Alfalfa is widely known around the world for its high nutritional
value, and people eat it in the form of sprouts with their meals. It is also
grown by farmers as "Lucerne" for the same reason, and makes a great supplement
for their animals.
It is generally known as "The father of herbs" in Arabia. They are probably
well aware of the depth the tap roots grow to, stated as 15 to 20 feet, and even
as far as 60. At this depth massive nutritional uptake is assured. It has
also been said that Alfalfa contains every mineral known to man. It was
traditionally used for their horses as it was believed to make them
In capsules, NSP's Alfalfa is concentrated and of the highest quality.
It is also available in liquid form, made from the plant's juice
(Liquid Chlorophyll). This has a mint flavour added to increase
Common names: Alfalfa, buffalo herb, lucerne, mu-su, purple medic.
See precautions below please.
Alfalfa: aerial parts.
Other ingredients: Gelatin and water capsule.
Properties: Alterative, anti-arthritic, anticarious,anticoagulant, antilipemic,
aperitive, appetite stimulant, bitter, digestive tonic, galactagogue,
Nutrients: Vitamins A, B1, B3
(niacin), B5 (pantothenic acid), B6, B9 (folic acid), B12, C, D, E and K,
biotin, amino acids, chlorophyll, digestive enzymes and protein (25% by
weight), calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, phosphorus,
potassium, zinc, plus many more trace minerals.
Do not take if you have an auto-immune disorder, pernicious anaemia, are
pregnant or on blood thinners or other drugs for the circulation. (large amounts
can thin the blood).
If on any drugs for any problem at all, check first to see if this herb is
If pregnant or lactating seek advice
first. Not recommended during the last month. Can be used after
Use only as necessary.
If symptoms persist please see your health