All Wheatgrass Benefits/Effects/Facts & Information
Wheatgrass (triticum aestivum) is supplemented for its nutrient dense properties. Known for optimizing health and improving detoxification.
Wheatgrass is said to contain over 100 different nutrients needed by the body to help reduce free radical damage (aging, illness, stress, fatigue), strengthen cardiovascular health (better blood flow, improved energy, less fatigue), and can help you sustain an optimal energy level throughout the day.
Wheatgrass is abundant in several health boosting nutrients including:
Encourages a healthy metabolism
Stabilizes blood sugar levels
Strengthens eye sight health, skin, hair, and nails
Helps your sleep quality
Fights free radicals improving mood and overall well being
Things to Know About Wheatgrass
Wheatgrass Is Also Known As
Things to note about Wheatgrass
Traditionally, wheatgrass is supplemented in a ‘green’ smoothie but can be taken in capsule or tablet form too.
Wheatgrass is a strong anti-oxidant and daily supplementation can help you avoid getting sick, improve sleep quality, improve skin tone, strength nails and hair, improve mood, and reduce free radical damage.
How To Take Wheatgrass
Recommended Wheatgrass dosage, active amounts, other details
There is no daily recommended dosage for wheatgrass currently.
You can add a small amount to your morning water, smoothie, or salad. Most people mix a small bit into a glass a water and chug.
We advise following your products supplementation directions.
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