Description: Alfalfa is a perennial plant found on the borders of fields, in low valleys, and widely cultivated. The erect, smooth stem grows from an elongated tap- root to a height of 12 to 18 inches and bears pinnately trifoliate leaves with oblong- obovate or linear-oblong leaflets. The blue or purplish flowers grow in racemes from June to August, producing finally the characteristic spirally coiled seed pods. 

Properties and Uses: Appetizer, diuretic, tonic. Alfalfa tea is commonly used as a beverage, but it can also be used medicinally. Take it every day to improve your appetite, relieve urinary and bowel problems, eliminate retained water, and even help cure peptic ulcers.

  • Alfalfa contains a potent blend of minerals and vitamins including vitamin A (beta carotene), vitamin, C, vitamin K, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, and potassium.

  • Alfalfa is made up of 25% protein and is one of the best sources of natural protein.

  • Alfalfa may reduce cholesterol and blood sugar.

  • Alfalfa may reduce arthritis and bursitis pain and stiffness.

  • Alfalfa may improve your liver function.

  • Alfalfa may relieve menopausal effects.

  • Alfalfa may aid digestion.

  • Alfalfa strengthens the immune system.

  • Alfalfa is a natural detoxifier.

  • Alfalfa increases energy levels and reduces fatigue.

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