Yes. Our store is open Monday – Friday from 10am – 5pm and Saturday from 10am – 3pm and our online store is open 24 hours a day/7 days a week
Typically a week to 10 days in a Green Bag (available in the Hippocrates store or our online store), sometimes longer. Grass will last longer in a cooler fridge than a warmer one. The grass cannot be frozen
Drink the juice within the first few minutes for maximum benefits. If more than two hours has passed, start again. Wheatgrass does not store in the fridge as juice.
Powdered is better than frozen, but there is no substitute for fresh wheatgrass juice. Powder is a decent alternative when traveling.
- Wheatgrass – hard winter wheat (or hard spring wheat) also called wheat berries
- Sunflower greens – black oil sunflower (wild bird feed black oil sunflower seed works great!)
- Buckwheat lettuce – whole buckwheat with the hulls (buckwheat groats, etc. won’t work)
- Pea greens – snow peas or peas for “shoots”; even speckled pea seed will work
Eight to 12 hours, or overnight.
Greens are always grown in the shade, never direct sunlight. If you need light in a basement where there are no windows, then use full spectrum lighting.
1 cup for a 10″ x 10″ tray, or 2.5 cups for a 17″ x 17″ tray (dry measure).
The ideal growing temperature is 60-80° F (20-25° C). Always keep the temperature above 50°F (10°C), and if it is 80°F (26°C) or higher, increase air circulation to prevent mold. Also remember that your sprouts/grass will grow slower during colder months and faster in warmer weather.
Any basic potting mix or topsoil mixed with peat moss will work fine.
Always water heavily, once a day, and keep the soil well drained. Within the first three days of planting, water twice a day (heavily in the morning and mist the seeds in the evening) and keep the seeds covered. Water is very important; seeds must not ever dry out. Any water will work fine, but filtered with a carbon unit is a better choice.
- Wheatgrass – when a second blade branching from the stalks is visible. Don’t over grow your grass as the taste will change.
- Sunflower greens – when a second set of leaves starts to grow between the first set
- Buckwheat lettuce – approximately 10-12 days
- Pea greens – approximately 10-12 days, when all the hulls have fallen off