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Alfalfa is Nature's Formula for Joint Pain and Arthritis

 Alfalfa

Alfalfa (Medicago sativa), also called lucerne or purple medic, perennial, clover like, leguminous plant of the pea family (Fabaceae), is known for its tolerance of drought, heat, and cold.

 

Moreover, it is also known for the remarkable productivity and quality of its herbage and for its value in soil improvement. It is widely primarily grown for pasturage and silage. The alfalfa plant can grow to 30–90 cm (one to three feet) tall and arises from a much-branched crown that is partially embedded in the surface layer of soil.As the alfalfa plant develops, many stems bearing trifoliolate leaves (compound leaves with three leaflets) grow from the crown buds.  Alfalfa is a plant which sends its roots down 20 to 30 feet below the ground and brings up the minerals that are normally unavailable on the surface. Because of this, the Arabic word alfalfa means "father of plants".

As the alfalfa plant develops, many stems bearing trifoliolate leaves (compound leaves with three leaflets) grow from the crown buds.  Alfalfa is a plant which sends its roots down 20 to 30 feet below the ground and brings up the minerals that are normally unavailable on the surface. Because of this, the Arabic word alfalfa means "father of plants".

 

One of the Best Herbal Remedies on the Market for Pain

 

Alfalfa is one of the best herbal remedies on the market for joint pain, back pain relief, and inflammatory arthritis because it contains many minerals, vitamins, and other nutrients that play a crucial role in the strength and growth of our bones and in the maintenance of a healthy body. Alfalfa contains protein as well as vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin E, and vitamin K. It also contains carotene, calcium, potassium, zinc, and iron. It can be taken in the form of leaves, tablets, or seeds.

 

There is clinical evidence that alfalfa helps to lower cholesterol as well as help to improve the cholesterol panel (LDL vs. HDL). In several studies, the supplementation of alfalfa help to reduce blood cholesterol levels, particularly for individuals with a specific kind of high cholesterol known as type II hyperlipoproteinemia. It appears that the fibers and chemicals in alfalfa stick to cholesterol so that it doesn't stay in the blood, so it can't be deposited on blood vessel walls. What is even more exciting is that it seems to lower bad cholesterol (LDL) while leaving good cholesterol (HDL) alone.

 

The alfalfa plant, along with many other ancient herbs, has a list of health benefits that are nearly unlimited.  Not only is it a natural pain relief, but from past experiences, it has been found that regular ingestion of alfalfa can aid in flushing the bowels of built-up toxins. In addition, the alfalfa herb has been used widely for diuretic purposes.

 

This is especially common among people who have been experiencing things like heavy water retention or urinary tract infections.Using a natural herb as a laxative or diuretic is much more beneficial than using an over-the-counter remedy because there aren't any added man-made chemicals or compounds that could further irritate the situation.


Alfalfa is also very good at detoxifying and better purifying the blood. As a result, regular consumption of alfalfa can lower blood pressure and help balance hormones. Over all, the alfalfa plant has beneficial healing properties against bad breath, sore or achy joints, imbalanced skin conditions, and it even increases immune system functionality.

 

When consumed regularly, it acts as an alternative to over-the-counter pain medicines for headaches or migraines because of its high magnesium and calcium levels. The chlorophyll in alfalfa develops an effective barrier against bacterial invasion by its stimulation effect on the growth of connective tissue and granulation tissue.

 

Alfalfa is one of the best herbal remedies on the market for joint pain, back pain relief, and inflammatory arthritis because it contains many minerals, vitamins, and other nutrients that play a crucial role in the strength and growth of our bones and in the maintenance of a healthy body. Alfalfa contains protein as well as vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin E, and vitamin K. It also contains carotene, calcium, potassium, zinc, and iron. It can be taken in the form of leaves, tablets, or seeds.

 

There is clinical evidence that alfalfa helps to lower cholesterol as well as help to improve the cholesterol panel (LDL vs. HDL). In several studies, the supplementation of alfalfa helps to reduce blood cholesterol levels, particularly for individuals with a specific kind of high cholesterol known as type II hyperlipoproteinemia. It appears that the fibers and chemicals in alfalfa stick to cholesterol so that it doesn't stay in the blood, so it can't be deposited on blood vessel walls.

 

What is even more exciting is that it seems to lower bad cholesterol (LDL) while leaving good cholesterol (HDL) alone. The alfalfa plant, along with many other ancient herbs, has a list of health benefits that are nearly unlimited.  Not only is it a natural pain relief, but from past experiences, it has been found that regular ingestion of alfalfa can aid in flushing the bowels of built-up toxins. In addition, the alfalfa herb has been used widely for diuretic purposes. This is especially common among people who had been experiencing things like heavy water retention or urinary tract infections.
 
Using a natural herb as a laxative or diuretic is much more beneficial than using an over the counter remedy because there aren't any added man-made chemicals or compounds that could further irritate the situation.
  Alfalfa is also very good at detoxifying and better purifying the blood. As a result, regular consumption of alfalfa can lower blood pressure and help balance hormones. Over all, the alfalfa plant has beneficial healing properties against bad breath, sore or achy joints, imbalanced skin conditions, and it even increases immune system functionality

 

When consumed regularly, it acts as an alternative to over-the-counter pain medicines for headaches or migraines because of its high magnesium and calcium levels. The chlorophyll in alfalfa develops an effective barrier against bacterial invasion by its stimulating effect on the growth of connective tissue and granulation tissue.

Alfalfa contains 8 essential enzymes that help

enable foods to be assimilated in your body:

 

Lipase              – fat splitting 

Amylase        – acts on starches 

Coagulase    – coagulates or clots blood

Emulsin         – acts upon sugar

Invertase       – converts cane sugar to  dextrose

Peroxidate    – oxidizing effect of the blood

Pectinase      – forms vegetable

Protase          – digests proteins

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