Have you ever made a green smoothie with wheatgrass?
Please remember that it is very important to rotate the greens you consume. Nature, in order to protect greens from extinction, placed in greens a little bit of poison, a minute amount of alkaloids, because otherwise animals like deer, elk and horse would begin to eat one plant until it’s all gone. Alkaloids are a little bit different in different plants, and it forces animals to go from one plant to another and rotate them naturally. We have to abide by this law. We have to constantly rotate our greens. We cannot just eat kale, kale, kale or spinach, spinach, spinach or wheatgrass, wheatgrass, wheatgrass. We have to rotate. For example, I checked how many different greens chimpanzees consumed in one year and they enjoy 117 varieties. I mention in Green for Life the research that Dr. Daniel Moerman made in his book, he lists 1649 edible plants in just North America. Most of these plants have edible leaves. The Chinese listed more than 365 different edible greens in 5000 B.C. Humans have been consuming greens at all times throughout history except in the last 100 or 80 years. So yes, you can use wheatgrass, but you have to rotate it.