Alfalfahas rich green alternate leaves, purplish flowers and adapts itself to widely varying conditions of soil and climate. The main benefit of alfalfa is as a food supplement. The seeds and sprouts of the plant are an excellent source of beta carotene, vitamins C, D, E, K and several of the B-vitamins. Alfalfa is especially also rich in minerals including iron, phosphorus, calcium, potassium, magnesium and silicon. It also helps the growth of hair to a remarkable extent. Alfalfa juice, as a rich source of chlorophyl, is useful in respiratory disorders and discomforts, particularly those relating to the sinuses and the lungs.
Here are some of the uses: -Cure kidney problems, and relieving fluid retention and swelling. -Cure auto-immune disorder. -Heals arthritis. -Nourishes the digestive, skeletal, glandular and urinary system. -Clean the blood, liver and bowel. -Lowers cholesterol levels. -Prevent strokes. -Heals whooping cough. -Acts as a tonic, stimulant, appetizer and diuretic