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wheat grass

A chlorophyll-rich grass whose extracted juice is promoted as a treatment for anemia, ulcerative colitis, and other ailments.
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A Wheat grass is sprouting up all over--as a "boost" at the neighborhood juice bar, performance enhancer at athletic events and even as the star ingredient of "the wheat grass diet," which promises an abundance of health benefits.
2: The effect of density on the yield of wheat grass Canary Canary grass plant m2 80 22 40 20 20 8 10 10 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Forget coffee table books and knickknacks; the Galapagos coffee table from Brooklyn-based Lwindesign allows you to incorporate anything from magazines to river rocks; you can even grow wheat grass in its cavities.
The Galapagos coffee table has a split cavity design that accommodates activities from storing magazines to growing wheat grass.
We tried everything from lots of wheat grass to ozone and enemas, lots of fruit, vegetables and we completely removed meat from my intake.
Plant-based litters are made from materials such as corn, corncobs, cornhusks, wheat by-products, wheat grass and beet pulp.
Some other terms described include anticaking agents, biopsy, dinkel, endomysial gliadin, gene testing, glutinous rice, Job's Tears, kawmut, maltodextrin, prolamine fraction, ragi, textured vegetable protein, vinegar, wheat grass juice and yeast.
The bars are free of trans fat and cholesterol, and contain vitamins, minerals and enzymes found in foods such as wheat grass, broccoli and green tea.
Wheat grass is full of enzymes and is one of the most potent of greens.
And forget trying to persuade a nation that wheat grass is edible.
I'm on heart medication, chelation therapy, and drink wheat grass juice.