Sprouting Red Clover Seeds (Organic) - 500g & 1kg

Sprouting Red Clover Seeds (Organic) - 500g & 1kg



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Red Clover Sprouting Seeds (Organic) - 500g or 1kg

Red Clover is the new Alfalfa and like its legume relative, Red Clover has a crisp texture and nutty flavour.  The mild flavour and crunch, along with big time nutrition (especially for women dealing with menopause) make these sprouts a worthwhile addition to your diet.  It is also a wonderful source of essential oils, amino acids, vitamins and minerals that relax the nervous system and settle the stomach. 
Clover is easy to grow, and produces a beautiful green leaf that is lighter green than Alfalfa. 1g of seed will produce 7g of sprouts. Harvest after 6 days. 

Ingredients: Certified Organic Red Clover Seeds Certification: BioGro Organic

Enjoy Me...

  • Add sprouts to your favourite sandwich, salad or stirfry for extra flavour, texture and nutrition. Or try them as a topping on scrambled eggs, omelette or avocado.

How Interesting...

  • In the 19th century, Red Clover was popular with herbalists as a blood purifier. Chinese physicians and Russian folk healers also used it to treat respiratory problems. Red Clover contains four isoflavones common in the Asian diet, thought to be the reason why Asian men have a lower incidence of prostate cancer.
  • Sprouting is the natural germination process by which seeds or spores put out shoots, plants produce new leaves or buds, or other newly developing parts experience further growth. In the field of nutrition, the term signifies the practice of germinating seeds, to be eaten raw or cooked.
Enjoy Me...
1. Add sprouts to your favourite sandwich, salad or stirfry for extra flavour, texture and nutrition. Or try them as a topping on scrambled eggs, omelette or avocado.
How Interesting...
1. In the 19th century, Red Clover was popular with herbalists as a blood purifier. Chinese physicians and Russian folk healers also used it to treat respiratory problems. Red Clover contains four isoflavones common in the Asian diet, thought to be the reason why Asian men have a lower incidence of prostate cancer.
2. Sprouting is the natural germination process by which seeds or spores put out shoots, plants produce new leaves or buds, or other newly developing parts experience further growth. In the field of nutrition, the term signifies the practice of germinating seeds, to be eaten raw or cooked.

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