Saturday, 4 January 2014
Have You had Your Alfalfa Today? The Father of All Foods
"Alfafa has a Long History of Cultivation.
Alfafa comes from an Arabic Word meaning "Father of all Foods"
Alfafa has a very deep root system - because it goes so deep into the ground, it makes makes more nutrients available for other plants.
Alfafa Leaf is a very good source for chlorophyll and is the commercial source of chlorophyll you see in things like breath mints, mouth wash and kitty littler because chlorophyll is such a powerful detoxifier and natural deodorizing agent.
Alfafa Tea makes a Great Digestive Aid.
Alfafa is very rich in minerals because it's roots goes so deep into the soil. Rich in minerals like calcium, zinc, boron, magnesium, iron, protein, caratien, potassium, phosphorus, sodium, sulfer, silicon, cobalt & more.
Alfafa Flowers, Leaves and Seeds are all edible.
Alfafa Seeds make a Great addition for an enzime rich salad.
Alfafa is great for people with problems for digestion, arthritis, allergies and more.
Alfafa is a member of the Pea and Bean family known for a great source of adding nitrogen into the soil and is very easy to find in grocery stores and health food stores."