It is a simple powerhouse herb that is high
in many nutrients to help maintain wellbeing


Alfalfa is a part of the legume family, but it is also considered to be a herb. It seems to have originally come from South and Central Asia, but it has since been grown around the world for centuries. In addition to being used as feed, it also has a long history of use as a medicinal herb for humans. Its seeds or dried leaves can be taken as a supplement, or the seeds can be sprouted and eaten in the form of alfalfa sprouts.

Alfalfa has a lot of great nutrition in it that can help benefit the human body; they are typically high in vitamin K, C, Copper, manganese, Folate, riboflavin, and iron. Alfalfa also has a high content of bioactive plant compounds.

It has been shown to decrease cholesterol levels in both animal and human studies. In addition, it may also have great benefits for blood sugar control and relieving symptoms of menopause. This is probably because it contains plant compounds called saponins.

ALFALFA Benefits

  • May Help Lower Cholesterol
  • Improved Metabolic Health
  • Relieving Menopause Symptoms
  • Antioxidant Effects