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Alfalfa Herb -Benefits, Uses And Side Effects

Scientific name: Medicago sativ

Actions: Astringent, diuretic, nutritive.

Alfalfa is a perennial plant, living from five to twelve years, depending on variety and climate. It is a cool season perennial legume, growing to a height of 1 metre. It resembles clover with clusters of small purple flowers. It also has a deep root system sometimes stretching to 4.5 metres. This makes it very resilient, especially to droughts.

Uses and benefits of alfalfa

  • A great alkalizer of the body.
  • High in chlorophyll and nutrition.
  • High in minerals and trace minerals.
  • A body cleanser.
  • Enhances the endocrine glandular system, especially the adrenal and pituitary glands.
  • Helps eliminate retained water and carbon dioxide.
  • Helps with alcohol, smoking, and narcotic addiction.
  • Helps eliminate toxic chemicals and heavy metals (lead, aluminum, mercury, etc.) from the body.
  • Bonds (chelation) to inorganic minerals for elimination.
  • Infection fighter and acts as a natural deodorizer.
  • Strengthens the body.
  • High in chlorophyll, helps rejuvenate the blood.
  • Pulls mucus (catarrh) out of the tissues.

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