Alfa alfa top herbal tea 500 grams
Alpha alpha herbal tea
Properties and benefits of the alpha alpha herb
Modest alfalfa is a plant that is revealed to us as an exceptional ally of our health and, thanks to its broad spectrum of virtues, it can be a dietary support to explore to facilitate the treatment of a wide range of diseases and discomforts and as a nutritional contribution in general.To this end, alfalfa sprouts and seeds are consumed.
Alfalfa leaves, fresh or dehydrated, are used for medicinal purposes.
Therefore, anti-anemic, haemostatic, anti-haemorrhagic, anti-inflammatory, vitamin, remineralizing, diuretic, restorative, hemenagogic, galactogenic, digestive and slightly lipid properties are attributed.
Therefore, the various benefits of alfalfa indicate this in the following cases:
Iron deficiency anemia, when the body does not have enough healthy red blood cells. The contribution of iron and other minerals provided by the intake of easily assimilated alfalfa helps to produce new red blood cells, which helps to resist anemia. It is also aimed at relieving the deficiency of vitamins and minerals, in states of weakness, fatigue, stress and also of heavy periods and persistence of various bleeding.
Vitamin K, present in alfalfa, gives it a great anti-haemorrhagic and hemostatic capacity. It is a good help for treating nasal, capillary, gastric and uterine bleeding, as well as for applying on bruises caused by a blow or bruise.
It is also useful for relieving bleeding in hemorrhoids and varicose veins, in this case in long-term treatments and in combination with herbs better equipped for this purpose.
Alfalfa is considered a good ally for women's health. It is recommended as a support during menopause. And it can act as a natural replacement for hormones due to the estrogenic effect conferred by molecules found in alfalfa such as coumestrol or isoflavones.
It helps relieve some of the symptoms of this period, such as hot flashes, night sweats, weakness, migraines, and chronic fatigue. There are several published studies on these uses, such as "Phytogenes for relieving vasomotor symptoms of menopause".
This plant acts as a powerful diuretic, which added to its anti-inflammatory activity makes it a good resource for treating certain urinary conditions, such as inflammation of the bladder or cystitis, inflammation of the kidney or nephritis, inflammation of the prostate duct or prostatitis and to prevent the formation of kidney stones.
It can be used as a natural and restorative tonic, useful in states of convalescence, reluctance and general weakness.
It has a cleansing and detoxifying effect and in combination with other plants that intensify its action it can be effective in promoting the disappearance of impurities in the skin, such as juvenile acne, eczema and boils, in long-term treatments.
Alfalfa helps improve digestion, metabolize fats and carbohydrates better, help fight gastric inflammation and heaviness in the stomach.
A slight lipid-lowering effect is attributed.
Studies have been conducted in this regard, with inconclusive results. It could be useful for lowering LDL cholesterol levels in the blood, in combination with an adequate diet.
Coumarins could provide alfalfa with some anticoagulant activity, which would help prevent clot formation in the arteries and avert the possibility of a thrombus.
However, there does not seem to be any clear studies on this to support this hypothesis.
Thanks to its great wealth of minerals, such as iron, phosphorus, potassium and calcium, it is attributed the ability to strengthen bone mass and, on a preventive level, to be useful for preventing fractures in the elderly and for the treatment of osteoporosis.
Thanks to its richness in vitamin C and flavonoids, it can help strengthen the immune system and increase our ability to resist respiratory conditions, such as asthma attacks, flu conditions and various allergies.
Due to its richness in minerals such as silicon and iron and vitamins A, B and C, taking alfalfa can help strengthen hair, nails and skin. It has been recommended as a support to prevent hair loss.
As with other plants of the legume family, alfalfa was also shown to promote the production of breast milk in nursing mothers.
It should be clarified that this is a traditional use and without scientific support and, due to the presence of alkaloids, it has been strongly discouraged in pregnant women and newborns.
Contents: 500 grams of alpha alpha alfalfa first choice
- Stock: In Stock
- Brand: erbologica amazonas andes
- Model: alf-500
- SKU: alf-500
- EAN: 7438644166470
- MPN: 7438644166470