Make Your Own Fresh Green Barley Grass Juice
How to grow barley grass at home
excerpted and complemented by Healing Cancer Naturally from article on GREEN BARLEY JUICE previously published at http://cancer.home.ro/greenbarleyjuice.html
For an introduction to the benefits of barley grass, see Barley Green: On the Medicinal Benefits of Barley Grass Powder in Cancer and Other Diseases.
Put barley seeds in water to accelerate germination. After 24 hours, put seeds in soil, in a very large flowerpot (or in a very large and deep tray). For "healthiest" results, make sure your soil has the full spectrum of minerals and trace elements by using ripe organic compost or at a minimum, adding ground-up seaweed or similar products to the soil.
Keep the pot in a warm and bright area to stimulate growing and photosynthesis. Water seeds daily. During 14 days, they will grow about 20 cm, 100 grams of seeds producing about 100 grams of grass. Process in a blender 100 - 200 grams of grass + 1/2 liter of water. Filter the juice and dilute it with 1/2 - 1 liter of water (not chlorinated). Plant every week 700-1400 grams of barley seeds, if you consume daily 100-200 grams of grass. Note: Until barley grass grows, you may consume other green juices diluted with water, made from lettuce, spinach and parsley leafs.
After 2 weeks, the first flower pot may be harvested within 1 week, meanwhile other barley crops will ensure the consumption for next weeks. Repeat the cycle. For each new cycle, you need to put new soil in flowerpots.
Saturday: Put barley seeds in water.
Sunday: Plant the first very large flowerpot.
After 1 week
Saturday: Put another barley seeds in water.
Sunday: Plant the second very large flowerpot.
After 2 weeks
Saturday: Put another barley seeds in a pot that was filled with water.
Sunday: Plant the third very large flowerpot.