Snapshot: The BarleyLife Family

As 2022 draws to a close on a year that celebrated a four-decade anniversary of The AIM Companies™, it’s a fine time to focus on what started and led to this milestone: making available for human consumption the phenomenal nutrition that can only be found in barley grass. Creating an edible juice powder from young blades of barley grass was an idea way ahead of its time back in 1982.

Convincing people that drinking grass was one of the healthiest things they could do for themselves was the challenge. AIM Members met that challenge as independent distributors who promoted and shared the benefits of the juice powder of young barley grass.

Member word of mouth is a powerful tool. In 1987, the AIM Canada office was officially opened, followed by other international locations, including Australia in 1994, South Africa in 1996 and the United Kingdom in 2005. None of this expansion would have happened without the whole-food powder known as BarleyLife that continues to improve and maintain people’s health.

Barley leaf juice powder
• increases overall energy
• helps alkalize the body naturally
• delivers daily nutrition that maintains a foundation for good health
Knowing that everyone can benefit from the unique nutrition in BarleyLife while recognizing that some people do not appreciate its natural taste, over the years AIM created the BarleyLife family of products. Here’s a look at the variations and a tropical, limited extra.

BarleyLife Capsules (2003)
Taking capsules of barley leaf juice powder is a convenient way to get the exceptional green nutrition in BarleyLife. Those who simply cannot stomach the taste of grass can still get the benefits by taking the encapsulated powder. Take 7 capsules for one serving of BarleyLife powder.

BarleyLife Xtra
Apple-Cherry (2005)
The combination of BarleyLife with an additional 18 fruit and vegetable powders turns the original idea of consuming barley grass into a sweeter taste sensation without any added sugar. It’s a popular choice for all age groups. Take one rounded teaspoon
(4.5 grams) for one serving of BarleyLife powder.
BarleyLife Xtra Pineapple (2022)
Pineapple-flavored BarleyLife Xtra was launched in the North American summer of 2022, when a tropical taste sensation was a seasonal fit. It will remain available for as long as inventory lasts. This means it can tropically find its way into festive beverages this December

It is fitting to come full circle and end this family snapshot where it all began: barley leaf juice powder. Members who have been with AIM from the early days were there through the changes and innovations of BarleyLife. Over 40 years later, it remains the flagship of AIM nutrition and the head of the BarleyLife family.

Published by The AIM Companies

The AIM Companies pioneered the use of plants—barley, carrots, and beets—as vehicles to deliver the body concentrated nutrition conveniently. Founded in 1982 in Nampa, Idaho, The AIM Companies has operations in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, providing AIM products to more than 30 countries around the world.

One thought on “Snapshot: The BarleyLife Family

  1. I have faithfully taken Barley Green (Life) for 36 years. I cried out to God for help for 2 conditions. My joints were not flexible & acne was painfully present along my hairline, neck/shoulders & in my ears. Dr. Mary Ruth Swope was on a radio program while I was driving the car, talking about barley green. Short story is I bought some from a distributor, took it & 3 weeks later there was NO acne, I could pull my knees to my chest & my joints stayed flexible. A massage therapist said she had never seen a patient with fibromyalgia to have the flexibility I did. Barley Green is a gift from God. Thank you….just love passing on this story. Darlene G.


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