Pines Wheat Grass Tablets 500 mg.

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Pines Wheat Grass Tablets are made with organic wheat grass. Eat your greens every day with Pines Wheat Grass Tablets! Pines Wheat Grass is a food with such a naturally high concentration of nutrients that one rounded teaspoon is equal to a large serving of a deep green leafy vegetable.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts

Serving Size 7 Tablets
Servings Per Container 200

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Take 7 tablets with water or juice for a large serving of a deep green leafy vegetable. Pines recommends 2-3 daily servings.


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Athletic Performance
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Preliminary studies have suggested that octacosanol improves endurance, reaction time, and other measures of exercise capacity.(more)
Athletic Performance
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Wheat germ oil, which contains a waxy substance known as octacosanol, has been investigated as an ergogenic agent. Preliminary studies have suggested that octacosanol improves endurance, reaction time, and other measures of exercise capacity.1 In another preliminary trial, supplementation with 1 mg per day of octacosanol for eight weeks improved grip strength and visual reaction time, but it had no effect on chest strength, auditory reaction time, or endurance.2


1. Cureton TK. The physiological effects of wheat germ oil on humans. In: Exercise. Illinois: Charles C Thomas, 1972, 296-300.

2. Saint-John M, McNaughton L. Octacosanol ingestion and its effects on metabolic responses to submaximal cycle ergometry, reaction time and chest and grip strength. Int Clin Nutr Rev 1986;6(2):81-7.

Octacosanol is a waxy substance naturally present in some plant oils and is the primary component of the sugar cane extract called policosanol.

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