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Definition of the noun wheatgrass

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noun - plural: -

  1. a grass of the genus Agropyron

Alternative definition of the noun wheatgrass

noun

  1. Young grass of the common wheat plant, Triticum aestivum, used freshly juiced or dried into powder for animal and human consumption.
  2. A grass of the genus Agropyron, commonly known as crested-wheat grass.

Food

Wheatgrass is a food prepared from the cotyledons of the common wheat plant, Triticum aestivum. It is sold either as a juice or powder concentrate. Wheatgrass differs from wheat malt in that it is served freeze-dried or fresh, while wheat malt is convectively dried. Wheatgrass is allowed to grow longer than malt. Like most plants, it contains chlorophyll, amino acids, minerals, vitamins, and enzymes. Claims about the health benefits of wheatgrass range from providing supplemental nutrition to having unique curative properties, though few, if any, have been scientifically proven. It is often available in juice bars, and some consumers grow and juice wheatgrass in their homes. It is available as fresh produce, tablets, frozen juice and powder. Wheatgrass is also available commercially as a spray, cream, gel, massage lotion, and a liquid herbal supplement. Because wheatgrass juice is extracted from wheatgrass sprouts i.e. before the wheat seed begins to form, it is gluten-free.

  • also known as Trigo-Grama, วีทกราส, ต้นอ่อนข้าวสาลี, Zelená pšenice, 小麦草, 小麦若葉, 小麥草

Phrases with Wheatgrass

  1. Rs Wheatgrass
  2. Rush Wheatgrass
  3. Tall Wheatgrass
  4. False Wheatgrass
  5. Yukon Wheatgrass
  6. Annual Wheatgrass
  7. Arctic Wheatgrass
  8. Desert Wheatgrass
  9. Parish Wheatgrass
  10. Alaskan Wheatgrass
  11. Arizona Wheatgrass
  12. Baker's Wheatgrass
  13. bearded wheatgrass
  14. crested wheatgrass
  15. Foxtail Wheatgrass
  16. Montana Wheatgrass
  17. Russian Wheatgrass
  18. slender wheatgrass
  19. western wheatgrass
  20. bluestem wheatgrass

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Wheatgrass

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Google previewJuice Therapy (2016)

For Better Health by Dr. Ashok Gupta

Wheatgrass is the first stage of the same plant that eventually grows into the grain we use in bread and baked goods.

Wheatgrass is an amazingly useful living food filled with crucial vitamins and minerals that supports a healthy life.

Google previewRawsome! (2004)

by Brigitte Mars

Wheatgrass is the term for sprouted wheat berries that have been grown into a grass.

Wheatgrass is an incredible superfood; though it is 95 percent water, the remaining 5 percent carries a host of...

Wheatgrass is a rich source of beta- carotene, B-com- plex vitamins (including 612), vitamins C, E, K, and U, calcium, cobalt, ...

Google previewSoil survey (1968)

by United States. Bureau of Soils, United States. Bureau of Plant Industry, United States. Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering, United States. Soil Conservation Service, United States. Natural Resources Conservation Service

Western wheatgrass is the most prevalent mid grass.

Google previewSoil Survey, Teton Area, Idaho-Wyoming (1969)

Bluebunch wheatgrass is the predominant decreaser ; other decreasers are Idaho fescue, prairie junegrass, Nevada bluegrass, balsamroot, tapertip hawksbeard, and bitterbrush. Increaser plants make up 30 to 45 percent of the potential plant ...

Google previewHeal without Pill

by Dr. Biswaroop Roy Chowdh

Wheatgrass is an excellent source for all major and minor minerals, ...

Google previewMt. Gunnison Mine, Mining and Reclamation Plan, ARCO Coal Company, Gunnison County, Technical Environmental Assessment (EA). (1981)

Pubescent wheatgrass is a vigorous sod former and is easy to establish ( Plummer, 1968). It is moderately...

Intermediate wheatgrass is an easily established, rapiddeveloping, long-lived species with good seed production. It does not endure ...

Google previewRaw Food Cleanse (2010)

Restore Health and Lose Weight by Eating Delicious, All-Natural Foods - Instead of Starving Yourself by Penni Shelton

WHEATG RAS S Wheatgrass is an amazing blood purifier,

Google previewFarmers' Bulletin (1955)

Crested wheatgrass is the most common introduced cool-season grass. Others showing promise in parts of the □V Harvesting King Ranch bluestem seed. area are intermediate wheatgrass ancl the tall fescues.

Google previewAbstracts of Recent Published Material on Soil and Water Conservation (1950)

Western wheatgrass is a native. Crested wheatgrass is an important introduced species. Texas blue grass is a low growing turf- producing grass that is very palatable. Texas wintergrass, of the genus "Stipa" is an important cool season grass ...

Google previewRange Plant Handbook (1937)

Slender wheatgrass is a perennial bunchgrass with erect, slender to stout stems from one-half foot to 4 feet high. It is the most widely distributed of our native wheatgrasses, ranging from Newfoundland to Alaska, and south to Missouri, Kansas, ...

Google previewCreating the Prairie Xeriscape (2013)

by Sara Williams

Crested wheatgrass is a clumping bunch grass with excellent drought tolerance. ' Fairway' is one of the best cultivars. Say No to Bromegrass Smooth bromegrass ( Bromus inermis) is no longer recommended for non-irrigated areas (or irrigated ...

Google previewCrested wheatgrass as compared with bromegrass, slender wheatgrass, and other hay and pasture crops for the northern Great Plains (1932)

by Harvey Leroy Westover

says: Crested wheatgrass is a long-lived perennial bunch grass that has just recently been placed on the market. The merits of this grass are its great drought resistance, winter hardiness, early growth, nutritiousness, and palatability.

Google previewAlaska Natural Gas Transportation System (1975)

Environmental Impact Statement

Western wheatgrass is the principal decreaser and blue grama, an increaser, is of major importance ...

Google previewVegetation science applications for rangeland analysis and management (2012)

by P.T. Tueller

Siberian crested wheatgrass is the common name for A. fragile; a cultivar for this taxon is P-27'. This species is characterized by narrow spikes and awnless lemmas.

Google previewThe Juice Lover's Big Book of Juices (2016)

425 Recipes for Super Nutritious and Crazy Delicious Juices by Vanessa Simkins

Wheatgrass. Wheatgrass is an edible grass grown from wheat berry seeds. It can be ...

Google previewTurfgrass Maintenance Reduction Handbook (2000)

Sports, Lawns, and Golf by Doug Brede

Western wheatgrass is a tough, rhizomatous native grass. Though it offers the advantage of native adaptation, it has serious limitations compared to other wheatgrasses. Western wheat- grass is an inferior seed producer. When it does yield ...

Google previewLakeview Resource Management Plan (2001)

Environmental Impact Statement

Crested wheatgrass is an introduced perennial grass that is sometimes ...

Google previewPrescription for Nutritional Healing (2006)

by Phyllis A. Balch

Wheatgrass is a rich nutritional food that was popularized by Dr. Ann Wigmore, an educator and founder of the Hippocrates Health Institute in Boston. Wheatgrass contains a great variety of vitamins, minerals, and trace elements.

Google previewMultilingual Dictionary of Agronomic Plants (2012)

by G. Rehm

awned wheatgrass, bearded couch chiendent ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

English: common wheatgrass A. velutinum Nees English: mountain wheatgrass, velvet wheatgrass Agropyropsis (Batt. & Trabut) A. Camus Gramineae Origins: Resembling the related genus Agropyron Gaertn. Agropyrum Roemer & Schultes ...

Google previewThe Daily Telegraph: Encyclopedia of Vitamins, Minerals& Herbal Supplements (2012)

by Sarah Brewer

Wheatgrass is a green food supplement, similar in action to blue greenalgae. Wheatgrass juice isprepared from threetofourday old germinated wheatgrain sprouts whichare naturallyrichinvitamins, minerals,trace elements and enzymes ...

Google previewCRC Dictionary of Agricultural Sciences (2001)

by Robert Alan Lewis

The leaves become mottled and necrotic and the plants are stunted Agropyron ( wetland grasses; wheatgrass; quack grass). a genus of wild, widely- distributed, usually perennial, North and South American grasses (Family Grami- neae); they ...

Google previewThe Fertilizer Encyclopedia (2009)

by Vasant Gowariker, V. N. Krishnamurthy, Sudha Gowariker, Manik Dhanorkar, Kalyani Paranjape

Intermediate wheatgrass is relatively tolerant to drought and alkaline soils. In moderately dry areas, it produces more forage yields than other grass varieties ( like crested wheatgrass known for drought tolerance and smooth bromegrass), ...

Google previewA Witch's Craft Volume 1: Dictionary for a Witch's Grimoire

by Viktorija Briggs

Demeter, Isis, Tammuz, Zeus Wheatgrass: Latin: Agropyron Other Names: Crested Wheat Grass, Crested Wheatgrass, Fairway Crested Wheat Grass Attributes: Cleansing, Protection, Purification Other Uses: Diarrhea, Vitamins A, B, B-17, C, ...

Google previewBartram's Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine (2013)

by Thomas Bartram

Wheatgrass. Juice of fresh Wheatgrass ...

Google previewThe Family Encyclopedia of Natural Healing (2000)

by John Heinerman, Lendon H. Smith

kelp, stinging nettle "X" 5 million units barley grass, wheatgrass, broccoli, Brussel sprouts, Superoxide Dismutase cabbage, cauliflower, kale, kohlrabi, garlic, onion, and other antioxidant rosemary, thyme, sage enzymes Chromium 150 mcg.

Google previewThe Wellness Dictionary (2015)

by Patti Flora

thistle aerial parts, licorice root, eleuthero root, sarsaparilla root extract, black cohosh root extract, squaw vine whole plant, false unicorn root CA—alfalfa herb, horsetail herb, oat straw stem, plantain herb, marshmallow root, wheatgrass herb, ...

Google previewThe Illustrated Encyclopedia of Country Living (2011)

by Abigail R. Gehring

Hare's-tail grass, Indian grass, Northern sea oats, Pampas grass, Plume grass, Quaking grass, spike grass, squirrel-tail grass, switch grass, Wheatgrass Chamomile, Chives, Dill, eucalyptus, fennel, Lavender, Lemongrass, rosemary, sage, ...

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