Wheat grass Beetini


This nutritious tonic has cleansing and rejuvenating properties.  The medicinal use of grasses and chlorophyll date back to the Bible and have been used widely ever since. Grass poultices have been used for their cooling properties to treat inflammation, burns, itchiness and eyestrain.  Nutritionally, wheat grass possesses high protein levels similar to most meats, and also has traces of vitamin B12.

Beets have strong detoxifying properties as they are high in chlorine which assists in the cleansing of the liver, kidneys and bloodstream. They are also rich in potassium which balances the metabolism.

60ml wheat grass juice
juice of 4 beets
1 teaspoon grated ginger

  • Cut off 3-4 handfulls of fresh wheat grass from the tray and extract the juice in a fruit press.  Juice the beets and combine with a little of the pulp so as to thicken the juice. Add ginger to the beetroot juice
  • In small shot glasses, pour in the beetroot and ginger juice, then carefully layer the wheat grass juice on the top. Serve immediately

*Yields approximately four shots

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