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Eclectic Institute, Broccoli Sprouts, 270 mg, 150 Veggie Caps

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  • Expiration Date: Sep 2019
  • Shipping Weight: 0.26 lbs (0.12 kg)
  • Product Code: ECL-30167
  • UPC Code: 023363301676
  • Package Quantity: 150 Veggie Caps
  • Dimensions: 4.5 x 2.4 x 2.4 in, 0.2 lbs (0.09 kg)
Product Overview


  • Since 1982
  • RAW Fresh Freeze-Dried
  • Dietary Supplement
  • Non-GMO Veg Caps
  • 100% Kosher
  • Non-GMO
  • Grain/Soy/Dairy-Free
  • US Grown
  • Raw, Vegan
  • Whole Herb
  • No Fillers

Concentrated 16 X by Freeze-Drying

Freeze-drying keeps the plants' nutrients in the same balance as found in nature by gently removing only the water. From farm to bottle, we use naturopathic wisdom and innovative processes to create exceptional products. We organically grow or sustainably wildcraft herbs that are harvested at peak potency, and then freeze-dried in-house. The closest thing to an herb picked fresh from your garden in the convenience of a capsule. Nothing added and no extracts - simply whole herbs.

Suggested Use

2 capsules, up to 3 times per day.

Other Ingredients

Hypromellose (capsule).


Keep out of reach of children.

Consult your health care advisor regarding the use of herbs during pregnancy, with infants or with prescription drugs. Discontinue use if unusual symptoms occur.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Capsules
Servings per container: 75
  Amount per serving % Daily Value
Organic Freeze-dried Broccoli sprouts (Brassica oleracea) 540 mg *
*Daily value not established
iHerb Customer Reviews

Not sure yet

Posted by 4899808732777192037 on Feb 19, 2016

Will wait and see what happens.

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Superfood, potent.

Posted by Kareny on May 06, 2015

Superfood, of course. These are very potent and worth the money. Small easy to swallow capsules. Perhaps you have done some research about your health and been led here. The evidence in broccoli sprouts is real not brand hyped so If you have a condition where these may benefit or simply want to maintain health then I highly recommend!

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Posted by MarieMR on Jul 04, 2014

NOT FOR ME! I LIKE THIS BRAND IN POWDERS BUT MADE ME NAUSEOUS. GAVE THEM TO MY MUM SHE WAS OK WITH THEM. Iherb has wonderful quality products for a good price. iherb service and delivery times are great! Thanks!

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Eyes shining!

Posted by OssieA on Jan 05, 2014

I have been using this product for about 3 months and my murky green eyes have now become crystal clear with the outside part of my iris now a blue and the inner colour now a light green. I put it down to this product! I am so impressed with Broccoli Sprouts from the Eclectic Institute. So, if my eyes have become so clear, it surely is doing the rest of me good. Could not recommend this product highly enough!!

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better product than Jarrow BroccoMax et al

Posted by MatthewAU on Jan 03, 2014

There was a study performed using Jarrow's BroccoMax product evaluating whether Broccoli supplements achieve plasma and urine levels of Sulforaphane, the supposedly beneficial compound in cruciferous veges. The study concluded that BroccoMax is useless. The study which identified that the ingredient in BroccoMax is useless was reported in ScienceDaily on Jan 31, 2011. The following paragraph cystalises the crux of the issue: "Broccoli, prepared correctly, is an extremely potent cancer-fighting agent -- three to five servings a week are enough to have an effect. To get broccoli's benefits, though, the enzyme myrosinase has to be present; if it's not there, sulforaphane, broccoli's cancer-preventive and anti-inflammatory component, doesn't form," said Elizabeth Jeffery, a U of I professor of nutrition." The BroccoMax label advertises "Sulforaphane", but not "Myrosinase" which accoring to the science is crucial to "Sulforaphane" activity. But what do I know, since I'm just a dumb consumer. So I wrote to Jarrow asking about the Myrosinase content in BroccoMax. No reply. I wrote again. No reply. So I sent another email from another email address about a different subject. They replied same day. So I sent the original email questioning Myrosinase from the other email address they had just replied to. No reply. Obviously nothing was wrong with my original email address. This continued for 5 emails. They did not reply to one of them. So I called them. Put on hold. After hold was told that someone would call me back. No return call (of course). Do you ever wonder if supplments are just something devised by supplement companies as a means of making money, and in fact 99% are completely worthless junk which have no real benefit? After all, isn't this the pillar of Capitalism?.. peddling worthless junk which has no real use or benefit at absorbitant prices to gullible feeble human beings who have an innate compulsion to 'live in hope'? So, no more purchasing Jarrow products. **I did further product research and found that iHerb now stock an Eclectic Institute Whole Broccoli Sprouts product. All the research indicates that Sprouts are always more nutritionally dense than the whole plant. In terms of "gut feel", active compounds in isolation just don't sit right. Nutrition and health is about balance. Just consider all the adverse press concerning Alpha Tocopherol Vitamin E in isolation which was all the rage as a supplement throughout the 90's and 00's, though which is now considered to do more harm than good, due to displacing Gamma Tocopherol. Therefore I like the Eclectic product because it is a concentrated "Whole Food", which will inherently contain all the co-factor compounds naturally present. I wrote to Eclectic about the possibility of destroying the Myrosinase content in the course of their production process. Their reply: "According to scientific evaluations of broccoli constituents, myrosinase does not seem to break down until it reaches temperatures of 60 degrees Celsius; our freeze-dry process does not expose the broccoli sprouts to temperatures anywhere near as high as 60C."

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