Barley is a multi-functioning superfood (or even classified as a “total complete food” by Dr. Yoshihide Hagiwara) that can be used in several different ways throughout its life span. Barley at full maturation is a widely used grain, which is used in many products from cereals, to breads, to livestock feed. The great thing about this crop is the fact that it is highly adaptable to its surroundings; it can be grown in wet or dry regions as well as warm or cool. While there are many, many purposes for barley as a fully matured grain, the truly amazing benefits come before it’s fully matured and while it is a tender grass.
Did you know that Barley Grass is beneficial to people with arthritis, asthma, skin problems, obesity, anemia, constipation, impotence, hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, kidney problems and many more?
When barley is fully grown it is considered a grain, however, when barley is young and in the grass state, before the grain develops, it is more closely related to dark green leafy vegetables. This green grass is truly an amazing nutritional source that has been linked to some seriously healthy benefits dating all the way back to 2,000 BC.
Benefits of Barley Grass and its side effects
Sante Barley grass can be very beneficial for people who have arthritis, asthma, skin problems, obesity, anemia, constipation, impotence, hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, and kidney problems. Many of the nutrients in barley grass are very strong antioxidants that protect the body from free radical damage and enhance the immune system. Chlorophyll in barley grass is antibacterial and detoxifies the body. It also reduces fecal, urine, and body odors.
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