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Wheatgrass Juice

Wheatgrass (baby wheat) juice is an extremely important body cleanser and natural food. Since Dr. Ann Wigmore rediscovered the nutritional qualities of wheatgrass juice in 1960, the juice has helped hundreds of thousands of people around the world overcome serious health problems. However, wheatgrass juice is not a panacea. If you continue to consume processed foods, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, burned foods and other toxic substances that have made you ill, a few millilitres of wheatgrass juice each day won't make much difference. Instead, try consuming a predominantly (or entirely) raw food diet, with wheatgrass juice. You will probably experience a world of improvement.

What's in wheatgrass juice? Over 100 elements have been isolated and scientists have concluded that it is a complete food. Only 7kg of fresh wheatgrass is the nutritional equivalent of 159 kg of the choicest vegetables. The solid content of wheatgrass is approximately 70% chlorophyll, and the chlorophyll molecule in wheatgrass is almost identical to the haemoglobin molecule in human blood. The major difference is in the central atom: iron in blood, magnesium in wheatgrass juice. Scientists believe that chlorophyll is the natural blood-building substance of all plant-eaters and humans. In fact, in animals with severe induced anaemia, chlorophyll has been found to have the same fast blood-building effects as iron.

Why is wheatgrass juice good for humans? Chlorophyll in wheatgrass juice has been found to increase the functions of the heart, vascular system, intestines, uterus and lungs. Wheatgrass juice also disinfects, and it can reduce the effects of radiation.

Wheatgrass juice contains liquid oxygen, which promotes clearer thinking and acts as a natural antioxidant. The abscisic acid in wheatgrass juice helps halt cancer cells' growth hormones.

Wheatgrass juice also helps eliminate toxins stored in the body such as hardened mucus, crystallized fatty acids, fat deposits, calcification and solidified decaying faecal matter.

As we know, selenium is vital to help purge the body of toxic heavy metals such as lead, mercury, cadmium and arsenic. Because of the age of the Australian continent, most Australian soil is deficient in selenium. For this reason, many farmers routinely supplement their stockfeed with selenium. Wheatgrass juice (and garlic, seaweed and onions) all provide concentrated sources of selenium.

Wheatgrass juice helps heal ulcers and respiratory infections. It increases resistance to X-rays and helps restore our natural blood alkalinity. Wheatgrass juice removes bad breath and other body odours (try chewing some after eating garlic or onion), reduces itching, soothes sunburn, disinfects, tightens loose and sagging skin, and alleviates dandruff. Because wheatgrass juice is an extremely powerful food you don't need to drink a lot. Start by drinking just 30ml per day on an empty stomach, and juiced in a proper slow-turning wheatgrass juicer. Drink the wheatgrass juice immediately! Oxidation destroys much of any juice's value within minutes. Always dilute the wheatgrass juice with water at least 1:1. (The juice, taken neat, can stress the kidneys.) Wait at least 30 minutes before eating any food or drinking any liquid.
If you find that you can drink 30 ml comfortably, begin to consume 60 ml, or even more, every day. (If you have too much you'll become nauseated.) If you find that even as little as 30ml causes you discomfort though, don't drink it -- just do enemas and implants.

Wheatgrass juice may be used throughout your body. Try it as a conditioner after your shampoo (no, it won't turn your hair green!).

How to Grow Wheatgrass

Start with organic wheat grain (available at your health food shop). If organic wheat grain is not available, commercial

wheat grain (the same wheat grain that most breads are made from) will work well.

Soak for 12 hours (summer) or 24 hours (winter).

Drain off water. Allow to sprout for 12 hours (summer) or 24 hours (winter).

Place paper in bottom of wheatgrass planting tray. Planting trays must have holes in bottom for drainage.(*)

Place top-quality soil (available from your nursery) in tray to even depth of 25-50 mm.

(Optional.) If you'd like to add minerals to the soil, get rock dust from your nursery or quarry. Mix a handful with the soil in each tray.

Distribute sprouted seeds evenly over the soil. Make sure that seeds aren't smothering one another.
Soak seeds and soil thoroughly with water.

Place tray in a dark place (20øC-30øC temperature for 2-3 days). A shady spot is sufficient if tray is covered with a hessian bag, blanket or towel, but don't use plastic. The humidity created will cause mold to form. Expect a few mice -- they love sprouted wheat!

Uncover. Water thoroughly again. Leave in shade (not complete darkness) until mature. Water whenever soil begins to feel dry.

During cooler months, when the night temperature is consistently below 15øC, you'll find that wheatgrass will grow much faster inside your (heated) home.

Don't worry if some mold forms on the soil - it's inevitable in Australia's coastal climate. When you harvest, harvest above the level of the mold.

Harvest with scissors when mature. You can either chew and swallow the juice and spit out pulp or get a proper slow-turning wheatgrass juicer. Blenders and other home juicers don't work -- they simply chop and oxidize the grass. The body can't digest chopped grass.

The grass will regrow and it can be harvested again. However, second growth is much weaker.
Recycle mat of soil and grass and start again.

If you have skin cancers, moles, warts or growths, place wet wheatgrass pulp on them, and cover with bandages. Change the pulp and the bandages every few hours. You'll probably notice improvement within a day or two.
If you have sinus or bronchial problems, try snorting a spoonful of juice up each nostril daily for a few days. It won't feel great, but you'll probably find that you can breathe easier! Place wheatgrass juice (diluted) in an eye cup and bathe your eyes. Your eyes will probably become much shinier and your eyesight may improve.

Enemas and Implants

We strongly recommend water enemas followed by wheatgrass juice implants. We know, of course, that enemas aren't natural. You certainly don't see wallabies in the bush doing enemas! Likewise, you don't see wallabies in the bush eating refined sugar, white bread and burned foods, drinking alcohol, smoking tobacco and taking drugs.
All of these poisons gradually build up in our colons, creating a thick, hard toxic scum that adds dead weight to our bodies, causes us to feel stressed and ill, and prevents the proper absorption of nutritious foods. So, we do water enemas and wheatgrass juice implants until we feel as well as we want to feel, and then we don't have to do them anymore!

Start with an enema bag.(*) Do enemas with body temperature water repeatedly until the water runs clear -- until all of the loose faecal matter is removed. Rest for 15-20 minutes. Then, empty any remaining water from the enema bag and place 90 ml of undiluted wheatgrass juice in the bag. Allow the wheatgrass juice to enter your colon. Gently massage your abdomen, moving the wheatgrass juice through the colon.

Most of the wheatgrass juice will be absorbed within 20 minutes. Usually two implants per day (spaced at least an hour apart) are sufficient. If you're in pain, though, you can relieve the pain by doing implants as often as every hour until the pain dissipates. Wheatgrass juice implants purge the colon and liver and nourish the body by being absorbed into the bloodstream through the colon. Just inside the rectum (where the juice is inserted) lies the haemorrhoidal vein, which enters into the portal circulation. The portal vein receives liquids, minerals, nutrients and toxins from the colon and transports all of these directly to the liver where they are either used or eliminated from the body. Since a portion of the wheatgrass juice is thus absorbed into the system, it works on the entire length of the colon, not only on the lower bowel.
Women might also like to try wheatgrass juice as a vaginal implant. Don't use your enema bag, though! Instead, buy a baby syringe and place 60 ml of undiluted wheatgrass juice in the vagina. Allow it to be absorbed. You may find, like hundreds of female Hippocrates students, that the vagina will then eliminate a white sticky fungus -- Candida albicans.
So what does all this about wheatgrass juice and raw foods mean to you? Simply this: if you'd like to feel better -- younger -- less stressed -- more energetic -- lighter -- try a diet high in raw foods, plus wheatgrass juice, for at least one month. Remember, though, that you may experience brief discomfort as a result of toxins being released into your bloodstream and out of your body. Persist! You will soon enjoy superior health. If you have queries about Dr. Ann Wigmore's 100% Vegan Wheatgrass and Living Foods Program, please phone us. Good health to you!


Ronald Bradley (BA, MA, USA) is the Founding Director of Hippocrates Health Centre of Australia. Mudgeeraba 4213, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. Tel: 07-5530-2860.
(*)(Large, imported high-quality planting trays, enema bags and baby syringes are all available from Hippocrates Health Centre.)
Article copyright Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients.