User Reviews for Barley grass
Barley grass has an average rating of 8.2 out of 10 from a total of 5 ratings on Drugs.com. 80% of reviewers reported a positive experience, while 20% reported a negative experience.
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For Herbal Supplementation "I have Prostate cancer and have suffered a good deal of discomfort for some time. Barley grass has given me great relief and my PSA level has reduced from 64 to 3.5 (three point five, which is even better than normal for a man of my age (78 years old). Thank you Barley Grass."
For Herbal Supplementation "I came across barley grass juice (N.B. not barley but the grass... big difference) by accident in a seed butter and worked out it was this that was making me feel good and giving me wonderful nights sleep for the first time in 15 years. So I bought a BGJP supplement to experiment with and sure enough had the same result. I've tried 2 brands that both had the same effect and one brand that tasted different (somehow like the grain and not very pleasant, unlike the other two brands) and had no effect. A case of caveat emptor.. even though all 3 brands were organic. The mineral content of the soil is important as well as the processing method... keeping the enzymes intact etc. I would not be without my BGJP now.. my breakfast green drink."
For Herbal Supplementation "I've used barley green for 20 years or more. I'm 77 yrs old and going strong. I would not be without it."
For Herbal Supplementation "have used Barley grass for 20 years. Vegetarian - almost Vegan -plant base At 70 I am still running , yoga- no meds in 20 years. I give it to my 4 rescue dogs also ."
For Herbal Supplementation "If I eat even a tiny trace of barley, my throat swells up and I can't breathe. Wheat, rye, barley, oats and cow's milk make me very ill but barley is the worst."
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