History of Green Barley
Barley has been served as a food staple throughout history and amazingly is the one of the only
resources on Earth that can provide the human body with the nutrients it needs from birth through old
age. Research done by Agronomists shows that the use of barley dates back as early as 8000 B.C. and has been
used by the ancient Greeks, Romans, Chinese, and Egyptians. Roman gladiators consumed barley as a source
of Energy and strength while the enslaved Egyptians consumed barley bread as their sole sustenance.
Barley was also used as a food staple in late 16-century Europe and was frequently mentioned in the
Bible as being used by the Hebrews and Egyptians.
In modern times, it was discovered by the Chinese that Animals being raised for their organs and medicinal properties
produced superior results when they were fed barley leaves versus when they are fed dry feed. In the 1980′s,
Dr. Yasuo Hotta, discovered a research professor at the University of California San Diego, discovered a special
fraction in Green Barley juice which produces an incredible stimulation in restoring cellular DNA. Dr. Hotta discovered
that these phytochemicals found in green barley, contribute significantly to the reparation of DNA.
In his research, Dr.Hotta stressese that the substance stimulating the DNA repair has been found only in significant
amounts in green barley leaves.
Green barley juice have been consumed for its many benefits to human health.
Another japanese pharmacologist, Dr. Hagiwara, conducted a series of case studies that indicated that green barley
juice contained constituent that increased strength and motor activities in mice, had anti-ulcer activity, contained
anti-inflammatory proteins, and lowers cholesterol. In the 1990′s the Diabetes Resource found hat a dried juice from
organic green barley leaves was a beneficial food for those with type-II diabetes.