Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) is a perennial plant from the Fabaceae family, which is cultivated almost everywhere. The leaves, seeds and sprouted seeds of the plant are used for food and medical purposes.
As food or supplement alfalfa is considered one of the richest in micronutrient foods.
Alfalfa has been used for the treatment and alleviation of the symptoms of kidney diseases and prostate diseases, asthma, diabetes, and gastric problems in the traditional medicine of many nations.
Experiments have shown that the consumption of alfalfa decreases the LDL-cholesterol levels, which is associated with atherosclerosis.
Alfalfa also lowers the blood sugar. It is believed that alfalfa has the potential to regulate the thyroid gland.
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