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Wheat grass

“Fifty million years ago, grass, our guardian angel arrived to our planet and prepared the world for the human race.”

Edmond Bordeaux Szekely


Wheat grass extract has become one of the most natural and healthy dietary supplements of the 21st century. A variety of oil and water soluble vitamins, minerals, trace elements, enzymes, fatty acids, amino acids, chlorophyll and antioxidants can be found in wheat grass juice. Wheat grass juice contains basic material. 70% of wheat grass dry matter is crude chlorophyll.


Active ingredients:

  • Vitamin A
  • Amino Acids
  • Vitamin B1
  • Vitamin B2
  • Vitamin B6
  • C vitaminbuzafu3
  • Zinc
  • Calcium
  • Potassium
  • Chlorophyll
  • Magnesium
  • Sodium
  • Selenium
  • Iron

Vitamin A

Often called the vitamin of the eye, it is essential for the proper functioning of our eyes because it is the creator of light-sensitive pigments in the retina.

Necessary for the body:

  • Keeps the lips and lungs moist
  • For the proper growth of body tissue
  • To maintain healthy skin
  • To combat a variety of infections caused by bacteria, viruses, parasites

A lack of vitamin A can cause night blindness, excessive sensitivity to infections, slow growth in childhood and slow development of tooth enamel, skin epidermis and other lesions, the drying out of the cornea.

Vitamin B1

Has an important role in the regulation of carbohydrate metabolism and the energy supply of the nervous system.

It enhances memory, reduces sugar cravings, and prevents nerve damage.

Vitamin B1 deficiency is the mainly caused by alcoholism and a stressful lifestyle.

Lack of it causes fatigue, depression, memory disturbances, headache, limb numbness and in some cases nausea.

Vitamin B2

Plays an important role in ensuring the functioning of many enzymes, energy production of cells and the production of certain hormones within the body.  Essential for cellular respiration, total metabolism, the breakdown of fatty acids and detoxification. Its absence causes dizziness, trembling, nail fragmentation, greasiness in hair, hair loss, and concentration problems. Can cause bleeding in the eye.

Vitamin B6

The women’s vitamin.

It is essential in the transformation process of proteins. Based on recent scientific research there is a high probability that it plays a role in the forming of collagen, which is an integral element of bones. A number of metabolic processes involved in the regulation, an essential function of the nervous system, skin metabolism and blood formation, the formation of red blood cells and antibodies. It helps prevent the formation of nerve and skin diseases, reduces muscle cramps (during the night), and is a natural diuretic. Is required against baby vomiting. It plays an important role in lessening symptoms such as pregnancy vomiting and pre-menstrual tension.

Lack of vitamin B6 causes stress, irritability, nervousness, lack of blood in the body, eyelid inflammation and dryness of skin.

Vitamin C

The Nobel Prize-winning Hungarian scientist Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, was associated with the discovery. Out of all the vitamins it is the best known and most abundantly needed. In particular it strengthens the immune system since its antioxidant effect enhances the body’s resistance to cold and infectious diseases.  Cures infective gingivitis and periosteum root disease. Ensures protection from cardiovascular and cancer diseases. Reduces blood pressure and cholesterol, prevents blood clots from forming. It reduces blood pressure and cholesterol, prevent blood clots from forming. It is important for cell respiration, enhances wound healing and accelerates the rebuilding of connective tissue. Facilitates the absorption of iron and encourages the maturation of red blood cells with the help of folic acid and vitamin B12. Provides protection against cataracts. Natural laxative. It helps in the prevention and treatment of colds.


Involved in the regulation of blood glucose in insulin component. In addition to insulin it is present in 70 types of enzymes.

Necessary for the body:

  • Insulin production
  • Metabolic processes
  • Growth
  • Sexual growth
  • Reproduction

Lack of it increase causes severe growth defects in children from stunned growth to the shriveling up of sex organs. It causes dermatitis and prolongs the healing of scabs in adults.


The building material of bones and teeth, promotes the absorption of iron and blood clotting. Is involved in nerve and muscle function. Is recognized as one of the antidotes to osteoporosis. Is essential for blood clotting, the functioning of enzymes, the contracting functions of the heart and skeletal muscles and in the absorption of vitamin B12.


Is an important component of cells. Involved in the release of energy from proteins and fats. Affects enzyme and hormone processes. Is required for muscle function thus essential for the functioning of the heart. Involved in regulating liquids of the body.It helps in the treatment of allergies, reducing blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Encourages the kidneys to detoxify blood.In combination with phosphorus it helps the oxygenation of the brain and induces clear thinking. Is found in almost all foods but mostly in foods of vegetable origin.


Is an essential mineral for the functioning of the nervous system. Helps the efficient production of enzymes, plays a role in the metabolism of proteins, contributes to the health of bones, teeth and gums.

Necessary for the body:

  • The proper functioning of nerve processes
  • Builds muscle
  • For the proper functioning of the cardio-vascular system
  • In protein, fat and carbohydrate metabolic processes
  • Bone structure

Magnesium deficiency can cause physical and mental fatigue, nervous brake-downs, a variety of metabolic symptoms and cardiovascular problems. Muscle cramps and nausea can occur. Nutritional problems and anorexic condition may be found as its symptoms.


In combination with chlorine and potassium it regulates the body’s fluid content. Plays an important role in muscle agitation, regulating blood pressure and the activation of certain enzymes.

Necessary for the body:

  • To maintain the acid-base balance
  • The transmission of nerve impulses
  • A carbohydrate and protein metabolic processes
  • Regulates the fluid amounts in the body
  • Muscle function


Maintainsthe integrity of cell membranes. Powerful antioxidant. Slows the aging of tissue, counteracts the impact of some carcinogenic substances. It is important for the functioning of the pancreas and the flexibility of body tissue.


Its main task is in the transportation of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Prevents and treats iron deficiency based anemia, develops resistance to stress and disease. It helps in growth and in the development of healthy skin tone, prevents fatigue.

Necessary for the body:

  • Synthesis of hemoglobin,
  • The functioning of enzymes,
  • Oxygen and CO2 transportation,
  • For electro-transports

Due to iron deficiency the production of hemoglobin is reduced, so the blood will not be able to achieve a sufficient oxygen supply, thus decreasing the ability of muscle functions. Iron deficiency causes fatigue and the reduction of intellectual capacity. In some cases it causes infertility. Iron overdose lowers the absorption and usefulness of copper and zinc.

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