I'm sorry to hear so many people have been taught the wrong way to use wheatgrass juice and are using grass that is too old and bitter.
When Dr. Wigmore’s doctors in Boston tested the grass in their labs, the grass that is 7 days old was very sweet.
If a person has parasites, bacteria and viruses in their GI tract, it will make you throw up, definitely. It’s supposed to. It you’re not upchucking, it’s not working.
The optimum way to take it is to chew every mouthful at least 2 minutes before you swallow it. That way everything is broken down for easy assimilation. The protein is broken down into amino acids; the starch, into simple sugar; and the fat, into essential fatty acids.
Cutting it on the 7th day is the trick, because on that day, something very special happens – the electrical force switches from positive ionization (which makes you feel like you are under a fluorescent tube all day or in a ’sick’ office) to negative ionization (which makes you feel like you’re in a rain, or at the beach, fresh and alert).
I don’t like the grass that is being grown with animal manure because the pathogens have not been killed all the way, for most of those that I’ve tried, and it’s dangerous.
It’s so easy to grow your own. Take a teaspoon of kelp and sprinkle it on the dirt and mix it in well and it won’t mold. The peroxide works too, but it not as good as the kelp. When we began to grow wheatgrass, buckwheat and sunflower tray greens in Puerto Rico at the Ann Wigmore Institute there, we had to move the nursery around until we got the temperature just right, because they need around 72 F.
My email address is [email protected] if you want to know private things to do with wheatgrass juice.
I have it growing and I just cut some off and chew it and spit the pulp out.
It should not be put into smoothies, ever.
Peace and Love Be With You,
Dr. Flora van Orden III