

Wheatgrass can be chewed and juice consumed directly if there is lack of time. By chewing grass, teeth and gums become strong and the person will be free from bad mouth odor. It is said that drinking of wheatgrass juice induces vomiting and giddiness. This is actually due to large quantity of juice being taken. It is suggested that new patients who start wheatgrass juice for the first time should chew and drink the juice made in the mouth throwing chaff out.

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Fasting, Food, Food Allergies, Food Allergy, Food And Health, Food Facts, Food For Thought, Food Habits, Food Nutrition, Health, Juice, Medicine, Wheat

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author avatar Lila Bangsawan
1st Jul 2011 (#)

Hi, Jayababy. It's absolutely informative. Thanks a lot to share it.

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author avatar Buzz
1st Jul 2011 (#)

I thank you in large dozes for a most informative article my friend.

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author avatar Pink&Blue
1st Jul 2011 (#)

Very informative article jayababy.

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author avatar Songbird B
1st Jul 2011 (#)

Interesting and informative article, Jayababy...

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author avatar jak2010
1st Jul 2011 (#)

That is interesting never that this grass is valuable. Thanks for information.

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author avatar Delicia Powers
2nd Jul 2011 (#)

Very good advice thank you Jayababy!

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author avatar Carol Kinsman
2nd Jul 2011 (#)

This is a very informative article. I used to do a 10 day wheatgrass fast every year and I will vouch for how great it makes you feel. It's tough getting used to the taste though. Thank you, jayababy.

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author avatar Denise O
3rd Jul 2011 (#)

I am not a fan of the taste of it but, a lot of things I take for my health is well, yucky. I do feel better when I partake the drinking of this juice. Great info. Thank you for sharing.:)

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