Green Barley Grass - Know The Difference

"To produce a single pound of highly concentrated barley juice powder, it takes fifteen pounds of barley grass. Most competitors use only three pounds to make a pound of powder. And they ground up the entire leaf, rather than juicing it. This means their green powder is indigestible, cellulose fiber. The nutrients are locked within the fiber, so it passes through you without being absorbed." - AIM Biologist and Quality Assurance Manager

P.S. Using organic methods, barley grass crops are grown in the United States in premium, high-nutrient soil without the use of pesticides, herbicides or fungicides. The ground is clean, has never been heavily farmed and there are no nearby smokestack industries. No irrigation system is in place. Rainwater supplies the necessary moisture.
Paul Eilers is an Independent Member of The AIM Companies™