Since Chlorophyll and Hemoglobin are so much alike in atom structure it allows it to be absorbed quickly and begin to rebuild the blood stream. One ounce of wheatgrass juice is equivalent in vitamins, minerals, and amino acids found in 2-1/2 pounds of green leaf vegetables. Wheatgrass is one of the richest natural sources of vitamins A, complete B complex, B-17, C E, and K. In addition, wheatgrass is an excellent source of Calcium, Potassium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Sodium, Sulpher, Cobalt, Zinc, 17 forms of amino acids and enzymes.
Wheatgrass is a plant that is grown from the Red Wheatberry, a special strain of wheat that produces high concentrations of Chlorophyll, active enzymes, vitamins and other nutrients. Chlorophyll, which makes up over 70% of the solid content of wheatgrass juice, is the basis of all plant life. Chlorophyll is often referred to as “the blood of plant life” and it closely resembles the molecules of human red blood cells. Both Chlorophyll and Hemoglobin share a similar atom structure to create their respective molecules. The only actual difference in the two molecules is that of the metallic atom element. Human blood or hemoglobin consists of iron, while in chlorophyll the metallic atom is magnesium.