Wheatgrass Research - Charles Schnabel and other scientists began studying wheat grass in 1932. They determined the best climate, location, soils and stage of growth for highest nutritional density. They developed equipment to dry the wheatgrass at low temperatures. Pines follows these growing, harvesting, drying and packaging standards established by Dr. Schnabel.
Never Grown in Greenhouses or Trays
Pines Wheat Grass is gown in the same kind of glacial soils that produced the most nutritious wheatgrass in the research. It matures slowly, outdoors, during cold months. Freezing nighttime temperatures and cold days convert months of full sunlight into nutritional density, while the plant remains a short grass.
Mix 1 1/4 teaspoon with 8oz. of water or juice for a serving of a deep green leafy vegetable.