Amaranth

About this microgreen:

Amaranth was cultivated by Aztecs and other cultures from tropical climates. It is actually an ancient kind of grain used in India. Very easy to digest, Amaranth microgreens are available in different colors, from light green to pink or dark red. They are fragile shoots that enhances beautifully any meal with color and a light sweet taste. Amaranth contains high complete protein amounts with vital amino acids, in contrast with other protein sources. Amaranth is gluten-free. Amaranth microgreens also contain vitamin A, C, E, folate, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, dietary fiber, calcium, amino acids, antioxidants, minerals and essential lysine.

Health Benefits of Amaranth:

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Antioxidant

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Activates digestion

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Helps in cancer treatment

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Boosts the immune system

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Helps in treatment of cardiovascular disease and hypertension

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Decreases hair loss and greying

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Helps metabolize fatty acids into energy

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Protects from Osteoporosis

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Works as an appetite suppressant

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Improves eyesight

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Improves recovery from illness

Arugula

About this microgreen:

Considered as one of the most useful and healthiest natural superfood, this plant adds a health supplement to a variety of menus. Arugula is also known as rocket. The Arugula microgreen is flavorful with a peppery taste. The leaf is similar to the oak leaf. It is a great source of folic acid, iron, copper and a variety of minerals and vitamins A, C and K.

Health Benefits of Arugula:

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Boost for bone and brain health

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Detoxifying food

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Reduce risk of cancer

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Boosts healthy bones

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Antioxidant

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Improves eyesight

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Good for healthy skin

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Improves mineral absorption

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Helps keep body hydrated

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Activates the immune system

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Beneficial for weight management

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Natural aphrodisiac

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Lowers blood pressure

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Protects the aging brain and cognitive decline

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Reduces the amount of oxygen needed during exercise & enhances athletic performance

Basil

About this microgreen:

Basil is a common aromatic herb in the mint family, the same plant family as other nutrientdense, beneficial herbs, including mint, oregano and rosemary. The taste is sweet, but savory, and just like the smell, it is peppery, yet ever so slightly minty. Basil, of course, is used to add flavor to a variety of recipes, but what may surprise you is the many benefits of basil that make it well-known for its immunity-enhancing properties and is one of the most important medical herbs known today. Basil has vitamin A, K, C and manganese.

Health Benefits of Basil:

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Contains disease-fighting antioxidants

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Anti-inflammatory

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Fights cancer

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Antibacterial Properties

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Antimicrobial Properties that fight viruses and infections

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Combats stress

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Fights depression

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Promotes cardiovascular health

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Supports liver function and helps detoxify the body

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Helps alkalize the body and improves digestion

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 Acts as a natural aphrodisiac

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Protects from diabetes and metabolic syndrome

Beets

About this microgreen:

 Beets are from the same family as chard and spinach. Beets have so many benefits that it would be a shame not to incorporate them to your daily food diet. Beets provide a well-being sensation while reducing stress. Beets micro-greens have a slight sweet flavor and bring a colorful touch with its bright red stem and the contrasting darker green leaves. Beets are low in fat, rich in fiber, iron, nitrate, folic acid, minerals, and vitamins. Beets are also charged with powerful antioxidants. Promotes muscle oxygenation while exercising, which has the potential to reduce fatigue and raise the energy level and increase tolerance to endurance training. The pectin contained in beets help remove toxins and heavy metals from the body.

Health Benefits of Beets:

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Detoxifing and Healing power

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Anti-stress

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Powerful antioxidant

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Increases immune function

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Help protects against heart disease

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Slows aging

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Stroke Prevention

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Reduces frequency of migraine headaches

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Prevents alopecia

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Alleviates premenstrual syndrom (PMS)

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Alleviates hypertension

Borage

About this microgreen:

Borage is a very flow-calorie culinary herb, which found its usage in the Mediterranean countries. Borage microgreens are unique in that they have tiny hairs on the surface of the stem. The stems and leaves vary from light green to green. The flavor is similar to cucumbers with a cantaloupe aftertaste. Borage microgreens add flavor profiles to salads, soups, and sandwiches. Borage microgreens are quite juice and are used to flavor salads, sandwiches, and smoothies. If allowed along with parsley, chervil, chives, watercress, sorrel, and sala burnet in the preparation of Traditional German green sauce. The fresh herb can also be added to sausages, pizza, and poultry stuffing. Borage tea is a popular refreshing drink in European countries.

 

Health Benefits of Borage:

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Detoxifing and Healing power

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Maintains blood pressure

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Powerful antioxidant

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Increases immune function

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Stroke Prevention

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Reduces frequency of migraine headaches

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Protects from lung and oral cavity cancers

Carrot

About this microgreen:

Carrots, botanically classified as Daucus carota subs. sativus, are slender, edible, underground taproots that grow frilly leaves in a rosette pattern and belong to the Apiaceae family along with celery, parsnips, and parsley. Labeled as a root vegetable, there are many different varieties of Carrots found in a wide array of colors that are harvested at multiple stages of maturity for commercial sale.

Carrots have been cultivated since ancient times and were deeply rooted in the diets and traditional medicine of Asian and European cultures. Despite our familiarity today with the bright orange variety, orange carrots did not arrive into the commercial marketplace until the 16th and 17th centuries. Carrots are an excellent source of vitamin A, which can help prevent vision loss, vitamin C to protect the body from sickness, and fiber to assist with digestion. The roots also contain some vitamin K, magnesium, calcium, folate, and potassium.

Health Benefits of Corn:

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Improves bone strength

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Boost immune system

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Regulates blood sugar

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Prevents macular degeneration

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Reduces stroke

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Reduces risk of cancer

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Recommended for a healthy skin

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Prevents heart disease

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Reduces high blood pressure

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Maintains good digestive health

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Improves kidney function

Chinese Mahogany

About this microgreen:

Chinese toon is a popular aromatic garnish microgreen in Asian dishes. It’s tender, has a unique aroma and appetizing flavor that resembles the onion. Chinese toon is a perennial hardwood, which is a member of the Meliaceae family. Chinese toon microgreens are a nutritional, healthy gourmet vegetable and are more popular in China.

Prominent in Chinese culture, the Toona sinensis has been recognized for its medicinal purposes. In Chinese, the tree is also often mentioned to symbolically represent the father in Chinese poetry and literature.

Health Benefits of Corn:

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Body repair

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Reduces cancer risk

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Bone health

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Used in China to medicinally treat: diarrhea, chronic dysentery, flatulence, bloody stools, seminal emissions, leucorrhea, metrorrhagia and gonorrhea.

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Recommended for a healthy skin

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Increases semen quality for men

Chives

About this microgreen:

Chives are nutrient powerhouses that have numerous anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties as well as a collection of vitamins.

A member of the Amaryllidaceae family which includes other plants such as garlic, onion, and leek, chives are rich in potassium, iron, calcium, vitamins A, B, C, and E, magnesium, zinc, and phosphorus.

Health Benefits of Chives:

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Improves bone strength

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Lowers bad cholesterol

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Decreases blood clots

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Boosts the immune system

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Recommended for a healthy skin

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Help maintain good vision

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Strengthen immune system

Cilantro

About this microgreen:

The cilantro microgreen has a sweet, bright aroma and is quite bold. In contrast to full size cilantro, micro cilantro is slightly peppery and has a little bit of grassiness. It also smells much different than mature cilantro and doesn’t have the musty smell that many people dislike. Micro Cilantro pairs well with avocado, carrots, zucchini, tomato, coconut milk, citrus, ginger, mint, lemongrass, chile peppers, yogurt, chicken, lamb, and white fish.

Health Benefits of Corn:

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Improves bone strength

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Help control diabetes

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Helps prevent anemia

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Antioxidant

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Contributes to aid in digestion

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Boosts the immune system

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Recommended for a healthy skin

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Lowers blood sugar

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Prevents constipation

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Helps protect memory

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Lowers risk of colon cancer

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Mood enhancer

Cress

About this microgreen:

Cress is a very nutritious microgreen with great revitalizing power recognized for hundreds of years. Cresson seeds were discovered in the tombs of Egyptian pharaohs. Cress is widely used in India and Europe. This culinary and healing microgreen has a tangy, peppery taste similar to mustard. It is recommended to consume this microgreen fresh or in juices to preserve its beneficial properties.

This is an excellent source of carotene, manganese, copper, iron, fiber, calcium, vitamins B1, B2, B6, C and E. Also contains more sulfur and sodium that most vegetables

Health Benefits of Cress:

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Antioxidant

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Improves memory and mental functions

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Developes bone and teeth health

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Improves fertility and sexual energy

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Helps prevent cancer

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Prevents high blood pressure

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Boosts the immune system

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Promotes better digestion

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Prevent anemia and scurvy

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Helps stop toothache

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Beneficial for maintaining healthy skin

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Minimize eczema

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Lowers sugar levels

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Improves eyesight

Dandelion

About this microgreen:

Dandelions are often thought of as a pesky weed in an otherwise perfectly-maintained yard. But have you ever considered eating them? According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Dandelion greens rank high on the nutritional barometer, surpassing both spinach and broccoli in nutritional value. Dandelion greens are rich in Vitamin C, K, and A, as well as omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, and protein.

Dandelion microgreens are full of potent antioxidants, which may explain why this plant has such broad applications for health.

Health Benefits of dandelion:

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Beneficial for liver function

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Improves bone health

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Supports eyesight

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Promotes healthy skin

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Supports strong teeth

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Boosts digestion

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Reduces swelling

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Stops Infectious disease

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Regulates muscle

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Prevents osteoporosis

Dill

About this microgreen:

Dill is packed with micronutrients that provide health benefits. For example, a 100-gram serving of dill boosts your vitamin A intake. Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin that helps you to maintain healthy vision, skin, immune function, growth, and reproductive health. You’ll also get a significant boost of vitamin C, an important antioxidant that helps your body to resist infection. Dill is also a good source of fiber, folate (important for cell division and production of DNA), calcium for healthy bones, riboflavin for cell function and development, manganese.

Health Benefits of dill:

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Used to treat Gastrointestinal disorders 

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Appetite stimulant

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Prevents Kidney disease

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Stops Flatulence

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Alleviates hemorrhoids

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Boosts Immunity

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Treats Bronchitis

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Stops Infectious disease

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Relieves liver and gallbladder complaints

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Prevents urinary tract disorders 

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Helps with insomnia and other sleep disorders

Heartbeats

About this microgreen:

This is a mix of 6 different varieties of radish microgreens. Each variety has its own level of spiciness and color scheme making this combo beautiful as in “Hot”!  

Health Benefits of Radish:

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Natural diuretic

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Anti-fungal and anti-bacterial

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Detoxifying food

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Has anti-inflammatory properties

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Helps prevent lungs cancer

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Recommended in jaundice treatment

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Contributes to purifying the blood

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Beneficial for weight management

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 Proven to be beneficial in urinary disorders

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Helps with constipation

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Helps cleanse the body

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Soothes the digestive system

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Relieves congestion, good for allergies, infections or colds

Immune & On Fire

About this microgreen:

Spicy microgreens (Wasabi Mustard, Giant Mustard, Arugula, Radish, and Red Acre Cabbage) mixed with Sunflower shoots. 

Health Benefits of Salad:

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Detoxifies the body

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Cancer prevention

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Regeneration of the immune system

lettuce

About this microgreen:

By comparing to USDA National Nutrient Databases, microgreens showed a higher level (up to 69 times) of nutrients than its mature counterpart. In particular for lettuce microgreens, it’s found 9x more minerals than in the mature lettuce.

Also for lettuce, the 7-day old lettuce microgreens had found the highest concentration of phenolic compounds and antioxidants level than the rest of growth stages, which potentially implies a big role in cancer prevention

Health Benefits of Mustard:

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Improves muscle strength

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Anti- Inflammatory

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Fights cancer

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Fights anemia

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Improves bone health

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Promotes vision

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Enhances weightloss

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Boosts Immunity

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Strengthens eyesight

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Enhances weight loss

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Protects heart disease

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Promotes brain health

Mixes

About this microgreen:

By comparing to USDA National Nutrient Databases, microgreens showed a higher level (up to 69 times) of nutrients than its mature counterpart. In particular for lettuce microgreens, it’s found 9x more minerals than in the mature lettuce.

Also for lettuce, the 7-day old lettuce microgreens had found the highest concentration of phenolic compounds and antioxidants level than the rest of growth stages, which potentially implies a big role in cancer prevention

Health Benefits of Mustard:

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Improves muscle strength

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Anti- Inflammatory

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Fights cancer

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Fights anemia

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Improves bone health

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Promotes vision

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Enhances weightloss

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Boosts Immunity

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Strengthens eyesight

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Enhances weight loss

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Protects heart disease

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Promotes brain health

Marigold

About this microgreen:

Another somewhat unexpected microgreen- Marigold! A good source of beta-carotene, which is an antioxidant that is used in the body to produce vitamin A, this microgreen is a deliciously flavored addition to your diet. The leaves also provide potassium, which can help regulate fluid levels within the body and contain manganese, calcium, vitamin K, and zinc.

In addition to vitamins and minerals, Marigold contains proline, which is an amino acid that contributes to strengthening joints and increasing collagen production.

Morning Glory

About this microgreen:

Enjoy the delicate flavors of this sunshine mix. We’ve combined Pea Shoots for its crunchy texture and fresh flavor, Buckwheat for its creaminess and smoothness, Radish for a hint of spiciness, Red Garnett Amaranth for its earthiness. 

Mustard

About this microgreen:

Mustard is the second most popular spice that is traded around the world. Mustard microgreens are a storehouse for many phyto-nutrients that have health promotional and disease prevention properties. Over the years, mustard has been imbued with curative powers. Mustard microgreens are tender, succulent and spicy. Many variety add different sharp flavors to a wide range of meals. They are very popular in Asian mix. Eating mustard microgreens offers a plateful of benefits. The mustard microgreen is a good source of vitamin A, C, E, energy and carbohydrates, proteins, dietary fiber, folate, niacin, riboflavin, thiamin, sodium, potassium, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese and zinc.

Health Benefits of Mustard:

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Digestive aid

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Relieves congestion, good for allergies, infections or colds

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Inhibits growth of cancer cells

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Helps provide relief to rheumatic arthritis

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Reduces occurrence of migraine

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Helps prevent diseases

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Treats fever

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Prevents cancer risk

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Assists in menopause relief

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Contributes in asthma prevention

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Slows aging

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Helps fight infections

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Stimulates hair growth and strength

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Contribute to relieve muscle pains

Nasturtium

About this microgreen:

The name “nasturtium” comes from the Latin words for nose (nas), and tortum (twist), which essentially translates to “twisted nose.” Many believe it was named for the reaction on a person’s face after biting into the peppery, bittersweet leaves. In addition, a unique trait of Nasturtium leaves is that they are superhydrophobic, meaning the leaves contain waxy nanostructures that prevent water from absorbing through the top of the leaf. This process also cleans the leaf because as the water drops off, it removes dirt and debris allowing the leaf to have a clean surface to continue photosynthesis. Nasturtium leaves are an excellent source of vitamins A, C, and D, beta-carotene, iron, manganese, and flavonoids.

Health Benefits of Peas:

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Natural Antibiotic

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Promotes Kidney Health

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Fights infection in bladder

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Prevents Tumors

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Boost Immunity

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Natural expectorant & disinfectant

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Anti- fungicide

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Treats scurvy

onion

About this microgreen:

Under the same family of Allium, onion seedlings look very much like the chives and leek. Onion seeds are dark in color, and the shoot grows up with the seed hulls still attached. Onion microgreens taste pretty much like the full-grown onion, but milder. 

Health Benefits of Onion:

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Improves bone health

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Recommended for healthy skin

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Supports eyesight

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Supports the strong teeth and bones

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Enhance the immune system

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Contributes to regulate blood sugar level

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Prevents arthritis

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Reduces bad cholesterol

Peas

About this microgreen:

Peas are a powerhouse of nutrition and strong anti-oxidants. Peas have such high-quality protein that they are now added to many meals and commercial protein products. In taste, pea tendril microgreens are slightly sweet, with a mild bitter aftertaste, and they have a nutty undertone. The leaves have a texture similar to spinach, although not as delicate. Pea tendrils add freshness and a little crunch to dishes with rich and earthy flavors. Peas microgreens are low fat but high everything else. They contain protein, fiber, omega-3 and micronutrients. Rich in folate, carbohydrates, vitamin A, C, E, B1, B2, B3, B6.

Health Benefits of Peas:

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Antioxidant

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Helps prevent stomach cancer

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Slows aging

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Prevents wrinkles

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Enhance the immune system

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Helps protect from Alzheimer

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Protects from Osteoporosis

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Relieves constipation

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Contributes to regulate blood sugar level

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Prevents arthritis

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Reduces bad cholesterol

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Beneficial for weight management

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Helps keep bones healthy

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Has anti-inflammatory properties

(Broccoli) Reaching Wellness

(Broccoli) Reaching Wellness

About this microgreen:

Enjoy the mild, and deliciously nutty flavor of our Broccoli Di Cicco, Ramoso Santana and our Waltham 29 combination. This combo brings a massive amount of nutrition to your diet. 

Health Benefits of Broccoli:

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Detoxifing and Healing power

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Reduces Cancer Risk 

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Powerful antioxidant

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Increases immune function

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Help protects against heart disease

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Slows aging

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Protects against dementia

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Reduces frequency of migraine headaches

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Improves Eyesight

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Minimizes  premenstrual syndrom (PMS)

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Alleviates inflammation

Shungiku

About this microgreen:

Shungiku can be grown as an edible flower, salad greens, or especially as a microgreen. As a micro, it has thin serrated true leaves. This light green, pretty micro has a slightly crunchy texture with a strong carrot, fruit, flowery flavor that also has a mild but pleasant bitterness.

Great as an addition to mixed salad greens. Contains Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, B12, And B6.

Shungiku, also known to be the edible chrysanthemum, is another Asian herb microgreen that has a delightful floral flavor with a slight bitter taste. This beautiful microgreen is short, has a thin serrated leaf, and light green in color. Shungiku is mild, crisp and crunchy, and can be a great complement for any salad mix.

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Improves eyesight

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Maintains good digestive health

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Improves skin

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Lowers the risk of cancer

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Diabetes management

Shiso

About this microgreen:

Shiso, also known as Japanese basil or beefsteak plant, is a popular bush plant in Asian countries. It has a delightful aroma, anise-like flavor, and complements well with fish.

They are popularly used in Japanese cuisine as they offer a subtle flavor and tender texture, and can be used to garnish sushi or sashimi, sprinkled over miso soup or soba noodles, wrapped around meat, mixed in with tofu or bean curd dishes, added to stir-fries, or even steeped in green tea.

Shiso contains calcium, phosphorus, iron, potassium, antioxidants, and vitamins A, C, and K.

Health Benefits of Salad:

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Detoxifies the body

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Cancer prevention

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Regeneration of the immune system

Sprouting Lakeland

About this microgreen:

We offer you the twisted tale of three kales. Enjoy the mildly sweet flavor of our light-colored Green Kale, and strong earthy flavor of white kale, combined with the robust kale flavor of our Red Kale. Simply delicious!

Health Benefits of Mustard:

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Lowers blood pressure

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Anti- Inflammatory

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Anti- viral

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Anti- depressant

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Reduces cancer effects

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Lowers cholesterol

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Bone health

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Boosts Immunity

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Strengthens eyesight

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Enhances weight loss

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Protects heart disease

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Clots blood

Sorrel

About this microgreen:

Sorrel micros are known for its delightful and strong lemony tang. It’s commonly used as a micro herb, garnish, or to give a dash of lemon zest to a salad! Sorrel is a lovely accompaniment to seafood and mild-flavored meats like poultry, and can add a nice zing to any smoothie or salad!

A good source of Vitamin K, Vitamin C, oxalic acid, and Vitamin E, sorrel is a perennial herb that belongs in the knotweed family along with rhubarb and buckwheat. The term “knotweed” stems from the little nodes the stems of some of the family’s species have.

Sorrel grows in grassland habitats all over Europe and in parts of Central Asia, though its history goes back as far as 1700 with mentions of the sour herb in Jamaican literature.

Health Benefits of Salad:

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Detoxifies the body

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Improves eyesight

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Regeneration of the immune system

Sunflower

About this microgreen:

Sunflower microgreens offer one of the most balanced forms of a complete plant protein around. It is one of the best food to add to your diet for overall health and wellbeing. It has a strong stem and green leaves. The taste is fresh and crunchy. Delicious eaten as a snack or in any salad, sandwich, wrap or culinary creation. Sunflower microgreens are low in calories and high in nutrition, making them ideal for any natural and healthy fat loss program. They are a great source of valuable nutrients including proteins, enzymes, folic acid, selenium, lecithin, minerals, including calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorous, zinc as well as vitamins A, C, Complex D and E.

Health Benefits of Sunflower:

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Contains lecithin which helps break down fatty acids

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Activates cells in the immune system

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Helps build skeletal, muscular, and neurological systems

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Boosts your fertility

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Aids in stress relief

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Helps eliminate accumulated cholesterol in arterial walls

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Improves regeneration of blood supply

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Revitalizes tissues

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Calms inflammation

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Activates deodorizing the body

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Natural expectorant

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Antioxidant

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Helps prevent heart disease

Swiss chard

About this microgreen:

Swiss chard is from the same family as beets. It is available in many varieties that offers a range of colorful stalk like red, white, pink, yellow and orange. The leafy part is always green. The eye-catching colors and beautiful delicate texture of this microgreen makes it one of the most appealing meal garnishing assets. Swiss chard microgreen is also commonly used in sandwiches, wraps and smoothies.

These microgreens have exceptional effects in promoting health. Because of their higher proteins as well as their mineral content, they offer resistance against a number of illnesses and diseases.

The Swiss chard microgreens have a distinctive mild, juicy as well as salty taste that reminds us of the flavor of beets with a mix of spinach. 

Low in fat. Rich beta-carotene, vitamin E, K &C, zinc, copper, sodium, potassium, iron, manganese, phosphorus, lutein and several other illnesses battling antioxidants. Also, a high level of Calcium, Magnesium and vitamin K contributes in good bone health.

Health Benefits of Swiss Chard:

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Powerful antioxidant

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Assists in regulation of blood sugar level

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Helps strengthen bones

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Prevents cancer

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Boost mental function and concentration

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Contributes in healthy blood

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Prevents anemia

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Encourages hair growth and strength

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Encourages hair growth and strength

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Promotes good eye health

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Beneficial for weight loss

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Helps in control of blood pressure

Turnip

About this microgreen:

Turnip microgreen are an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin A (in the form of betacarotene), vitamin C, folate, copper, manganese, dietary fiber, calcium, vitamin E and vitamin B6. They are a very good source of potassium, magnesium, pantothenic acid, vitamin B2, iron and phosphorus. Additionally, they are a good source of vitamin B1, omega-3 fatty acids, niacin and protein.

Health Benefits of Wheat Grass:

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Antioxidant

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Anti- cancer activities

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Maintains healthy skin

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Prevents retinal detachment

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Prevents against mascular degeneration

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Promotes bone health

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Treatment for alzheimer’s disease

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Promotes weight loss

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Improves iron absorption

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Lung health

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Prevents excess bleeding

Vitality Blend

About this microgreen:

A blend of at least four nutrient-dense microgreens from the brassica family considered vegetable royalty. Excellent as a salad and in all your favorite dishes. 

Health Benefits of Salad:

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Detoxifies the body

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Cancer prevention

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Regeneration of the immune system

wheat grass

About this microgreen:

About this microgreen:

Wheatgrass may appear like a simple grass, but it is actually among the most powerful natural detoxifying agents, since it is one of Nature’s richest source of chlorophyll and live enzymes. In fact, it has been said that one ounce of wheatgrass is equivalent in nutritional value to more than 2 pounds of leafy green vegetables. From diminishing the appetite, to reducing body odors and preventing cancer, wheatgrass has a place in your diet.

Wheatgrass contains more than 90 minerals, including potassium, calcium, magnesium and sodium as well as essential enzymes and 19 amino acids.

Health Benefits of Wheat Grass:

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Diminishes appetite

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Stimpulates circulation

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Improves digestion

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Alleviates arthritis

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Treats skin wounds

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Helps in acne treatment

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Prevents cancer

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Boost immunity

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Natural expectorant

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Antioxidant

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Helps prevent heart disease

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