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A Mini Review on Wheatgrass

  title={A Mini Review on Wheatgrass},
  author={Mukthi Thammana and Seshamma Sreerangam and Sailaja Nambaru},
  journal={Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry},
Wheatgrass is the young grass of the common wheat plant called Triticum aestivum. This wheatgrass can be taken in several forms like juice, powder, capsules, pills, tablets. This wheatgrass is called as “super food”. This review includes a brief introduction of wheatgrass, its benefits and how it helps to keep away many chronic diseases. 
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