Barley:a legacy from the Stone Age?
Applications and Properties:
Controls blood pressure.
Combats cancer/stool fast-moving.
During the latter part of the Stone Age, early man was sprinkling grains of barley over various foods, adding a chewy, nutty quality to his meals. Humans had not yet discovered how to grind grain into flour.
Ancient cultures were forming loaves of barley bread long before domesticating wheat. Since barley contains only miniscule quantities of gluten, the protein that makes wheat breads rise easily, the breads made from this grain were heavy and quite dense but nutritious nonetheless.
Dosage:No dosage recommendations are available in scientific literature for barley seeds or barley grass. When used as a food, barley appears to be safe even in large quantities.
Safety and Toxicity:
Risks: Because they contain gluten, barley seeds should be avoided by individuals with celiac disease. No side effects have been reported from eating barley seeds, flour, or cereal or from taking barley grass juice or powder.
- 1.Barley:a legacy from the Stone Age?
♥The article and literature was edited by herbalist of MDidea Extracts Professional.It runs a range of online descriptions about the titled herb and related phytochemicals,including comprehensive information related,summarized updating discoveries from findings of herbalists and clinical scientists from this field.The electronic data information published at our official website www.mdidea.com and www.mdidea.net,we tried best to update it to latest and exact as possible.
♣ last edit date: