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The Arabs fed alfalfa to their horses, their most valuable treasure, convinced that it would make them fast and strong. They gave its leaves rich in minerals and nutrients the name al-fac-facah (father of all foods), the Spanish shortened it to alfalfa, and this remained the name of the plant in English.
Although it is known especially as a fodder plant, alfalfa (Medicago sativa) has been successfully used for centuries to treat the human body, in the last 35 years it has also been a favorite food of more and more people.



Properties and documented therapeutic actions

According to research, alfalfa can inactivate carcinogenic chemicals in the liver and small intestine before they can have any negative effect on the body, it lowers cholesterol levels and reduces pain due to arthritis, gout or rheumatism, it has demonstrated antibacterial properties against gram negative bacteria (eg Salmonella typhi) and contains at least one protein with known antitumor activity.

Alfalfa sprouts are recommended as:

(Cardio) Tonic;
Fatigue (muscle stiffness - difficulty in moving a segment);
Detoxifies the blood and kidneys;
Stimulates appetite and relieves morning sickness (general feeling of sickness);
It improves ulcers and diabetes;
Increases vitality (tonic);
Stimulates digestion and alkalizes the body;
It relaxes the nervous system and balances the pituitary gland.

What are the benefits of regular consumption?

In addition to the benefit from the nutritional values, by including alfalfa in our diet, we obtain the following seven health benefits:

It strengthens the immune system
This product stimulates the immune system and optimizes its reaction to viruses and bacteria.

Detoxifies the body
Due to the regulatory properties of the urinary and digestive system, alfalfa is ideal for eliminating toxins from the body. It also helps to treat kidney failure and gastric ulcer.
Prevents anemia
In addition to its nutritional properties, alfalfa not only helps to prevent, but also to fight anemia, thanks to its high iron content.

Improves menopausal symptoms
This is due to the phytoestrogens contained in alfalfa, which generate estrogen levels in the body. Its consumption is also recommended to avoid menstrual cramps.
It reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases
According to a study, a diet that regularly includes alfalfa can help reduce bad cholesterol (LDL).

Improves skin health
Alfalfa is perfect for beautiful and radiant skin due to its high antioxidant content. In addition, it helps fight cellulite.



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