It removes salts of heavy metals, slags and toxins from the body.
It is recommended to buy mizuna for germination in case of anemia, to strengthen bones, protect against cancer and strengthen immunity.
Microgreens grown from its seeds have delicate shoots and a mild, tangy mustard flavor reminiscent of arugula.
Microgreens of mizuna are rich in antioxidants, so it is effective for anemia, is an excellent means of preventing cancer, and also increases the level of immunity.
Regular consumption of sprouted Japanese cabbage mitsuna maintains the optimal level of cholesterol in the blood, promotes the elimination of salts from the body.
Young Mitsuna sprouts concentrate vitamin K during germination,
so it has a positive effect on bone metabolism and calcium balance, which is necessary for building strong bones and maintaining their density.
Nutritional value of Mitsuna:
- a set of vitamins: A C, B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B9, E, PP
- a source of potassium, calcium, phosphorus, iron
- has excellent reserves of chlorophyll and beta-carotene.
Readiness: 5-14 days.
Storage: refrigerated for up to 5 days.
The seeds are distinguished by high germination: before the emergence of seedlings, germinate at room temperature (up to +24 ° C),
then in cooler conditions (about +16 ° C).
Eng.: Japanese sheet cabbage. Suom.: Mizuna japaninsinappi. Sven.: Mizunakål. Bot.: Brassica rapa ssp. japonica.
Instructions for use:
Pour the amount reguired in to a bowl of water at room temperature and allow them to soak for 8-10 hours.
Subsequently place the seeds into your sprouter covering no more than 25% of the tray as the seeds will in size. Put the sprouter in a light spot at room temperature changing the water 2-3 times a day.
The sprouts will be ready in about 6-10 days. Cut the sprouts about the seed and wash them before eating. They will keep in the fridge for up to a week (8-10 days).