Coriandrum sativum L.
Brand: Legutko
In a pack:4,0 g
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1.50€
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Cilantro, Coriander (seeds for germination) - Coriandrum sativum.
1 gramm = 70-100 seeds.
Very aromatic green sprouts with a refreshing taste for year round cultivation.
Good for the cardiovascular system and the digestive tract.
Coriander sprouts are an excellent seasoning for fresh and stewed vegetables, baked fish and grilled meats.
Coriander seeds, like coriander sprouts, have unlimited culinary uses.
Especially appreciated in Latin American and Asian cuisines.
Nutritional value of cilantro microgreens:
* alpha-carotene, beta-carotene, C, A, E and K, as well as B vitamins (B1, B2, PP, B4, B5, B6 and B9)
* a source of iron, copper, manganese, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, sodium and zinc
* contains dietary fiber, essential oils (giving the coriander sprouts a characteristic aroma).

Koriander seemned idandamiseks, Семена кинзы для проращивания

1. Fill the germination container with the substrate: peat, earth or coconut fiber (you can use a special container for germination on water).
2. Spread the seeds from the bag evenly over the surface (do not deepen), sprinkle with a thin layer of substrate and compact.
3. Place the container with seeds in a warm, bright place.
4. Moisten crops as needed.
5. After 7-10 days (depending on the culture), in the phase of the first pair of true leaves (2-5 cm), microgreens are ready for harvesting and contain the maximum amount of nutrients.
6. Carefully cut the greens just above the roots with scissors. Juicy sprouts are ready to eat. Remove the roots.
7. Reuse the container with the substrate to germinate the next batch of seeds.
8. Microgreens can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 5 days by placing them in a container or plastic bag.

Coriandrum sativum Koriander Aedkoriander

Heirloom Coriander (Chinese parsley, cilantro), Non-hybrid, Untreated, Non GMO, vegetable garden on the windowsill: especially interesting and useful seeds for germination.

Cilantro microgreen has a specific, but pleasant peppery-lemon flavor with a slight pungency, being a valuable dietary product, recommended for the prevention and treatment of many diseases, as well as the general health of the body.
One of the rare properties that this plant possesses is the ability to remove heavy metals such as lead, mercury and others from the body.
Sprouted coriander seeds also have a cooling effect and stimulate appetite.
They help with diabetes by regulating blood sugar levels, as well as lowering bad cholesterol and normalizing blood pressure.
Due to the high content of antioxidants, carotenoids (lutein and zeaxanthin) in seedlings, their consumption helps prevent age-related eye degeneration and related diseases such as cataracts and early glaucoma.
The content of vitamin K and calcium in coriander shoots helps to strengthen bone and connective tissues, teeth and hair.
In addition, it helps with inflammation of the oral cavity, bleeding gums, as it has an antiseptic and anti-inflammatory effect.
Germination.
Rinse the seeds thoroughly (conveniently with a sieve cover), add water (+ 40 + 50 ° С) and put in a warm place for 8-12 hours. After soaking, drain the water, rinse the seeds again.
Next, plant the seeds in a tray on a pre-moistened coconut substrate or mat. Cover the tray with the same inverted tray on top, or wrap it in cling film and put it in a dark, warm place. If necessary, moisten the substrate with a spray bottle 1-2 times a day.
All these procedures should be done for 4-6 days or until the seeds germinate, then put the tray under the phytolight or on the windowsill, watering and growing microgreens up to 5-8 cm.
Germination features: coriander seeds dry quickly, after washing, add 10-15 ml of water.

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