What is Green Magma?
Green Magma is a highly nutritious powder made from the juice of organic green barley grass. It has been a staple food in Japan since 7000 B.C., and is the perfect addition to a fast-paced lifestyle.
It’s gently alkalising
Our blood has a pH range of 7.35-7.45, making it slightly alkaline. It’s incredibly important for the body to maintain this pH, as millions of cell reactions taking place in our body each day work best in a slightly alkaline environment.
As it’s gently alkalising, Green Magma may help maintain this delicate balance of blood pH levels.
It’s considered ‘energising’
With over 70 nutrients, Green Magma is packed full of ingredients that help to revitalise and rejuvenate the body.
Did you know that if not harvested correctly, some of the nutrients in green barley can be destroyed by heat or acidity? That’s why our Green Magma powder has a unique extraction and spray-drying method, designed to protect the delicate nutrients and enzymes.
It’s for this reason that we recommend to not mix Green Magma with hot drinks which may also remove any beneficial nutrients from the powder. Instead, why not kick-start your day with our energising Tropical Green Smoothie Bowl? #RioRecipes
It’s thought to be ‘anti-ageing’
With multiple detoxification properties, this product contains antioxidants such as superoxide dismutase; a powerful free radical scavenger. The health benefits from antioxidants make adding a powder to your daily routine seem like a no-brainer! Keeping antioxidant levels up helps with an array of health benefits.
Fact: Green Magma naturally contains a more potent antioxidant than vitamin E.
As this powder is so detoxifying, we recommend starting with just half a teaspoon per day then increase the dose by half a teaspoon after a week. Click here for more details about the usage.
Have you tried this mighty powder yet?
The beauty of Green Magma is that it’s both gluten-free and suitable for vegetarians, so more people can enjoy the benefits from this nutritious powder.Tell us over on Facebook and Twitter how you like to incorporate it into your diet.