Other Uses For Wheatgrass Juice
*These are suggestions only. Please consult your physician with health concerns.
In your bath water (may stain tub)
In your neti pot to help cleanse and open sinuses.
As an enema (three parts water to one part wheatgrass)
As an eye wash (strain well & it may sting a bit)
In your foot bath
Gargle with for a sore throat
Apply to swollen or bleeding gums
As an implant to reverse damage and draw out impacted fecal matter (it is best to perform an enema before implant & it is 100% safer than using coffee)
The fibers (pulp) of wheatgrass can be applied to the skin to soothe sunburned skin, athlete's foot, rashes, cuts, burns, poison ivy, insect bites, tumors.
Wheatgrass Poultice or Juice for kids:
*These are suggestions only and not meant to take the place of your child's primary care physician.
A poultice is made from the pulp of squeezed grass. Soak the poultice in a small amount of grass and apply as many times a day as you'd like. Or, you can soak clean gauze in wheatgrass and place directly on affected area. Replace every two to four hours.
Croup (apply compress to chest)
Splinters or plantar's wart (apply compress to pull out or soak skin in juice)
Poison ivy (place on affected area)
Bruising, soreness, cuts, scrapes, burns, rashes, insect bites, (place compress on affected area)
To eliminate itching of any kind
Help the body heal an infection
Wheatgrass Poultice or Juice for adults
These suggestions are not intended to replace your doctor's medical advice.
Poison ivy(place on affected area)
To eliminate itching of any kind
To help tighten loose and sagging skin
Before a shampoo, rub into scalp to alleviate itchy, scaly scalp conditions and irritations (ok to leave on scalp for longer time)
Bruising, soreness, cuts, burns, rashes, insect bites, (place compress on affected area)
*Wheatgrass For Your Animals*
These suggestions should not be used in place of your vet's medical advice.
I get this question all the time, so here is the answer for your pets!!!
Household pets can nibble the grass to get roughage (absent in most prepared pet foods), so keep your wheatgrass at a safe distance. If they are chewing on it, then you can grow the wheatgrass back a second time (lost 50% of it's value, but fine for your pets) and let them chew on that. For you animal that may have a health issue, fleas, eye problems, hair loss, trouble walking, wounds, etc... here is what you can do:
Give them a little less than ½ an ounce (orally), twice a day, 30 minutes before you feed your animal. Use a bulb syringe or eye dropper to get it down. *Caution: do not try this on a white carpet as it may tend to come right back up! =) Do this everyday for at least five days. Stay with it as you will then see some amazing results in a very short time!!! Also, a dropper of wheatgrass juice into your pet's mouth for illness, gum or teeth problems, urinary problems or eating problems. After you have given them the juice for the five days, then chop finely into their food for preventative, three times per week. This will help keep your animal in balance.
Wheatgrass soaked bandage for sores, can be applied right to their wounds.
Grow small amount in the house for cats to play with (this will take their attention away from your plants)
Wheatgrass Next to Your Bed
*These are just suggestions, not to be used as medical advice
Place a tray of growing wheatgrass by your bed and it will enhance the oxygen in the air, helping you to sleep more soundly by generating healthful negative ions into the air.