The premiere high-protein juice drink: our raw, vegetarian, antioxidant, vitamin & mineral supplement for natural energy, nutritional healing, and sports fitness.
Eliminate constipation with a natural laxative, with chlorophyll, not fiber. Quick results, not instant: a natural product that is easy to use, non-addictive, with a pleasant taste. Provides a full complement of vitamins, minerals, and protein, and thousands of enzymes.
"Humans live on one-quarter of what they eat; on the other three-quarters lives their doctor."
— Egyptian pyramid inscription, 3800 B.C.
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Testimonials & Reviews
"I started using John's Barley Grass Juice Powder about a year ago. In that time, I have experienced an ever increasing wellness that I have never felt before. I have more natural energy. It used to take me a five shot at Starbucks to get going; now I wake up like that naturally. I had skin problems most of my life that have cleared up. I had some growths that have disappeared completely. All in all, I highly recommend using John's Barley Grass Juice to everyone that would like to lead a healthier and happier life."
— Gary Levin, Musician, writer, producer
"John's Barley Grass Juice Powder is an exceptional product. Having personally tested the effectiveness of many alkaline substances, I can testify to the potency of this product. Compared to other commercial barley grass juice powders, John's is fresher, darker and far more detoxifying. Barley grass is much milder in taste than other green super-foods like wheat-grass and blue-green algae. It's creamy taste allows one to enjoy its full range of nutritional benefits with greater ease. I use this product daily and I highly recommend it to others."
— Michael McEvoy, founder, Radiant Health Now, nutritional coach and yoga instructor
Barley has been cultivated since prehistoric times in many parts of the world. Barley was grown in Switzerland during the Stone Age. The ancient Greeks fed it to their training athletes in the form of barley-mush. In Chinese lore, barley was considered a symbol of male potency. The Hindus use barely grains in many religious celebrations, marriage, birth and death rites.
— Karen Cross Whyte, "The Complete Sprouting Cookbook"