Benefits of Wheatgrass for Hair, Skin & Body

by alexandriawill

I love wheatgrass because of the benefits but I am not a fan of the taste of wheatgrass. Quite frankly it makes me gag at times. Lately, I have been falling in love with wheatgrass powder and making my own drink. I love wheatgrass powder because it’s a concentrated and much cheaper than a wheatgrass shot at Jamba Juice.

Chlorophyll is one of the top nutrients from Wheatgrass. Chlorophyll is known to assist with detoxing and liver health and improve digestion. Before you purchase wheatgrass powder, make sure you review my top tips for picking the right supplements.

Did you know wheatgrass is good for not just the body but good for the hair? Check out 13 benefits of Wheatgrass for hair growth, your body and much more.

13 Benefits of Wheatgrass for Hair, Body and Skin

 

Benefits of Wheatgrass for Hair

Helps hair growth by increasing oxygen: Since Wheatgrass helps increase oxygen in the blood, this, in turn, will be detox impurities but also increase stimulation of hair growth.

Revitalize Skin: Wheatgrass can regenerate skin cells and is thus helpful for the complexion. Many people take a wheatgrass shot daily or apply the juice straight to the skin to get rid of acne, overcome dryness or eczema, and treat discoloration.

Helps prevent or alter gray hair: According to Under Ground Health Report, regular consumption of the young grass of this common wheat plant can recolor those grays so that you can enjoy your lush, natural color well into your senior years.

Got Dandruff? Some sites note a simple way to eliminate dandruff is to massage 4-6 ounces of wheatgrass on to the scalp and cover with shower cap for 15 minutes. After 15 mins, rinse and condition.

Here are several other benefits of wheat grass listed below.

Benefits of Wheatgrass for the Body

  • Suppresses appetite
  • Boost immune system
  • Stabilize and improves blood sugar levels
  • Improves digestion
  • Contains all minerals and the following vitamins, A, B-complex, C, E, I and K
  • Contains 17 amino acids
  • Removes heavy metals from the body
  • Gluten-free because it’s cut before the grain is formed
  • Antibacterial and natural healer thanks to chlorophyll

So I know you are wondering, how can I consume Wheatgrass? I admit it’s a bit of an acquired taste but I did create a simple way of drinking it. You can tweak it as needed but thus far I really enjoy it in a glass of lemonade.

Wheatgrass Lemonade

So I know you are wondering, how can I consume Wheatgrass? I admit it’s a bit of an acquired taste but I did create a simple way of drinking it. You can tweak it as needed but thus far I really enjoy it in a glass of lemonade.

  • 2 cups water
  • 1/4 cup fresh lemon juice
  • 1 scoop of wheatgrass
  • Stevia or honey to taste
  • 4-5 ice cubes

Mix all ingredients in shaker and enjoy!

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