Good4U Wheatgrass Juicer: stainless steel manual juicer

Good4U Wheatgrass Juicer: stainless steel manual juicer

Good4U Wheatgrass Juicer: stainless steel manual juicer
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Compare the GooD4U stainless steel manual wheatgrass juicer to the the Back to Basic at a more affordable price.  It is easy for you to clean, and quick for you to assembly and diassembly. This Wheat Grass Juicer comes with a hopper and plunger and a stainless steel screen for to use with other fruits and vegetables. The  pressure control knob increases  efficiency when extracting juice. The Good4U is Made of high grade stainless steel for durability. You will need to Attache to a tabletop or counter. 
Samson Multi Purpose Juice Extractor GB - 9001 Free Shipping

Samson Multi Purpose Juice Extractor GB - 9001 Free Shipping

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Samson Multi Purpose Juice Extractor GB - 9001 Free Shipping
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The Multi Purpose Juice Extractor and More. Many of our Juice Bars are using this one. No need to drag out 2 different juicers. This one machine will juice everything from carrots to wheatgrass. 5 yr. parts and labor warranty 10 Year warrant on motor. This is The quickest and the easiest to clean. (within 1 minute.) and The simpliest and easiest to put togethere and take apart. (only 15 seconds) The  mill-type Single Gear instead of difficult twin gears, will create less foam. Low 80 RPM speed maintains  the highest nutrients value, Gives a Higher yield, with drier pulp, extracts  pure juice without any of the hazardous chemicals. You can  extract juice from carrot, celery, parsley, spinach, wheatgrass, apple, orange, kale cucumber, ginger, sprouts and etc. An Excellent machine for Wheatgrass and all leafy greens. It can Also can make noodles, pasta, salsa, frozen desserts, baby food, nut butter and minced fish and meat. grinds herbs and seasonings. The Samson Multi Purpose Juice Extractor does an excellent job of juicing wheatgrass and really is the easiest to clean and take part and put back together.
How to Use  and Juice Wheatgrass
How to Juice Wheatgrass

How to Juice Wheatgrass

How to Use Wheatgrass

How to Use Wheatgrass

How to Use Wheatgrass
Wheatgrass is grown in trays, cut, and then juiced with a special juicer called a Wheatgrass Juicer. You can purchase from us, both electric and manual juicers. You cannot use a regular juicer unless it specifically says that it will juice Wheatgrass. Cut a handful of Wheatgrass at the base of the grass, and place tip down into the hole of the juicer and crank. The juice will come out one hole while the pulp will come out the other. According to the Wheatgrass Book by Ann Wigmore, Wheatgrass Juice can be used as a nutritional supplement, or it can be used as part of a healing regime to treat illness.
As a nutritional supplement, drink 2-4 oz. of Wheatgrass Juice a day, or ever other day is sufficient.
If you have a health issue, then you will need to drink 1-2 oz. of Wheatgrass Juice, up to 3 or 4 times a day.
A food or herb used every day week after week will lose its effectiveness. Discontinue oral use of Wheatgrass juice a couple of days per week and an entire week per month.
The right way to use wheatgrass juice is in small amounts throughout the course of the day on an empty stomach. It is best to start out with one oz. a day, either 30 minutes before you eat, or 2 hours after you eat. Wheatgrass has a cleansing effect and may make you nauseous if you start with too much. Start slowly and work your way up. You can mix wheatgrass juice with other juices.
Do not mix with citrus juice. Think about it. You put citrus juice on other fruits and vegetable to keep them from turning brown. The live enzymes in the fruit or vegetables is what turns the fruits or vegetables brown. The citrus is killing the enzymes. Pineapple juice is not a citrus, and is an excellent chaser or mixer to use with wheatgrass juice.
As with any nutritional program results will not be immediate. Depending on your past diet, and the changes you now make in your diet will determine how long it takes to see results. Feed back from our customers indicate 4 oz. a day seems to give the best results. Our own experience indicates that it takes a full week of drinking wheatgrass juice to see great results.
The Wheatgrass Book by Ann Wigmore give more specific directions and recipes for using Wheatgrass Juice as a food supplement or as a medicine. Dr. Ann Wigmore pioneered the use of Wheatgrass after experiencing its miraculous healing of her own body. In 1958 she founded the Hippocrates Health Institute in Boston. Guests stay 2 weeks at the institute consuming and learning to grow Wheatgrass and live foods. The Wheatgrass Book was written by her explaining the benefits and use of Wheatgrass from her experiences, and witnessing the transformation of her guest.
The Hippocrates Diet and Health Program was written by Ann Wigmore and is based on her program at the Hippocrates Health Institute but is no longer available.  Our kindle book  All About Wheatgrass has an example of her live food diet she used at The Hippocrates Institute. 

Other Uses for Wheatgrass
According to the Wheatgrass Book by Ann Wigmore Chew wheatgrass blades or gargle the wheatgrass juice for sore throats and stale breath.
Chew wheatgrass and apply to sore tooth or gums to help reduce swelling and bleeding. Rubbing wheatgrass juice into the gums on a regular basis will to help remedy pyorrhea.
Wheatgrass juice can be finely strained and used as an eyewash to relieve eyestrain and itchiness.
Strained wheatgrass juice can be used in the ear to help relieve the pressure and discomfort of an earache.
Strained wheatgrass juice can be used in nasal passages to help cleanse and open sinuses.
Wheatgrass juice can be used as a douche to help relieve cystitis,vaginal infections, odors, and itching.
According to Ann Wigmore these symptons may temporary get worse and then get better in a few minutes. If the reactions persist, discontinue use.
Wheatgrass Juice can be used as implants following an enema.
Applied to the skin, wheatgrass juice can relieve itching, soothe sunburns, heal cuts, scratches, burns, boils, sores, open ulcers, tumors, etc. Apply wheatgrass juice or wheatgrass pulp to the affected area and cover with a bandage and plastic. Replace every 2-4 hours. Clean the area with castile soap and let breathe a few minutes in-between reapplications.
Use wheatgrass juice as a beauty treatment. According to Ann Wigmore, apply to skin to tighten loose and sagging skin. Juice a tray of wheatgrass and add to your bath water.
Rub into the scalp and leave on for 2 hours before shampooing.
How Much Wheatgrass Juice Do You Need ?

How Much Wheatgrass Juice Do You Need ?

First start with 1 ounce a day to see how your body will react to it.  Then you can work your way up to taking more each day. If you jump in and take too much at once, you will get sick and never try it again.
 
The right way to use wheatgrass juice is in small amounts throughout the day on an empty stomach. It is best to start out the day thirty minutes before you eat, or 2 hours after you eat. Start with one ounce a day. Wheatgrass has a cleansing effect and may make you nauseous if you start with too much. Start slowly and work your way up. I personally cannot take wheatgrass on an empty stomach.  I take wheatgrass 2 hours after I eat.
 
For best results drink the wheatgrass juice immediately after juicing it. Wheatgrass juice can be consumed up to 12 hours after juicing it.   Of course the sooner you drink it, the more alive the enzymes. 
 
According to Ann Wigmore, Wheatgrass juice can be used as a nutritional supplement or it can be used as part of a healing regime.
As a nutritional supplement, drink 2-4 oz. of wheatgrass juice a day or ever other day is sufficient.  Unlike pills there is not an exact dose.  It will depend on your body size, your health and your diet.    My husband takes 3 oz. at a time I only take 1 oz.
 
Wheatgrass Nature’s Finest Medicine states you need 6-10 ounces of juice a day or the equivalent in powder or pills for therapeutic purposes.
If you have a health issue, then you will need to drink 1-2 oz. up to 3-4 times a day.

Any food or herb taken every day, week after week, will lose its effectiveness. Discontinue drinking wheatgrass juice 2 days a week and one week per month.
 
Wheatgrass Juice can be mixed with other fruit and vegetable juices. Do not mix with citrus. Citrus kills enzymes and enzymes are one of the most important parts of wheatgrass juice. Think about it. You put citrus juice on bananas and other fruit and vegetables to keep them from turning brown. Enzymes are what turn fruits and vegetables brown.
Pineapple juice is not citrus and is an excellent chaser or mixer with wheatgrass juice. Apple juice is a good mixer. Wheatgrass juice can also be mixed with water half and half.

As with any nutritional program results will not be immediate. Depending on your past diet, and the changes you now make in your diet will determine how long it takes to see results.

Feed back from our customers indicate 4 oz. a day as a supplement seems to give the best results. If you have a serious health condition then you will need 6-8 ounces a day.  Our experience indicates that it takes a week of drinking wheatgrass to feel the energizing effects. The Wheatgrass Book by Ann Wigmore gives more specific directions and recipes for using Wheatgrass Juice as a food supplement or as a medicine.

Dr. Ann Wigmore pioneered the use of Wheatgrass after experiencing its miraculous healing of her own body. In 1958 she founded the Hippocrates Health Institute in Boston. Guest stay 2 weeks at the institute consuming and learning to grow Wheatgrass and live foods. The Wheatgrass Book was written by her explaining the benefits and use of Wheatgrass from her experiences witnessing the transformation of her guest.

Other Uses of Wheatgrass Juice according to The Wheatgrass Book by Ann Wigmore

Chew wheatgrass blades or the wheatgrass juice for sore throats and stale breath.
Chew wheatgrass and apply to sore teeth or gums to help reduce swelling and bleeding.
Rubbing wheatgrass juice into the gums on a regular basis will help remedy pyorrhea.
Wheatgrass juice can be finely strained and used as an eyewash to relieve eyestrain and itchiness.
Strained wheatgrass juice can be used in the ear to help relieve the pressure and discomfort of an earache.
Strained wheatgrass juice can be used in the nasal passages to help clear and open sinuses.
Wheatgrass juice can be used as a douche too help relieve cystitis, vaginal infections, odor and itching.
According to Ann Wigmore these symptoms may temporary get worse and then get better in a few minutes. If the reaction continues, discontinue use.

Applied to the skin, wheatgrass juice can relieve itching, soothe sunburns, heal cuts, scratches, burns, boils, sores, open ulcers, tumors, etc.
Apply wheatgrass juice or wheatgrass pulp to the affected area, cover with a bandage and wrap with plastic to keep moist. Re-apply ever 2-4 hours. Between re-applications, wash with castile soap and let breathe a few minutes.

Dogwood Gardens Organic Farm

Dogwood Gardens Organic Farm

Dogwood Gardens Organic Farm
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