Tests over a period of years revealed that in addition to enzymes, the plant contains important chlorophyll, vitamins and minerals, all of which stimulate the appetite. The enzymes are sufficiently present to help in the digestion of all four classes of foods–proteins, fats, starches and sugars. One of the important vitamins present in the food is Vitamin U, which is also present in raw cabbage and which has been used to help peptic ulcers. This discovery of Vitamin U confirms the Chinese herbalists’ use of the herb to help ulcers.
Alfalfa is especially rich in iron, calcium and phosphorus, all necessary for strong, healthy teeth. The high Vitamin K content of the herb helps to clot the blood properly and help stop hemorrhages. For this reason–among lots of good reasons–it is recommended that pregnant women take the tea daily. In addition to the blood doffing properties of Vitamin k. It is important that in the plant kingdom, only Alfalfa contains a significant amount of Vitamin K; most plants are quite deficient in the vitamin. The high Vitamin A content in the plant is excellent to help with infection.
Directions: As a dietary supplement take 2 capsules before each meal with 12 oz of water or as prescribed by your health care professional.
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