Alfalafa - the versatile herb
Nutritional and strengthening tablets, including lucerne and magnesium carbonate. The active ingredients are helpful in relieving symptoms of gastric and duodenal ulcers.
Green Care has a wide field of action:
- Prevention of gastric and duodenal ulcers,
- Against the enlargement of the thyroid!
- Strengthens the immune system and vitality
- Used for flatulence, heart burn, loss of appetite, and acidity,
- Restores normal intestinal bacterial flora, has anti-fungal properties
- Recommended for chronic inflammation of the bladder and prostate,
- To prevent excessive bleeding (from the nose and during menstruation),
- Supports the treatment of anemia,
- Increases blood clotting due to vitamin K,
- Provides better sleep,
- Relieves stress, hyperactivity and depression, headaches, anxiety,
- Supports the treatment of diabetes, arthritis, asthma and cancer.
Alfalfa (Medicago sativa), is probably best known as a fodder plant, but it has also been used for a long time in traditional medicine, because it exhibited favorable effects on health. For example, Chinese healers in the 6th century A.D. used alfalfa to mitigate the effects of several ailments. Today, scientific research has shown that alfalfa is indeed a very beneficial plant, so much so that biologist Frank Bouer referred to it as the “great healer”.
Alfalfa leaves are abundant in beta carotene, vitamins B, C, D, E and K, and mineral salts including potassium, iron, calcium and phosphorus. Due to its high chlorophyll content, alfalfa can help support detoxification processes in the body. In addition chlorophyll is an excellent anti-oxidant, helping to protect cells from damage cause by free radicals.
Take 4-8 tablets daily or as directed.
After a 2-3 month period of continuous use of alfalfa month break should be done. People taking medications that reduce blood clotting (called anticoagulants), without consulting your doctor should not use products containing vitamin K.
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