posted on Jun, 30 2007 @ 06:21 PM
Wheatgrass juice has the same molecular composition as blood with one molecule being different. Wheatgrass juice has a molecule of magnesium in the
place where blood has a molecule of iron. Since "life" is considered to be in the blood, drinking wheatgrass juice (or "implanting" via colonics)
is considered by many nutritionists to be a blood purifier, tonic, immune booster, etc.
All grasses are edible but not all grasses are as nutritious as wheatgrass (juice). You also have to watch out for those black spots on grain grasses
as they are probably ergot-a powerful hallucinogenic and vasoconstrictor. People have died from eating ergot contaminated grain. Like most
"poisons", ergot is therapeutic (for migraines) in small doses. Since you can't determine the dose of ergot from that grown in a field, it's best
to avoid it altogether.
By the way, where did you get your manual juicer?
Max Gerson recommends a grind-n-press juicer for maximum nutritional benefit rather than the centrifugal force juicers; and not just for wheatgrass
but for all juicing (fruits, vegetables).