NutraSabi - Nutraceutical Grade Wasabi Powder
NutraSabi - Nutraceutical Grade Wasabi Powder
100% Real Wasabi Rhizome Powder - 1KG

NutraSabi - Nutraceutical Grade Wasabi Powder

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Real Wasabi, specifically Nutraceutical Grade Real Wasabi Rhizome Powder, is a rare and expensive nutraceutical food/ingredient that is being widely studied worldwide for it's numerous health benefits, including anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.

NutraSabi contains high levels of Sulphur containing molecules called Glucosinolates that are precursors that morph into a suite of Isothiocyanates, compounds that have been shown to have powerful anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, and antibacterial properties.  NutraSabi is also high in antioxidants, which help protect the body against oxidative stress.

Nutraceutical Grade Real Wasabi rhizome powder is a powdered form of real wasabi that has been processed to retain its beneficial properties. It is made by grating the rhizome, which is the stem that grows underground, into a fine powder. Nutraceutical grade real wasabi rhizome powder is considered a premium product due to its high cost and rarity.

Studies have shown that nutraceutical grade real wasabi rhizome powder can help reduce inflammation in the body. In one study, participants who consumed nutraceutical grade real wasabi rhizome powder had a significant decrease in markers of inflammation compared to the control group.

Additionally, nutraceutical grade real wasabi rhizome powder has been shown to have antibacterial properties. In one study, real wasabi extract was shown to inhibit the growth of several types of bacteria, including E. coli and Staphylococcus aureus.



Real Wasabi Rhizome Powder.   Packed 1KG in hermetically sealed foil bag.   

100% Authentic Real Wasabi Rhizome Powder from NOP Certified Organically Grown Wasabi japonica Plants.   This powder is preferred by Nutraceutical Companies and consumers interested in the higher potency of rhizomes as measured by levels of Allyl isothiocyanates