Alfafa Part 2:
Chemical and Nutrient Content;
Actions and Uses.
As a Superfood, Alfalfa is a life and energy supporter.
As promised, here is a little more about Alfafa.
Parts to be used:
Flowers, Leaves, Petals and Sprouts.
Chemical and Nutrient Content:
Alpha-Carotene, beta-carotene, B-complex vitamins, calcium, chlorophyll, copper, essential amino acids, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, protein, sodium, sulfur, zinc, Vitamins A,C, D, E, and K.
Actions and Uses:
Alkalizes and detoxifies the body. Acts as a diuretic, eases inflammation, lowers cholesterol, balances, hormones, and promotes pituitary gland function. Also contains an antifungal agent. Good for anemia, bleeding disorders, colon and digestive disorders, skin disorders, and ulcers.
I know this is a lot of technical jargon. But, we are taken it from a health authority, "Prescriptions for Nutritional Healing, Second Edition."
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Getting people to eat anything related to green vegetables is off limits for many people. Alfalfa is one of the most mineral-rich foods known to man and animal. Alfalfa is definitely a superfood containing the almighty chlorophyll.
It even has roots that grow as much as 130 feet into the ground. So imagine the number of nutrients this supplement contains.
Here are some of Alfalfa's nutrients:
What is it good for:
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