Radish contains many vitamins and minerals, and it also has significant antiseptic properties. It supports digestion and the overall immune system. Thanks to its easily recognizable and very distinctive taste reminiscent of grown radish, it can be used in all types of dishes. It is perfect, for example, with egg dishes. Compared to smaller microgreen species, it has a significantly more abundant growth.
Lutein is a xanthophyll colourant belonging to the carotenoids that is produced by plants. Among other things, lutein protects against cataracts and other eye diseases.
Vitamin E serves as an essential antioxidant, helps to slow down ageing, and has been proven to prevent cancer.
Vitamin C is essential for health as it reduces bleeding, improves the quality of teeth and bones, stimulates white blood cells production, and acts as an antioxidant.
Beta-carotene has potent antioxidant effects, reduces the risk of cancer, and increases the overall ability of the human body to defend itself.
Vitamin K is essential for proper blood clotting and also plays a vital role in the process of bone mineralisation and cell growth.