Organic European Barley Grass Powder
Considered to be the first cereal grain cultivated by humans, the uses of barley date back to 7000 BC. Barley Grass powder is produced from the young, leafy growth of the Barley plant. Discovered as a superfood during agricultural research in the 1930s, today it is renowned globally as a dietary supplement due to its wide range of nutrients.
Our Barley Grass is organically grown on the fertile plains by the European farmers. Barley Grass is harvested whilst the plant is still young at its nutritional peak. The grass is dried within 6 hours of being harvested. Once the raw material has been dehydrated, it is then milled into a fine powder. It takes 5kg of fresh leaves to produce 1kg of powder.
- Our barley grass powder is harvested when only 30 days old to retain maximum nutrition.
- High in Fibre with 24g per 100g.
- Contains a variety of micronutrients including over 50% of your recommended intake of Vitamin C, Calcium and Iron.
100% Organic European Barley Grass Powder
100% pure Organic Barley Grass, sourced from the EU, with no binders, fillers, colours or preservatives added. Sevenhills Wholefoods products do not contain any substances causing allergies (Directive 2007/68/EC) as ingredients or by the possibility of cross-contamination. The only exceptions is all cereal grasses (wheat & barley products) and kernel powder.
Wheat and barley grasses are free of allergens as ingredients. However, there is a remote possibility of cross-contamination by gluten if the farmer allows wheat and barley to begin developing seeds. Our farmers monitor the growth of the leaves to eliminate this risk, hence we consider our products Gluten Free. Also Dairy Free and registered by the Vegan Society.
Add 1-2 teaspoons (5g) to water, juice, a protein shake or a smoothie. Alternatively, mix with savoury sauces or salad dressings.
*Note: Packaging may vary but contents remain the same*
European barley grass powder
I offer it to my horses who love it. It’s got so many healthy nutrients in it for them and is a good way to start before offering essential oils to them