Friday, July 17, 2015

Tropical Wheatgrass Powder - Natural Food Supplement from Kurrants

I have recently had the opportunity to review Tropical Wheatgrass Powder. This is something new to me, but as I need added energy with my Fibro and wheatgrass is famed to help with energy, I decided to try it. As far as knowing what wheatgrass is and how it helps the human body I decided to do some research and I found that gave one of the best overviews of wheat grass.

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" Wheatgrass is a kind of grass. The above-ground parts, roots, and rhizome are used to make medicine. Wheatgrass is primarily used as a concentrated source of nutrients. It contains vitamin A, vitamin C, and vitamin E, iron, calcium, magnesium, and amino acids.

Wheatgrass is used to treat many conditions, but so far there isn’t enough scientific evidence to support effectiveness for any of these uses.

Wheatgrass is used for increasing production of hemoglobin, the chemical in red blood cells that carries oxygen; improving blood sugar disorders, such as diabetes; preventing tooth decay; improving wound healing; and preventing bacterial infections.

It is also used for removing deposits of drugs, heavy metals, and cancer-causing agents from the body; and for removing toxins from the liver and blood.

Some people use wheatgrass for preventing gray hair, reducing high blood pressure, improving digestion, and lowering cholesterol by blocking its absorption.

Wheatgrass is also used to treat various disorders of the urinary tract, including infection of the bladder, urethra, and prostate; benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH);kidney stones; and in "irrigation therapy," the use of a mild diuretic along with lots of fluids to increase urine flow.

Other uses include treatment of respiratory tract complaints, including the common cold, cough, bronchitis, fever, and sore throat; tendency toward infection; gout; liver disorders; ulcerative colitis; joint pain; and chronic skin problems.

Wheatgrass is used for cancer and arthritis in alternative treatment programs. Wheatgrass contains a lot of chlorophyll, the chemical in plants that makes them green and also allows them to make energy from sunlight through photosynthesis. Some people think chlorophyll might fight cancer and arthritis.

Wheatgrass juice is a popular health drink. It is thought to benefit health only when fresh and taken on an empty stomach immediately after extraction. But there is no research to date that supports this.

In foods and beverages, wheatgrass extracts are used as a flavoring component.

How does it work?

Wheatgrass contains chemicals that might have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory (swelling) activity, which is why some people think it might be helpful for ulcerative colitis. It also contains a chemical that seems to kill bacterial infections.

This helped me to see the benefits of Wheatgrass and how it could help me in the long run. I really like that fact that is can add energy and clean toxins out of my system. There are no known side effects, but I would suggest talking to your doctor before using if you have grass allergies, as wheatgrass is a type of grass.

Wheatgrass has a smell that reminds me of alfalfa and it is processed in the form of a green powder. The most common use of wheatgrass is a scoop added to warm water and honey. I prefer it mixed in with food or a smoothie, this also helps you receive added benefits, such as antioxidants, like in my berry wheatgrass smoothie.

There are many recipes to be found online containing wheatgrass, many are for wheatgrass juice. The thing I have found is to start with a small amount and add to taste. Wheatgrass has a strong taste so you do not want the taste to overwhelm what you are eating. I mix a scoop of wheatgrass to 2 cups of smoothie. Then again if you can handle the taste for a few moments you can mix it with warm water and honey and get a quick shot of juice for your day.

I look forward to added energy and better health with this wheatgrass and hope you do to. After trying your wheatgrass please feel free to come back here and share your recipes and wheatgrass secrets!!

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1 comment:

  1. Awesoe review! Thanks for sharing the recipe. It looks really good and healthy.