|Statement||H. Ted Upgren, Jr. ; illustrated by Burdette Calkins ; cover art and layout-design by Mike Bruner.|
|LC Classifications||F640 .U64 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 211 p. :|
|Number of Pages||211|
|ISBN 10||0962012203, 0962012211|
|LC Control Number||88050045|
The Wheatgrass Book is the most complete and authoritative guide to the subject of using wheatgrass juice for maximum benefit. The fresh juice of young wheat plants is a storehouse of natural vitamins, minerals, chlorophyll, enzymes, and life energy/5(). Chapters include: green power from wheatgrass, how wheatgrass chlorophyll works, super nutrition from wheatgrass, how to grow and juice wheatgrass and the many uses of wheatgrass. This is a must for the person serious about incorporating wheatgrass into his or her health regimen. About The Wheatgrass Book. The Wheatgrass Book is written by Ann Wigmore – the woman who introduced wheatgrass . Wheat grass is the greatest boon bestowed by Mother Nature on man because it has amazing remedial properties. By consuming its juice, we not only get rid of many diseases, but also earn immunity from several diseases. The handbook renders use ful infromation about this nectareous herbal remedy. This book is for anyone wanting to learn what all the talk is—about wheatgrass. This dark green elixir is the one vital component for anyone looking to turn around their health. Ann Wigmore, the mother of wheatgrass, provides amazing information about the benefits of adding wheatgrass to any living lifestyle. There are no shortcuts to s:
Penguin, - Health & Fitness - pages 2 Reviews The Wheatgrass Book is written by Ann Wigmore - the woman who introduced wheatgrass juice to America 30 years ago. Ann's book /5(2). The Wheatgrass Book is the most complete and authoritative guide to the subject of using wheatgrass juice for maximum benefit. The fresh juice of young wheat plants is a storehouse of natural vitamins, minerals, chlorophyll, enzymes, and life energy. In this book, you will learn how wheat- grass juice helps to nourish every cell of. This book contains one exceptional essay that I would highly recommend to everyone, "The Sacred and the Superfund." As for the rest of it, although I love the author's core message--that we need to find a relationship to the land based on reciprocity and gratitude, rather than exploitation--I have to admit, I found the book a bit of a struggle /5(K). H. Ted Upgren Jr. is the author of Across the Wheatgrass ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ) and Of time-- and the prairie ( avg r /5(2).
"Across the Wheatgrass is a book about natural resources and the outdoors. It offers opportunity to learn about wildlife management through activities of managers both public and private. There are hunting and fishing stories as well as interviews with old-timers about their early day activities -- what drew them to the prairie and why they stayed."--Foreword. Pines International and Ann Wigmore popularized wheatgrass in the s, but it was Charles F. Schnabel in the s who began wheatgrass history by documenting the amazing nutrition in wheatgrass. Schnabel was not alone. Other scientists, medical doctors, hospitals and health practitioners produced a significant volume of research on wheatgrass and other cereal grasses . Wheatgrass shots have been around since the s — believe it or not. While you can purchase wheatgrass in a can, powdered, or frozen, you’ll find it most often as a shot of fresh-pressed juice. Some call this liquified shot of green a “miracle cure”. The Wheatgrass Book. Penguin, 14, ↑ Mujoriya, Rajesh, and Ramesh Babu Bodla. “A study on wheat grass and its Nutritional value.” Food Science and Quality Management 2, ↑ Karimi, M. “Grandma remedies and herbal medicines for relieving toothache.” Open Access Journal of Dental Sciences, ↑ Shafi, Sabeeha.