Barley Grass Juice
The Holy Grass of Gods and Goddesses
Barley grass may seem like a new health fad, but it is actually an Ayurvedic superfood. It is used in the celebration of Hindu festivals as a holy blessing food. Barley grass is the leafy component of the barley plant and is a gluten-free component as it is harvested long before the plant starts making more complex chemicals like gluten. Evidence-based natural medicine demonstrates that barley grass is a superfood for the heart and for healthy blood formation. It is shown that long-term use lowers cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar levels. As the plant is high in the pigment chlorophyll, it is also an agent of blood nutrition.
Key Health Benefits
Antidiabetic effect Regulates blood pressure
Protects the liver Anti-acne
Detoxifying Antidepressant Gastrointestinal support
Prevents hypoxia (low oxygen)Alleviates constipation
Improves bone health
Improves mental health
Long Term Superfood for Chronic Diseases
As a green superfood, barley grass is a stomach cooling compound which means that it may be helpful for an acidic, inflamed stomach lining. It is known to be alkalizing without negatively impacting the levels of hydrochloric acid. thus, it does not negatively influence digestion. Due to the high nutrition content, it is also a food that supplies both vitamins and minerals at high doses.
The Plant of Bone Health
Barley grass is a compound high in both bone-building as well as blood-building compounds. It contains about 11 times the amount of calcium in cow's milk. Additionally, unlike cow's milk, it is alkalizing which means that it puts the body in the right conditions for bone building. Barley grass juice also supplies many trace minerals that are important for healthy bone formation.
Barley grass is a grass that prefers temperate climates and was actually one of the first cultivated grains. It is thought to have originated from the area of the Fertile Crescent and was thought to have been spread by humans around Eurasia by 2,000 BCE. Currently, different barley types are cultivated all over the world for grain.