What is Sulforaphane

Definition of Sulforaphane: an anticarcinogenic isothiocyanate C6H11NOS2 found in cruciferous vegetables (such as broccoli and cauliflower) that is thought to function by stimulating the production of enzymes in the body that detoxify cancer-causing substances.
ImmunoCalm, a blend of 80% Broccoli and 20% Radish is our product rich in Sulforaphane because it is rich in both glucoraphanin, (found in cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, and kale) and the enzyme myrosinase. 
In order to have tremendous health effects of consuming any micro-greens, vegetables and in general nutrients, all the precursors of sulforaphane must be present. Keeping the enzyme myrosinase intact during the drying process is the magic that ensures the high levels of sulforaphane that are generated when our product is consumed.
Understanding the contents of Sulforaphane is essential to demonstrating the health benefits.
The following researched benefits of Sulforaphane  by Dr. Biljana Navkovic, PhD and reviewed by Natthan Wannissorn, PhD are listed below and can help give understanding why high levels of Sulforaphane like that in ImmunoCalm can help generate a natural healing process..