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The wheat grass juice has not only conquered minor diseases like cattarrh and cough but also fatal diseases like cancer. Wheatgrass has an incredible curative power.


One who has an open piece of plot to grow wheat grass should divide it into seven parts or one can use broad mouthed earthen pots or wooden boxes. Seven such basins are required for one individual. Fill three fourth of the basin with black soil and one fourth with manure. Manure should necessarily be natural (compost) chemical fertilizers should not be used. The size of the basin should be about one square foot. 100 gm of wheat seeds should be sown in each basin. Normally 100 to 125 gm of wheat grass grows out of this quantity.

Soak wheat grains for twelve hours, before they are sown. Then take them out of water and put them in a wet thick cloth. Bind the cloth tightly. These wheat grains will be sprouted. If sprouted wheat grains are sown, the heights of the grass will be 5 to 7 inches within seven days. Sprinkle water in the pot every 24 hours. Do not pour water into the pot because excess of water hinders the growth of wheat. As there are seven earthen pots, wheat should be sown in one pot each day. The wheat sown on the first day will grow into wheat grass and on the seventh day the wheat grass will be seven inches height which is necessary and ideal. This wheat grass should be cut with scissors or pulled out manually. Wheat grass having been taken out of the pot, soil should be removed from the pot and dried in the heat of the sum. Then a small quantity of compost manure should be added to the soil before wheat grains are sowed again. It should be remembered that only one pot (basin) is to be prepared each day. All the seven pot are not to be simultaneously prepared.


The wheat grass having been taken out from the pot should be thoroughly washed. Now dayís electric gadgets for extracting juice are available. Wheat grass juice can be extracted with ease and rapidly with the help of these gadgets.

If one does not want to extract juice, one can consume wheat grass by chewing it. After sucking the juice, fibres should be spitted out.

Dose and time for taking wheat grass juice: An average daily dose of wheat grass-juice in moderate illness or trouble is about 100 ml (or 100 gm of wheat grass should be masticated) gradually increasing the quantity

One should take the juice immediately after it has been extracted from wheat grass. It should not be swallowed but sipped. Nothing should be eaten or drunk for half an hour before or after drinking the juice.

Beginning and Caution: Before one begins to take exclusive wheat grass juice one should observe fast for a day or should live purely on fruit juices for two or three days. The initial stage one should live purely on fruit juices for two or three days. The initial stage one should take juice in small quantity. Quantity should be increased gradually, because some persons after taking wheat grass juice suffer from nauses, Vomitting, cold, diarrhea and fever. Such symptoms appear in only five percent of cases. One should not worry. In such cases, one should dilute the wheat grass juice with water. Nothing should be added to the juice for the sake of taste.


  1. Dermatological diseases
  2. Mental and physical disorders
  3. Diseases related to urinary bladder
  4. Kidney stone
  5. Constipation
  6. Stomach disorders
  7. Diabetes
  8. Heart disease
  9. Disorders of Joints and Muscles
  10. Parkinsonís disease
  11. Chronic Cold
  12. Fissure
  13. Premature greying of hair
  14. Gynaec diseases
  15. Asthma
  16. Impotence
  17. Eye and ear diseases
  18. Insomnia
  19. Anemia
  20. Cancer and certain other diseases

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