It is quite common to spend good money on expensive tonics, so you will be pleased to learn that there is something much cheaper within your reach. I am referring to germinated cereals, whether it be wheat, rye or barley. These cereals offer us what many an over-the-counter potion promises but does not provide.
So how can we obtain germinated wheat? Well, all that is necessary to make grains sprout is moisture and warmth. Place a wet cloth on a plate, sprinkle it with grains and put it in a cupboard or similar warm place. Be sure to keep the cloth damp or germination will be retarded or even stopped altogether. When the sprouts have grown to a length of about 2-5 mm (up to about Va inch), put the grains through a mincer and use as a foundation for muesli. Or eat the mince just as it is, but remember to chew it thoroughly and insalivate well.