Wheatgrass Benefits for Cats:
Chlorophyll – Wheatgrass contains an amazing amount of chlorophyll, up to 70%! Chlorophyll is a natural blood booster which not only cleanses the blood but helps to keep it healthy! It also slows down the aging process making it a great addition to an older cat’s diet.
Weight-loss – Because wheatgrass as a juice is so condensed, it naturally turns off the appestat in the brain thus, causing your cat to eat less. In one ounce of this powerful juice, the nutritional value is that of 2 pounds of produce!
Enhances Fertility/Balances hormones – This is good for cats that are being bred regularly or one who is currently pregnant. The high counts of magnesium in wheatgrass produces enzymes which help bind and heal sex hormones.
Hairballs – Since wheatgrass naturally eases and helps the digestion process, it can help control or even eliminate hairballs in most cats. This is good news for your feet!
Dry Skin – If your kitty suffers from dry skin or flaking, most of the time this is due to issues in the gut. Wheatgrass naturally eliminates bad bacteria whilst helping good bacteria in the gut flourish! This will leave Mittens with soft skin and a beautiful coat!
Pain Relief – Just like in humans, wheatgrass helps ease the pains of arthritis by restoring the bones and muscle tissue with rich amounts of minerals in cats. It is also said to act as a nerve tonic for older cats who have pains from general mobility.
Removes Heavy Metals & Fluoride – Wheatgrass naturally binds and removes heavy metals from the body of any living organism and also removes fluoride, even from water! It only takes one ounce to the gallon as well. This is not only good news for your kitty, but you too!
Eyes – Since wheatgrass is loaded with vitamins A, E, and C, it makes for the puffect supplement for cats with eye troubles or just elderly cats in general.
Dental Health – Wheatgrass is said to not only cure issues in the teeth and gums, but even prevent tooth decay! This is good news for felines with grain sensitivities, which is known to cause tooth loss in cats.