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Alfalfa Health Benefits

 

What is Alfalfa Herb

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Alfalfa is a plant that was widely cultivated in Ancient Greece. It later later spread to China, Argentina, Australia & New Zealand.

It grows well in hot climate and its roots have the ability to go up to 5 meter deep in the ground.It was initially cultivated as a highly nutritious fodder for animals.
In todays world, it is cultivated worldwide for its medicinal value.For centuries, Alfalfa has been used in Chinese medicine and in Alternative Medicine for treating a wide range of diseases.All its parts, like Leaves, Stem, Flowers, Seeds and Roots are used for different medicinal benefits.

 

Nutrients In The Alfalfa Herb

 

Alfalfa is a rich source of Vitamins, Minerals, Essential Enzymes, Proteins, and even Chlorophyll. Its deep roots are able to bring absorb all the minerals that are not available near the surface.

Alfalfa contains Vitamins like vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin E, and vitamin K.
Various Minerals found in Alfalfa are Calcium, Potassium, Carotene, beta-carotene, Iron, and Zinc.

Alfalfa Health Benefits

Alfalfa Medicinal Benefits

Fights Diabetes.
Lowers bad Cholesterol (LDL).
Heals Arthritis.
Cures Kidney problems.
A natural Medicine for Hair Loss and Skin disorder.
Helps in improving Appetite and Digestion.
Cleans Blood, Liver and Bowel.
Heals Peptic Ulcers.
Prevents various Infections.
Helps in treating Anemia, Cancer, Body Odor , and even Asthma.

Alfalfa Is Not Suitable for

 

Alfalfa is a rich source of Vitamin K, a vitamin that helps in the clotting of blood. So, if you have been advised to take Blood thinners like aspirin, etc. you should not consume Alfalfa.

Over consumption of Alfalfa in animals has lead to miscarriages many a times, so its consumption should be avoided by Pregnant Women.

 

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