Garden Cress Seed Organic 135 gr (Hab rchad)


What Are The Health Benefits Of Cress:
– Cress has been reported to have a positive effect on blood sugar levels. This happened, among other things, in a Moroccan scientific study from 2005.
– A 2010 study found that cress has a mild to moderate analgesic effect.
– Pakistani research from 2012 shows that cress seeds have a medicinal effect on diarrhea.
– Research from India which was completed in 2013 shows that cress seed has anti-inflammatory effect. In Indian Ayurveda it is rightly used for arthritis.
– Rich in: Vitamins carotene, B11, C, E and nicotinamic acid, and the minerals potassium, iron, calcium and sodium.
– Has a very positive effect on bones and joints.
– In European herbal medicine, cress gained fame as a medicine for anemia, bladder disorders and loss of appetite. It is also seen as a blood purifier and can combat coughing. It is also a laxative which can thus be used for constipation.
– Increases fertility in women who want to have children.
– Rich in Calcium, making it good for bones and teeth.
– Increases libido in men
– Increases appetite.
– Cleans the kidneys and urinary tract.
Cress is also used to stimulate hair growth and to soften and soften the hair.

Danger of over use: (max 1 month or two uses).
– Using Garden Cress can lead to miscarriage in the pregnant woman. This is because cress affects the ovaries.

Ingredients garden cress

The entire above-ground growing plant of garden cress is used. It contains the following medicinally active ingredients: essential oils such as benzyl cyanide, mustard glycosides such as glucotropaeoline and benzyl isothiocyanate, the vitamins carotene, B11, C, E and nicotinamic acid and the minerals potassium , iron , calcium and sodium .

Vitamins of cress

The percentages for vitamins in garden cress are particularly high. For example, 100 grams of garden cress contains a total of 516% of the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of vitamin K. Vitamin C with 83% of the RDI and vitamin A with 43%. It can be added that there are also other carotenoids in garden cress. Carotenoids are converted in the body into vitamin A. Cress also contains about 38% of the RDA of the carotenoid lutein and even zeaxanthin. In total, eating cress exceeds 100% of the RDI for vitamin A levels. Other vitamins are also in it with decent percentages: B2: 22% RDA, B11: 20% RDA, B6: 19% RDA, B1 and B3: 7% RDA and vitamins E and B5: 5% RDA.

Minerals in cress

The percentages for minerals are a lot lower, but still very noteworthy. There is most of it manganese in: 26% of the RDI. For potassium, there is 13% of the RDI in cress. Magnesium and phosphorus are both represented with 11% of the RDI. Iron has a 10% RDA of 10% and calcium tops the list with 8% RDA.




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Cress seed (Habbat Rashad) originally grows in the Mediterranean region, especially in North Africa, and is also found in the Middle East. The seeds are full of essential oils, Vitamin B11, C and E, Potassium, Iron, Calcium, large amount of Vitamin A, K and Vitamin C.

Hair loss, cough, asthma, improve lung function, constipation (has a laxative effect), lack of appetite, anemia, purifies blood, bladder disorders, remedies diarrhea, has an analgesic, anti-inflammatory, cleansing for the uterus, good for the joints, fertility and good for the ovaries.


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