Its high chlorophyll content converts wheat powder into a great neutralizer of free radicals.
One of its main components is beta-carotene, a pigment present in vegetables, fruit and grain, with the ability to participate in the destruction of free radicals. 
In addition, it contains vitamin B, C, D, E, H (biotin) and vitamin K and a large amount of minerals.
After studies, it is estimated that about 10,000 years ago, began its domestic cultivation in South Asia. Nowadays it could be said that wheat grass is one of the most cultivated plants in the world.
This green magic full of nutrients lived in ancient Mesopotamia, eased the digestion and muscular pains of the inhabitants of Asia. It sailed until it reached the West and here it was the subject of different studies.
During his research, Dr. Schnabel discovered that wheat grass contained a wide variety of minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, amino acids, enzymes and essential fatty acids.
Dr. Bernard Jensen, author of several books on natural medicine, and an eminence in the field of natural medicine, discovered that our body only needs a few minutes to absorb wheat grass and in that small course consumes very little energy.