Very good point. Thank you for pointing me.
I've just started to grow few plates with barley and few with wheatgrass on my balcony. I'll try to find the difference. But your point seems very reasonable.
Quinta what do you think about doing enema with barley juice or even wheatgrass juice?
i have never tried it but i have thought about it. it sounds like it would be a great idea. chlorophyll is a superb detoxer and will detox and neutralize pathogens. also there is a direct pathway between the lower bowels and the liver which means that the wheatgrass juice will go directly to the liver which would be a good thing also.
if you try it please post how it goes, i would be interested in hearing about it.
Fresh wheatgrass juice enemas stimulate the liver to cleanse. Wheatgrass enema nutrients are absorbed by the hemorrhoidal vein, just inside the anal sphincter, then circulate to the liver where they increase peristaltic action of the colon, and attract waste and old fecal matter like a magnet to be eliminated from the body. Wheatgrass juice tones the colon and is absorbed into the blood, adding oxygen and energy to the body.
Use pure water for an initial enema rinse of the colon.
Then use about a cup of water to 4 ounces of fresh wheatgrass juice.
Hold the juice for ten minutes while massaging colon area. Then, expel