Alfalfa is a natural source of nutrients and fiber. The valuable herb is also known as the "father of all foods" because of the concentration of important, naturally occurring vitamins and minerals.
Eliminate retained water
Relieve urinary and bowel problems
Aids in treating those recovering from narcotic and alcohol addiction
Useful for rebuilding the body after serious or prolonged illness or weakness
Stimulates milk production
Eases morning sickness (by helping to balance the hormones)
For cleansing the blood,
Lower cholesterol levels
Used to treat anemia, gout, arthritis, fatigue, insomnia, kidneys, peptic ulcers, pituitary problems, stimulating the appetite, regulating diabetes, and for building general health. The Chinese have used alfalfa to treat kidney stones for centuries.
Alfalfa sprouts contain more protein than corn and wheat, and is one of the richest sources of vitamins and trace minerals, such as the necessary selenium, being high in vitamins A, D, E, and K.