This Grass Grows in temperate regions throughout Europe and the United States and can be found indoors and outdoors. Many people grow their wheatgrass by putting wheat seeds in water and then harvesting the leaves. It is a natural source of vitamins and minerals, a few of which are antioxidants. The leaves are tough to digest, so they are crushed and squeezed to make juice.
Two years ago, I visited a health and wellness exhibition and saw many health-related medicinal value products displayed at each counter. Among all the products, I chose one labeled with wheatgrass(Goduma gaddi). An old man was sitting near the counter, glanced at me, and asked, “Would you like to purchase wheatgrass?” I was puzzled and, with a pause, started asking him about the history and its benefits. He gave a friendly voice and gave a booklet on wheatgrass. I started reading the booklet. As I have seen in the booklet, you know about the history, importance, and benefits of wheatgrass.
Freshly sprouted first leaves of the common wheat plant. The botanical name for wheatgrass is Triticum aestivum. It is used as a food, drink, or dietary supplement. The consumption of wheatgrass started in the 1930s. Triticum, believed that Wigmore, founder of the Hippocrates Health Institute, as a part of the raw food diet, which cleanses the body of toxins . It can also treat serious diseases. Some claim that using wheatgrass is possibly dangerous.
Wheatgrass has health benefits for
- General well being
- Nutrients absorption
- lowers free radical damage
- Beneficial to the overall immune system
- Helpful for heart and blood vessels
- Combat infections
- 7.Lowers stomach pain (treats ulcerative colitis)
- Prevents diabetics
Make it a part of your regular diet to improve the immune system and overall health. Remember to take the right dose at the right time with dietary supplements to get maximum health benefits.