Radish Seeds (1/4 lb.)
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Radish Seeds Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some answers to the most frequently asked questions we get about our Radish Seeds.
Why should I sprout radish seeds?
Sprouting radish seeds is an affordable way to source myrosinase, which is the enzyme that converts glucoraphanin to sulforaphane (glucoraphanin + myrosinase → sulforaphane). Broccoli seeds contain glucoraphanin, the precursor to sulforaphane. Therefore, we suggest sprouting radish seeds alongside broccoli seeds.
Can I sprout broccoli seeds with radish seeds?
Yes! We highly recommend sprouting broccoli seeds and radish seeds. You can sprout them separately, but eat them together. Broccoli seeds contain glucoraphanin, the precursor to sulforaphane, and radish seeds contain myrosinase, the enzyme necessary for conversion (glucoraphanin + myrosinase → sulforaphane). Make sure to masticate (chew) the sprouts for proper conversion. We recommend sprouting 1 tablespoon of radish seed for every 4 tablespoons of broccoli seed.
What is the difference between broccoli and radish seeds and BrocElite® Plus?
Our broccoli seeds contain a reliable source of glucoraphanin, and radish seeds contain a reliable source of myrosinase (glucoraphanin + myrosinase --> sulforaphane). Sprouting broccoli and radish seeds together are a good way to receive glucoraphanin and myrosinase, respectively, but there can be a lot of guesswork involved. Whereas BrocElite® contains pure, naturally derived Stabilized Sulforaphane right in the capsule. To learn more about the differences between sprouting versus supplements, check out this article.
Why do you offer radish seeds?
We offer the ease and affordability of sprouting because we care about and believe in making sulforaphane accessible to all. These seeds are high quality and have been tested to verify that they contain myrosinase, the enzyme needed to convert glucoraphanin to sulforaphane. (Many seeds on the market do not contain adequate levels.)
Are your seeds organic?
Our radish seeds are non-GMO, no spray, and glyphosate-free (very important to us), however, they are not certified organic. We haven't been able to find a national source of certified organic seeds that contains adequate levels of myrosinase. We test all our small batches to ensure that the seeds contain myrosinase, the enzyme needed to convert glucoraphanin to sulforaphane (glucoraphanin + myrosinase → sulforaphane).