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It is considered a blood tonic and a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed lower cholesterol as much as 25% and further investigation showed an effect on blood pressure and vascular system health.
Providing nutrients and trace elements (trace minerals).
Alfalfa has been grown for over 2,000 years as a nutritious food. The Spanish used it for a variety of health problems. Modern herbalists consider it highly nutritious and used to help rebuild the blood. Alfalfa roots can reach several meters deep, providing the plant with a rich source of nutrients not always found at the ground surface.
The pyridoxine and choline are also present in varying amounts, but that's not all, The Alfalfa contains flavonoids, lipids, chlorophyll, volatile oils, proteins, sugars, starches, organic acids, and saponins alcalides.
Take 2 capsules with a meal three times daily.
Not recommended for people with autoimmune disorders.
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