Description of Barley Grass 100 caps from Nature's Way
Barley Grass (Hordeum vulgare) grown in the winter and early spring on the Midwestern plains. Because it matures slowly and is tempered by the weather, it provides a greater nutritional value and a lower sugar content than Wheat Grass or Barley Grass sprouted indoors in a warmer environment. Barley is considered a super food, high in nutrient cofactors. Barley was the first cereal crop to be cultivated. The Egyptians and Greeks believed barley was a sacred gift from the Gods.
Nature's Way Barley Grass is 100% whole leaf powder. We maintain the natural plant fiber and nutritional benefits of the whole plant. On an equal weight basis, Nature's Way Barley Grass has twice the fiber content of bran. Nature's Way Barley Grass is specially grown without the use of herbicides or pesticides. Immediately after harvest, the grass is dehumidified at low temperatures to preserve the healthy goodness of this chlorophyll-rich green grass. Our barley grass is harvested when it is eight inches tall for optimal nutrient potency.
Is there gluten in Nature's Way Barley Grass?
Typically, gluten is only found in the seed; therefore, since Barley Grass is harvested long before the stalk is formed, this product does not contain gluten. This product should not trigger a reaction for those with allergies.
What is the difference between products that use the whole plant versus those with dried juice?
Some products maintain that a juice is assimilated faster than the whole plant. This would be true of fresh juice or a powder reconstituted in water, but less so for tablets or capsules of powdered juice.
Serving size 3 capsules
Barley Grass 1.5 g
Gelatin, Magnesium (oxide, aspartate)
Recommended Daily Dosage
Take two to three capsules three times daily with water at mealtimes or prepared as a tea.
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