Ingredients: Alfalfa (Medicago sativa)
Country of origin: South Africa
- No artificial flavours
- No additives
- No preservatives
Directions to use:
Food: 1 tsb alfalfa powder can be added to smoothies, green drinks, soups and stews.
Tea: Add 1 teaspoon of Alfalfa tea in 200 boiling water. Cover & stand for 10-15 minutes. Strain and drink as a regular tea.
Adults and children over 12 years old: Drink 1 cup 2 times a day.
Under 12 years old: Drink 1/2 cup 2 times a day.
Did you know?
Alfalfa is part of the legume family, but is also considered a herb.
What is Alfalfa ?
The alfalfa plant itself also has a long, rich history. We typically think of alfalfa as a plant used for animal feed, but it provides many benefits to humans as well. Alfalfa has a high vitamin content and is sometimes used as a nutritional supplement
1. Reduce Risk of Breast Cancer
2. Minimize Menopause Symptoms and Excessive Menstruation
3. Prevent Osteoporosis
4. Lower Blood Glucose Levels and Treat Diabetes
5. Chock-Full of Antioxidants and Other Anti-Aging Agents
6. Combat Cholesterol
7. Great Supplementary Source of Vitamin C
Risks and Side Effects: While alfalfa is nutritious and provide many health benefits, there are some precautions that come with these seed sprouts.
People that are on blood thinning medication should take caution when consuming Alfalfa, as it is high in vitamin K and can cause blood clots.