The fresh juice of young wheat plants is a storehouse of natural vitamins, minerals, chlorophyll, enzymes and life energy. It is considered by many people to be the most healing of all grasses. It contains more than 90 elements from the soil, and it is one of nature’s richest sources of vitamins A and C. When it is grown in fertile organic soil, it contains all of the known mineral elements and is rich in calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, potassium, sulfur, sodium, cobalt and zinc. Wheatgrass is also abundant in vitamin B17, which can destroy cancer cells selectively.
Scientists at the University of Texas concluded that wheatgrass juice is exceptional in its chlorophyll content. Known as ‘nature’s greatest healer’, chlorophyll produces an environment that suppresses bacterial growth in the body and counteracts ingested toxins. It also helps to purify the liver, build the blood’s oxygen-carrying potential and regulate digestion.