Benefits

Helps regulate body pH preventing the proliferation of viruses, bacteria, germs and other diseases
Excellent anti-anemic and stabilizer of missing nutrients, whether vitamins, minerals, amino acids or proteins
Strengthens the immune system, elevates defenses and red blood cells
Regulates intestinal mobility and inflammation by breaking down undigested food
Strengthens the systems: digestive, reproductive, respiratory, circulatory and cardiovascular
Helps regulate cholesterol, triglycerides and blood sugar
Helps to improve the function of purification and absorption of fat
Helps stabilize the nervous system
Improves eyesight, hair, nails and skin as it prevents cell aging, stimulates collagen and elastin
Rapid absorption in the body: 20 minutes

 

  • Rich in chlorophyll
  • Source of iron, calcium and potassium
  • Rich in vitamins A, B and C
  • Living enzymes

Herbe d'orge BIO d'Allemagne

CHF12.90Price
  • Description

    Barley grass is the tender shoot of the seed that has germinated and developed until the development of its cotyledon.

    These green shoots reach their maximum nutritional peak when they are about 10 to 15 cm in height.

    Once the green leaves are harvested, they are dried at a low temperature and crushed into a very fine powder. The cultivation of barley shoots is similar to that of wheat.

    Did you know ?

    Barley grass powder is a superfood that stands out for its richness in chlorophyll and its content of micronutrients such as calcium, potassium, iron, vitamin A, C and B.

    Among its benefits: detoxification, alkalinization and remineralization .

    Taken regularly it contributes significantly to improve constipation, facilitate digestion, improve anemic states, regulate the hours of sleep and eliminate body odor.

    Consuming raw foods rich in chlorophyll creates a cleansing effect on the body.

    Origin

    Its culture dates back to ancient Egypt but it was also known to the Greeks and Romans. These used them to make bread and it was also the food base of the Roman gladiators.

    In Switzerland, charred remains of cakes made from coarsely ground barley kernels and wheat dating from the Stone Age have been found.