Sunday, September 26, 2021

Barley in Ayurveda

Ayurveda (ancient Indian medicine system) has favoured organic, raw barley as opposed to pearl barley. Though, it is the best grain for balancing Kapha dosha, but is also beneficial for Pitta-types as well. Barley is considered one of the “good” carbohydrates because it is high in soluble fiber content and is slow to digest, thus reducing spikes in blood sugar levels after a meal.

Barley (and many high fiber foods) aid the release of bile from the liver and gall bladder, aiding fat metabolism. Since bile is an oily substance, release of bile directly lowers triglycerrides and cholesterol in the blood. As an added bonus, the high fiber content holds your appetite longer, so you feel satisfied for a longer period. [Read more…]

Saturday, September 25, 2021



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Once upon a time, Barley was

1. Used by ancient Egyptians for the production of bread and beer. It was even used as currency (it is believed that till early 16th century, barley was used in the barter system).

2. Special food to Gladiators of the Ancient Greek kingdom (to make them EXTRA-STRONG!!!!).

3. As measurement tool to measure length, when in 14th century the English king Edward I, introduced new measurement system during his reign. His method was simple: 3 barleycorns = one inch, 39 barleycorns = one foot and 117 barleycorns = size of one yard.

4. Modern shoe size system originates from that period. Size 13 for example, corresponds to the length of 13 barleycorns.

5. Used as a coffee substitute (well, roasted barley actually) during the First and Second World Wars in Italy. As barley doesn’t contain caffeine, it healthier compared to traditionally used coffee.

6. Considered a gift of the Gods. According to legend the Goddess Isis brought barley to the peoples of the Nile from Lebanon. It was such an important a crop that it was celebrated as a symbol of Upper Egypt.

7. A symbol of masculine potency by ancient Chinese because the ears of barley have “beards” (hair) and many seeds.

8. A currency in ancient city of Babylon.

9. A contraceptive used by females, flowers very taken orally; and fruits intravaginally to prevent pregnancy.

10. ancient Egyptian women urinated on barley or wheat seeds: quickly sprouting seeds indicated pregnancy. Though it sounds weird, but the prediction was correct for 70-85%.


1. Barley Facts at Softschool, (accessed on 25th Sept 2021).

Friday, September 24, 2021

Barley - Facts and More ……….

Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) is the fourth most important cereal crop in the world (after wheat, rice and corn in the given order). It has the highest dietary fiber content; its malt as functional food is not only the world’s largest material for beer, but also often used as one of 300 species in Chinese herbal medicine.


Barley is a cereal grain that belongs to the family of grasses. It has hairy, upright stem that can reach 31-35 inches in height. Inflorescence, also known as spike, is located on a top of a plant. Each spike consists of 20 to 60 grains.

Wild barley originated from western parts of Asia and northern parts of Africa. It played an important role in health and civilization of human migration from Africa to Asia, later to Eurasia. It is believed that barley with it’s cold and frost tolerance of growing at 4000m is a key for ancient Tibetans climb to 3400m.

Russia is the largest producer of barely in the world. The biggest use of barley (nearly 50% of the produce) is as animal food. Due to its high nutritional value, barley is also an important part of human diet. Barley is used for malt production, which is main ingredient of beer and whiskey. It is mostly used as an ingredient of breakfast cereals or in the form of flour. In the food industry, barley is used as soup thickener and in the manufacture of vinegar.

Barley grass contains significant amounts of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients. It contains folate as well as vitamins B-family (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12), C and E. It also contains a significant amount of minerals, including calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, and zinc.

The Hebrew month of Abib (Green Ears) refers to the ripening of barley.

1. Zeng, Y.; et. al. Preventive and Therapeutic Role of Functional Ingredients of Barley Grass for Chronic Diseases in Human Beings.

Thursday, September 23, 2021

Amazing Pure Organic Barley Capsule

Amazing Pure Organic Barley Capsule is a daily supplement that is made from barley grass and its capsule are made from vegetables.

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9 Amazing Health Benefits of Barley Grass


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