Hippocrates said, “Our food should be our medicine and our medicine should be our food.” With a combination of Vitamins, A, B, C, E, K and minerals calcium, iron, fibre, protein and antioxidants, these mighty Microgreens will help your body fight pesky germs and they taste pretty fabulous too. This kit contains all the same seeds as the Micro-immunity kit but with the two extra Mighty Microgreens to give you nearly a double whammy of Microgreens!
• 5 varieties of organic seeds in re-usable UK manufactured steel tins (enough to grow 20 bamboo trays of Microgreens)
• 10 re-usable bamboo seed trays
• 20 blocks of organic, vegan, peat-free coir in a cotton sack
• 5 'seed of life' germination covers
• 5 wooden stick markers
• wooden measuring spoon
• easy-to-follow, fool proof instructions
• nutritional information about each microgreen
• growing calendar
Rocket - is especially rich in Vitamin K and calcium, making it a key ingredient for boosting bone health. High in antioxidants, it is also shown to contain isothiocyanate, a substance shown to help protect against cancer.
Radish - Deep breath now - purple radish Microgreens contain… vitamins A, B, C, E and K, alongside iron, magnesium and zinc. Then there’s phosphorus, potassium, and plenty of protein (30%). They’re also chock a block with calcium, carotene and chlorophyll, not to mention antioxidants and amino acids.
Pak Choi - a pale green Microgreen with a slightly sweet, robust flavour. Belonging to the cruciferous family of vegetables and first cultivated in China thousands of years ago, it is now available all over the world. An absolute power green containing vitamin C, E and beta-carotene. Unlike many other fruits and vegetables Pak Choi contains traces of the essential micronutrient – the mineral selenium, which helps certain antioxidant enzymes to work. These enzymes remove reactive oxygen species (free radicals) and so prevent oxidative damage to organs and tissues. Selenium also helps the hormone thyroxine, which regulates metabolism, to work. Selenium also prevents inflammation, may decrease tumour growth rates but there is insufficient scientific evidence yet to support that claim. It mitigates the effects of certain toxins such as mercury.