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Greener Grasses - 10 ounces

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2.60 LBS
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Healthforce Nutritionals
Greener Grasses™

10 Oz Powder - $26.95

Greener Grasses™ is an incredible combination of green grasses. It provides healthy alkaline elements and a large amount of 100% whole food nutrients (vitamins, minerals, chlorophyll, fiber, phytonutrients, trace minerals, including those that are naturally colloidal, and more)!

It contains 6 different forms of organically grown grasses: Whole leaf: Wheat Grass, Barley Grass (naturally occurring fiber) Pure Juices: Alfalfa Leaf, Kamut® Grass, Barley Grass, Oat Grass

These grasses have incredible nutrient profiles due to the unique, nutrient-dense soil, multiple growing locations and harvesting just before the "jointing stage" of the grasses. Greener Grasses™ actually tastes good! It is not "too sweet" like fresh grass juice due to harvesting the mature, rather than immature, grasses. It actually has a pleasant "Malty" flavor that really adds nice flavor to carrot-based juices and even citrus juices. We even have a recipe for "Malted Vegetable Juice" (hot and cold) in the book"Uncooking With Jameth & Kim". The recipe is also included at the end of this page. 

Due to micro-fine grinding techniques used with the whole leaf grasses, Greener Grasses™ has a smooth, non-gritty texture, yet still provides needed fiber. 

Excellent Source of:
Fiber and nutrients to support a healthy bowel. Bio-available and non-toxic vitamins, minerals, trace minerals, chlorophyll, phytochemicals, and more!

Suggested Usage: 2 or more heaping tbsp. per day, mixed in any liquid (including fresh citrus juices), added to smoothies, salads, or any food/drink. Add to fresh carrot-based juices for a wonderful "malty" tasting treat. Greener Grasses™ is a super concentrated food, and its benefits increase when more is consumed. Absolutely no toxicity! Great to take by itself or in addition to any of the other superfoods we offer. Some may experience loose bowels due to the internal cleansing action of Greener Grasses™. If you do, reduce daily consumption to 1/2 teaspoon and increase gradually.

Malted Vegetable Juice
Warm (a.k.a. Raw "Hot Chocolate") or Cold
From the book "Uncooking With Jameth & Kim"

1 cup of fresh raw carrot juice
1-2 tablespoons of Greener Grasses™
Optional: 1-2 teaspoons of lecithin powder or granules (preferably Non GMO Lecithin Powder)
Optional: Celery juice
Optional: Beet Juice

Cold Malted Juice: 
This is a wonderful tasting and deeply nourishing food combination. Make or buy fresh carrot juice or a fresh carrot juice combination. Add a little celery juice and/or beet juice if you desire. Add Greener Grasses™ and optional lecithin. Mix/shake well and enjoy. We recommend you start by adding 1 tablespoon of Greener Grasses™, rather than 2, and by adding 2 teaspoons of lecithin powder/granules. The lecithin (optional) gives a more creamy taste. You can increase the Greener Grasses™ to 1.5 tablespoons, and then to 2 tablespoons per cup of carrot juice eventually.

Rhio's favorite:

8-10 ounces apple and beet juice
1 to 2 tbsp. Greener Grasses™

Mix and enjoy.

Warm Malted Juice (aka "Hot Chocolate"): 
Follow the directions for the cold malted. Then pour this mixture into the top of a double boiler. Heat on stove on a low setting until it reaches approximately 105-110°F. Stir well with a wooden spoon while warming so that the juice is warmed evenly (and not warmed too much in any area). Remove from the heat as soon as it reaches your desired temperature.

How to control the temperature:
You can use your own finger to measure the temperature. Your body temperature is approximately 98.6°F. When you put your finger into the mixture, notice if it feels cool, the same or warmer. If it feels cool, it is less than 98.6°F. If it feels the same, it is approximately 98.6°F. If it feels slightly warmer than your finger, it is only slightly above 98.6°F and the perfect temperature for drinking. If is feels quite a bit warmer, it may be hot enough to cause or start to cause enzyme destruction. You can also get a kitchen thermometer and put it in the liquid to measure the temperature (this will allow you to get a feeling for what certain temperatures feel like when you use your finger as a thermometer). Try not to heat the juice to enzyme-destructive temperatures, as doing so will lessen its nutritional benefits.

Another method for warming juice is to put it in a waterproof container such as a glass or bottle with a lid or top. Then fill up a container, or your sink, with very warm water. Immerse the glass or bottle in water until it is warmed (usually about 5 minutes, depending on the temperature of the water, and the amount of juice to be warmed). Even if the water temperature in your container is past the enzyme-preservation temperature (approximately 118°F), it will not heat the contents of your jar/bottle to enzyme destructive temperatures unless the water is much hotter than that and you leave your glass/jar in for too long. This is because the water is cooling constantly, and the colder juice in the glass/jar is cooling itself and the water.

If you warm it just a little too much, or if the pan is steaming on the bottom after you pour it out, do not fret. Remember that enzymes are destroyed when subjected to 118°F for 30 minutes; leukocytosis does not occur until somewhere in the range of 170°F-206°F; and short term exposure above 118°F (depending on how far above and how long) does not cause enzyme destruction. Also, if you do end up heating a small portion of your juice to enzyme destructive temperatures, consider that the vast majority of it is still raw; it is still extremely nutrient dense; it promotes a healthy alkaline pH; and no leukocytosis will occur. Compare it to what you might eat in its place, and also compare it to the stress caused to the body by eating cold foods when it is not hot out. However, the goal is to keep this mixture truly raw, for maximum benefits.

Won't adding dried barley, wheat or other dried grasses make my juice taste "sickly sweet" instead of malty?

No. The grasses and grass juices in Greener Grasses™ are grown in the ground for months, rather than for days in a tray as you might see at juice bars or health institutes. Tray grown wheat grass is generally sweet or sweetish due to the stage of growth. Grasses that are grown for months in the ground are no longer sweet. They have matured and now have a "malty" and sometimes bitter taste. The grasses that have been growing for months are nutritionally more dense than tray grown varieties (especially if they are harvested just before they produce seeds, also known as the "jointing stage"), but there are nutritional advantages to the tray grown varieties as well. Barley grass, on the other hand, is not sweet ever, even when grown in a tray for days, versus in the ground for months.


100% organically grown
whole leaf wheat grass, 
whole leaf barley grass, 
alfalfa leaf juice, kamut® 
grass juice, barley grass 
juice, & oat grass juice. 
Dried below 100° F to 
preserve enzymes and
other heat sensitive

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