i recall that she experimented with a lot of plants, including bamboo,
think. and wheatgrass did the best. i don't believe her methods were
it does give me pause that ann wigmore had her haircolor turn ungray
she adopted her wheatgrass diet. on the other hand - i hate to speak
the dead, but - someone i know from the wheatgrass world says her mind
pretty gone before she died in a house fire.
i've been musing over fragments of information about eating grass &
lately, wondering if there isn't some kind of connecting thread.
1. an obscure article ~20 years ago about feeding "leaf protein" to
starving in africa. they were juicing tree leaves, and having good
with turning around the health of the starving with it.
2. greeks, romans, and persian soldiers all travelled with watercress
its anti-scurvy properties
3. the story in the bible about the insane Nebuchadnezzar eating grass
a cow, then having his understanding returned to him (Daniel 4:33)
4. starving russians during WWII being reduced to eating leaves,
i've wondered about how to experiment with leaf juice without doing
potentially destructive testing of feeding it to myself.
i have a bachelor's in zoology from the university of washington, but
of choke on the whole experimenting on rats thing.