Lexen Healthy Sprouter
Benefits to Your Health
Consuming a sprout, whether it be a wheatgrass, broccoli, alfalfa, or a bean sprout, is like eating a little plant, providing a number of concentrated nutritional, digestive and enzymatic properties that would be difficult to get in one package. Sprouted seeds, grains and legumes break down the complex sugars responsible for intestinal gas and contain high vitamin content, especially B vitamins.
The Lexen Healthy Sprouter includes an easy to follow instruction booklet on how to grow your own wheatgrass and sprouts.
The Lexen Healthy Sprouter allows you to grow sprouts with or without the use of soil. You can grow up to four different sprouts per tray. Two trays are included with the Lexen Sprouter so you can grow up to eight different types of sprouts simultaneously.
Suitable for :
- Broccoli sprouts
- Alfalfa sprouts
- Bean sprouts
- Thyme and many other herbs!
- Easy to clean - Trays can be easily rinsed off with mild detergent & water
- Expandable to four trays
- Includes pre-soaking seed and watering jar
- Grow up to 4 different sprouts per tray
- Light, compact and attractive design
- Easy to assemble and use
- Use with or without soil
- Detailed instructions on growing wheatgrass & sprouts included
- Made of tough non-toxic polycarbonate
|Included Accessories||Water and Soaking Container|
|Product Dimensions||L 28 cm x W 23 cm x H 28 cm|
|Net Weight||4.01 kg|
|Features||Can grow 4 varieties of sprouts per tray, instructions included|
|Easy to clean||Yes|
Lexen Manual Sprouter
The Lexen Healthy Sprouter makes growing wheatgrass and sprouts easy and enjoyable for the whole family! With the Lexen Sprouter you have the ability to grow your produce with or without soil; you can also grow four different sprouts per tray.
You can grow:
Alfalfa sprouts – A good source of Vitamin K, 1-cup of alfalfa sprouts contains around 8 calories, making this a great choice for low calorie diets.
Bean sprouts- You can grow a variety of different beans and sprouts that you might not be able to buy in supermarkets if you sprout them yourself. They are a wonderful source of flavour a texture in a meal.
Dill – Delicious with potato and egg salads.
Chive- Is an excellent source of dietary fibre, try adding this to an omelette.
Coriander- Asian or Italian dishes commonly use this ingredient.
Mint - Great for mint sauces with a de ...