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Organic mung bean seeds
Reference: ZFN0209

Organic mung bean seeds

Reference: ZFN0209

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Organic Mung Bean seeds for sprouting, in packaging of 700g.

Organic Mung Bean seeds to sprout

We no longer present the mung bean: very easy to germinate, it is undoubtedly the most used seed with alfafa! From the legume family, “green soybeans” originate from India, where its sprouted seed has been used in Ayurvedic cooking since 1500 BC. Unlike yellow soybeans, mung beans have not been genetically manipulated. Its discreet taste of nuts and peas and its slightly crispy texture blend perfectly with Asian flavors (coconut, lemongrass) ... and much more!

Soaking: 24 hours

Germination: 5 days

It contains vitamins (A, C, E and all the vitamins of group B, which among other things ensure good digestive and nervous functioning). It is also an important source of K vitamin, which contributes to good blood clotting and bone mineralization. It presents a strong contribution in mineral salts (potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, sulfur) and trace elements (iron, copper, manganese, selenium, zinc).

Its particularities:

• Rich in crude proteins (23 to 32%) and essential fatty acids, its satiety power is high.

• It protects the cardiovascular system thanks to its hypotensive effect, and helps reduce cholesterol and blood sugar.

• Rich in phytoestrogens, it contributes to the regrowth of hair and nails.

• The germination process eliminates digestive discomfort that can be caused by adult beans.

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