Black soy beans are a different subtype of the same plant species, Glycine max, that is cultivated to produce green soybeans. This plant is grown worldwide, but the black variety is predominantly grown in Asian countries, particularly China and Korea, where the beans are used to produce popular sauces and condiments. Do not be confused between black beans with green kernel and black soy beans (or turtle beans) as these two are different kind of beans.
The isoflavones in the seed coat have been tested for a huge variety of benefits, including cancer treatment, metabolism of fat and weight loss, anti-inflammatory effects, antimicrobial ability, and blood clotting.
Country of Origin: Inner Mongolia