The alternative to taking wheatgrass orally is by taking it as an implant (a.k.a an enema). This is a method that has been said to aid and strengthen the colon as well as the liver. Through a wheatgrass enema the nutrients are absorbed by the hemorrhoidal vein (located just inside the rectum). After the wheatgrass juice passes through the colon it then goes to the liver where it helps the body cleanse.
Wheatgrass juice is said to tone the colon and when it is absorbed into the blood it adds oxygen and supplies energy to the body.
Remember that when you're dealing with wheatgrass you only need a very small amount of it.
Even when you're just drinking wheatgrass juice you can get nauseous if you drink too much, so don't over do it, just stick to the recipe!
People new to wheatgrass may have what we call a
crisis" if they consume too much. This is when toxins are stirred up in
your body and you begin to feel nauseous or have to need to run to the
toilet. The recommended amount to drink for someone just starting to drink wheatgrass is 1z or less of wheatgrass juice.
You can also do this with an enema bulb if you want to do a small volume enema, it works well and some people prefer it over the larger one.
*Disclaimer - WheatgrassHome or it's affiliates are not responsible for the information provided here. There are risks associcated with taking wheatgrass as an enema or orally. Please consult a physician before performing any of the tips in this article or website. Thank you.