Alfalfa is known for its action against cholesterol, bleeding, anemia, and blood clots. It contributes to the building of strong teeth and bones and acts during indigestion and constipation as it has laxative properties, and problems with the kidneys and prostate.
The particularly high content of trace elements gives its diuretic effect. It also has antiseptic properties.
It is used for the natural treatment of urinary tract infections, skin problems as well as burns, ulcers, kidney and bladder, prostate and stomach problems.
In addition to its rich enzyme profile, alfalfa offers a wide range of vitamins and trace elements including provitamin A (B-carotene), B6 (Pyridoxine), vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E (d-alpha-tocopheryl), vitamin K, vitamin P.