Ingredients: 100% ground alfalfa
Recommended Intake: 1-2 teaspoons daily mixed into vegetable juice or water.
Alfalfa contains numerous substances which have a beneficial effect on our body. For example, it contains saponin which helps to sweep out the arteries. It is due to this effect that its consumption contributes to healing various cardiovascular diseases.
Alfalfa: A flowering plant in the pea family, it is cultivated as an important forage crop. It is known as lucerne in the UK, France, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand, and known as lucerne grass in south Asia. It superficially resembles clover, with clusters of small purple flowers.
Rich in chlorophyll, it contains every substance necessary for ensuring good health in animals and humans alike. It’s high chlorophyll content plays an important role in blood formation, maintenance of the nervous system, and increased stress endurance. Its regular consumption helps to strengthen bones and teeth. Another special substance within alfalfa is L-succinic acid, which the body is only capable of producing on its own for up to a certain age; this substance ensures the elasticity of the connective tissue.
Alfalfa is an excellent source of fiber, which can assist in eliminating regular constipation problems. For pregnant woman, it ensures optimum amounts of calcium and minerals.
Alfalfa’s organic content of calcium during adolescence can help in developing bones and connective tissue, which may help in avoiding bone disorders. Consumption of organic calcium is also vital for women undergoing menopause. Alfalfa grown in areas rich in iodine is better capable of recruiting organically bound iodine; iodine fascilitates in the development of learning skills, memory, and may enhance mental performance. The high chlorophyll content of alfalfa has an important role in blood formation, maintenance of the nervous system, and increased stress tolerance. It is also rich in protein and amino acids.
The presence of copper within alfalfa provides for anti-inflammatory effects in the cases of rheumatism and joint problems. Alfalfa is also a highly alkalizing food which is suitable for the counteracting of the body’s acidity, as well as for the binding of excess stomach acid. It’s extraordinary chlorphyll content is also responsible for it’s ability to successfully help in the healing of respiratory problems. One of the main causes of coronary heart disease is the buildup of cholesterol in blood vessels near the heart and within the heart arteries. Alfalfa contains numerous substances, such as saponin which help to sweep clean the arteries, thus having a positive effect on the cholesterol deposits near and within the heart. It is thanks to these characteristics that alfalfa may be said to help in the healing of circulatory and heart problems. Furthermore, it is also capable of reducing high blood pressure, as while as raising low blood pressure. It’s high level of iron assists in the elimination of fatigue and helps the body in blood production. Alfalfa’s high calcium content fascilitates strong teeth and bones, and this mineral content is also known to help strengthen the heart muscle. It is also a very good apetite producer as it contains the acids necessary for digestion, thus improving digestion within the stomach.
The fresh spring shoots of alfalfa are reaped before the blossom. They are then gently let to dry at body temperature, and are ground only before packaging.
Pure nature - Contains 100% natural ingredients, free from additives, coloring, or additional flavoring.
Recommended consumption: For all age groups, men and women alike, especially those suffering from diabetes and ulcers, and those undergoing excess mental and/or physical stress. May be consumed regularly without need for a break.
Health supplements do not substitute a healthy, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle and/or professional medical treatment. Do not consume more than the recommended daily intake!