Organic Wheatgrass Seeds


What is it and how do you use it?
The grass from a variety of different wheats. At Hippocrates, the hard red winter berry is used, but in the UK, spelt is more common. It must be juiced in order for it to be digestible; it cannot be eaten.

What’s in it?
More like what isn’t.?!? A 2oz serving contains the same amount of nutrition as 5lbs raw, organic vegetables, as well as oodles of enzymes and 21 amino acids. More specifically:

  • Cal: 21
  • Protein: 1.95g
  • Carb: 2g
  • Magnesium: 24mg
  • Potassium: 147mg
  • Zinc: 0.33mg
  • Calcium: 24.2mg
  • Sodium: 10.3mg
  • Vitamin C: 3.65mg
  • Biotin: 10mcg
  • Choline: 92.4mg
  • Vitamin E: 15.2 IU
  • Chlorophyll: 42.2mg
  • Vitamin B6 (Cyanocobalamin): less than 1 mcg

  • Iron: 0.61mg
  • Folic acid: 29mcg
  • Vitamin A: 427 IU
  • Vitamin B1 (Thiamine): 0.08mg
  • Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin): 0.13mg
  • Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide): 0.11mg
  • Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic HCl): 0.02mg

Who should drink it?

Why I love it
Well, as you probably know by now, I can’t stand the taste or the smell of it. But NOTHING comes close to this on the entire planet for nutritional impact, liver cleansing, alkalising, cancer-fighting and overall detox. It’s a necessary evil in my book, and the taste is a small price to pay in return.

What will I need to grow it?
Read the instructions here.

Prefer to buy ready grown?
Buy ready-grown wheatgrass

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This section has taken a great deal of time to compile. Why? Because it had to be right, only guiding you towards products I use myself on a regular basis, or, if it’s irrelevant to me, trusting the word of someone else I know who rates it highly, who has had cause to use the product themselves.

Wherever possible, the products will be organic – always my own personal first choice. If they are not, it’s more than likely that it is unofficially organic – not doused in harmful chemicals and sourced from a small producer who cannot afford the exorbitant costs it can mean to certify a product as organic.

And, wherever relevant, all products are vegan and cruelty-free. (You can’t get a vegan water pick, for example. I did try).

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