Medicago sativa

Alfalfa has been cultivated for animal fodder for centuries, became popular as a folk remedy in the Middle Ages and is currently enjoying popularity in the health food industry as a general health tonic. It has been used to treat diabetes, menopause symptoms, arthritis and high cholesterol.

Alfalfa is highly nutritious and makes a soothing tea great for soothing stressful situations and calming nerve pain.

Ground into a powder, alfalfa can be used as a flour additive for baked goods and pancakes.

Sprouted alfalfa seeds are wonderful additions to salads. Tasty with a nutty texture, they are rich in vitamins and low in calories.

It can also be taken in tablet form or as a liquid extract.

Alfalfa is has been credited with increasing lactation. Alfalfa should not be taken with prednisone or any blood thinning drugs.

The sprouts should be avoided by those suffering from auto immune disorders.

Alfalfa can be carried or added to a mojo bag or spell combination to increase luck and draw money. Keep it in the home to prevent poverty.

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Alfalfa is high in protein and fiber. It contains B vitamins, beta carotene and vitamins C, E and K.

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Gender: Masculine

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