What is wheatgrass?

Answer Wheatgrass is considered a health food---in its raw form, it contains up to 70 percent chlorophyll, as well as amino acids, minerals, vitamins and enzymes. In juice form, wheatgrass should be consu... Read More »

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What is wheatgrass juice?

Wheatgrass juice is a health drink made from the young shoots of the wheat plant, (Triticum aestivum). First used a health additive in the 1930's, wheatgrass is available as fresh produce and in fr... Read More »

What is the origin of wheatgrass?

Wheatgrass is a strain of wheat used for thousands of years, but its origins as a popular juice happened in the 1950s as the result of studies done by Dr. Ann Wigmore, according to Healthy Wheatgra... Read More »

What kind of wheatgrass grows best in sandy soil?

Standard crested wheatgrass is the best choice for sandy soil, according to Montana State University's Animal and Range Sciences Extension Service. Standard crested wheatgrass is also hearty in dry... Read More »

Can you eat wheatgrass?

Wheat grass seeds can be eaten. The sprouts can be served in salads, or ground up for baking dough.