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Wheatgrass Cures Cancer

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Wheatgrass can be juiced. Wheatgrass is one of the best available sources of chlorophyll of all the green plants. It also contains vitamins A, E, and K. In addition to carbohydrates, proteins, fats and minerals that are essential for human growth and development. Wheatgrass contains laetrile-B17 that has found to be a cure for cancer. Wheatgrass has also been referred to as "Green Blood" because of the similarities between hemoglobin in the blood and chlorophyll found in wheatgrass.

Chlorophyll has a critical role in the destruction of germs, varicose veins, ulcers, and even heart disease. It has also been known to cure most infections within the human body. It purifies the blood resulting in an increase in immunity and bodily functions. Chlorophyll is also known as a tonic for the brain, meaning it can be used by the sick for treating brain hemorrhage and other afflictions of the brain. A healthy person will benefit from chlorophyll to maintain optimum health and a body free from disease and infection. A sick person who consumed chlorophyll will help to heal their diseases and increase their immunity.

Soil Preparation

The soil used in flowerpots is perfect soil for growing wheatgrass. Good black quality soil should be used. Add manure to the soil; the ratio should be about 70% soil and 30% manure. Make certain the no chemical fertilizer or other chemicals are added to the soil.

Pot Selection

Ceramic or plastic pots are good for growing wheatgrass. The pots can be circular, square, or rectangle and 40 x 30 cm.

Seed Quality

Large grains of wheat are preferable to the smaller what berries. The wheat berries should not be sprayed with harmful pesticides or used for seed.

Water Requirements

Spraying magnetized water in pots yields the most effective result for growing wheatgrass. The water should be kept in contact with the 3000 gross power magnets for at least 20 hours. Magnets should be placed at the north and south sides of the cup, container.


Fill soil to the top of the pot, leaving about 1 inch at the top. Sprouted seeds should be spread on top and covered with a thin layer of soil or paper towel. Sprinkle water over the soil or paper towel. Wait about two days and plant the remaining 1/4 seeds, continue this process for about seven days, planting every two days.


Once the wheatgrass has grown about 7 to 10 inches in length it should be cut. The pot grown on the first day should be ready to cut around the 8th or 9th day. The wheatgrass grown on the 2nd day should be ready on the 10th day and so on. Cut the grass as close to the soil as possible without cutting away any roots. Next wash the grass and allow it to dry on a towel, refrigerate or juice it. The pot should be dried in the sunlight before reuse.


Juicing wheatgrass is simple and easy, but does require a special juicer made for juicing wheatgrass. Grab a handful of the clean and dried wheatgrass and place it in the juicer. The juicer should be able to churn the grass into juice. The juice can then be drunk in small quantities for the first week. Introduce larger amounts of wheatgrass into your diet very slowly.

Helpful Tips

Wheatgrass is best grown in indirect sunlight. Sun will keep mold, bacteria and other harmful growths from forming on the plant. The best time for drinking wheatgrass juice is in the morning or on an empty stomach. Wait at least one hour before and one hour after drinking wheatgrass juice before eating. Drinking water with wheatgrass will not interfere with the benefits of wheatgrass.

Sometimes people have uncomfortable side effects with drinking wheatgrass (nausea, diarrhea or dizziness), if so you have taken too much juice and need to consume less.



Mar 5, 2010 3:04am
Very interesting article. I'm always looking for super healthy foods to add to my diet. So far I have blueberries, tuna (or any kind of fish), V8 juice, hot green tea, and probably a few more that I can't think of right now. I'll have to try some wheatgrass juice sometime and see how much I like it. It seems easy enough to grow but I don't want to go through the trouble if I can't stand to even taste it. I like most everything though so I'm not too worried about it :-)

Thanks for sharing your info I had never even heard of wheatgrass until now!
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