Alfalfahas roots that reach hundreds of feet into the ground and has one of the highest mineral profiles of any land plant. Its root nodules contain bacteria with the ability to fix nitrogen, producing a high-protein feed regardless of available nitrogen in the soil. Because it is so dense in nutrition it is cultivated throughout the world, known as, "lucerne" in the UK, France, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa.*
Alfalfa leaf is sometimes used to support healthy lactation in women, due to its high nutritional profile;
Helps to optimize female hormonal balance;
Contains weak acting phytoestrogens (plant estrogens), which are useful in either hypo or hyper-estrogenic states;
May help maintain healthy cholesterol levels;
Additionally the rich mineral content could promote the healthy growth of hair, skin and nail tissue, while also providing a source of antioxidants.*
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