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grown bio cress

Vitamins: A, B, C, D, beta-carotene - (antioxidants)
Minerals: chlorophyll, selenium, sulfur, iodine
Similar to horseradish, cress has a typical, slightly bitter, pungent taste (but less than horseradish) and cress is a valuable herb. Very popular in salads or a a spice in North and West Europe. It contains unsaturated fatty acids which are effective in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases, a general immune amplifier, anti-inflammatory (?), increases the potency, strengthens the immune system, purifies the blood. Cress helps some respiratory problems, asthma, allergy, vascular and digestive diseases, and arthritis as well. It is a mild diuretic, anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic. Watercress contains huge amount of sulfur, and enough iodone to help the operation of endocrines. Effective antidote to smoking-related respiratory disease. Cress can be used in many ways: row, on toast with butter, into salads, on sandwiches, but we can consume it with stewed meat and vegetables.