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Organic Wheatgrass Seeds
Organic Wheatgrass Seeds

Organic Wheatgrass Seeds

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Info: Available in 400 gram Resealable Baggies

Wheatgrass is a "perfect food" which provides energy, high quality vitamins, minerals, enzymes and protein; an ounce of its fresh juice is akin to two pounds of green salad).

Great for sprouting, organic wheatgrass seeds are typically soaked and germinated prior to planting for best results; please see growing directions below.

Product Notes:

There are many different ways to enjoy wheatgrass seeds, such as in salads or sandwiches, or blended in a juicer -- especially together with barleygrass seeds.

At Aviva, we also offer a variety of sprouting jars, seeds and kits to grow these or other seeds that will surely satisfy any grower, whether a beginner gardener or a green-thumb pro.

Among other things, sprouted wheatgrass juice can reportedly help the body eliminate toxins and wastes, including heavy metals; and stimulate enzyme activity; and help reduce bacteria populations, fight infections and improve the ability to heal wounds; and help soothe irritated tissue and alleviate skin problems such as eczema or psoriasis; and alkalize the blood, and dilate blood vessels to enable blood to flow more easily; and the chlorophyll in it can help improve blood sugar disorders and help eliminate body odours.


Organic Wheatgrass Seeds.

Suggested Usage:

There are many different ways to enjoy wheatgrass such as blended in a smoothie, as an addition to a sandwich, on top of a salad, or even thrown in a juicer and transformed into a refreshing drink! You can also chew on the fresh wheatgrass you've grown, like gum, to extract the healthful juices out, yourself.

Suggested Usage:

Growing Instructions:

  1. Place seeds in a bowl; the number will depend on the size of the growing pot or location.
  2. Add water, at room temperature (60-70F): about two to three times the volume of the seeds.
  3. Soak the seeds overnight / about 8 to 12 hours.
  4. Place the soaked seeds in your sprouter, and place the sprouter in the full sun.
  5. Rinse and drain the seeds every 8 to 12 hours until you see a small root.
  6. Plant the sprouted plants in flowerpots that can drain well and are filled with soil.
  7. Water the seedlings thoroughly. Do not let them dry out.
  8. After a week, they should be large enough to use as a dietary supplement.