March 2008 Issue
Japanese Young Barley Grass Tea - Magmacha
The gentle, low-temperature juice extraction and spray-dry method of capturing the nutrients in green plants was originally developed and patented by Dr. Yoshihide Hagiwara in Japan and perfected over several decades of intensive research. Dr. Hagiwara initially concluded that, of all the many green foods he studied, barley grass was the most nutritionally well-balanced. He was then faced with the task of developing a method to capture this nutrition in a convenient-to-use powdered form that would be available for use by everyone. After years of intense research on this problem, he developed his patented juice extraction and spray-drying process. It is a complex process and requires the use of very expensive, pharmaceutical-grade extraction, spray-drying, and granulation machines. The result is a green powder that offers potent antioxidant protection and superior nutritional benefits.
Powdered Barley Grass powder is not only loaded with essential nutrients and active enzymes, but it also offers antioxidant protection against free radical damage, overall detoxification and supports cellular metabolism reducing premature aging. Dr. Hagiwara's discovered that Japanese young barley grass is a naturally alkaline, energizing substance containing a wealth of beneficial phytonutrients including antioxidants, enzymes, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, vegan protein and is high in natural Chlorophyll. It is known in for being effective in reducing fats, cysts and tumors arising from eating and storing too much animal-based protein in the body. This is the perfect time of year to lower your cholesterol and give your body a "spring cleaning."
1-2 teaspoons Japanese Young Barley Grass Powder
1cup or 8 oz. spring water or fresh juice
Mix Japanese Young Barley Grass Powder powder with one cup of warm (not hot) spring water or your favorite juice. Do not mix with hot or boiling liquids since heat will neutralize the active enzymes. Recommended once or twice daily on an empty stomach (20 minutes before or 2 hours after a meal).