What is Alfalfa?
Alfalfa is a plant. Its roots go deep down twenty to thirty feet into the ground and brings up the minerals that are not available on the surface.
For this reason, the Arabic word Alfalfa means “father of plants”.
Alfalfa is rich in vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that play a vital role in the strength and growth of our bones and in the maintenance of a healthy body. It contains protein and vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin E, and vitamin K. It also contains calcium, potassium, carotene, iron, and zinc. It can be taken in the form of seeds, leaves or tablets.
Among Benefits of Alfalfa…
- Cures kidney problems.
- Relieves fluid retention and swelling.
- Cures auto-immune disorder.
- Heals arthritis.
- Nourishes the digestive, skeletal, glandular and urinary system.
- Cleanses the blood, liver and bowel.
- Lowers cholesterol levels.
- Prevents strokes.
- Heals whooping cough.
Uses of Alfalfa
HOME REMEDY FOR ARTHRITIS: Since alfalfa is very rich in minerals needed for the formation and strengthening of bones, a tea made from alfalfa (especially from its seeds) has shown beneficial results in the treatment of arthritis.
HOME REMEDY FOR DIABETES: Alfalfa is known to reduce blood sugar levels, and is therefore considered a natural treatment for diabetes.
REMEDY FOR KIDNEY STONES: Vitamins A, C, E and Zinc are proven to help dissolve kidney stones. You can find these vitamins and minerals in Alfalfa powder and Alfalfa sprouts.
NATURAL TREATMENT FOR HAIR LOSS AND BALDING: The juice of alfalfa, in combination with equal amounts of carrot and lettuce juice, taken daily, assists in the growth of hair to an amazing extent. The combination of these juices is rich in elements which are especially helpful for the growth of hair and the prevention of hair loss.
What are the Side Effects of Alfalfa?
Alfalfa is a herbal product. Moderation is the key to avoid adverse reactions. Excessive consumption of alfalfa may cause the breakdown of red blood cells.
Research has found that diets high in canavanine, an amino acid found in alfalfa, can aggravate the disease lupus. However, canavanine is usually only found in the seeds and sprouts of alfalfa but not in mature leaves. Thus, alfalfa tea and capsules made from leaves are not expected to contain canavanine.
Nevertheless, it is recommended that alfalfa be avoided during pregnancy because of its potential canavanine content and hormonally active saponins. If you are pregnant, it is recommended that you avoid regular daily consumption of alfalfa or its supplements.
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