Alfalfa Juice

Alfalfa Juice is a Magic mineral to heal the wounds and pain

Alfalfa Plant Description
Alfalfa is a plant that has green stems and branches with plant height of 12 or 18 inches. Alfalfa plants have purple flowers such as clover with clusters at the end of the stem. Alfalfa plants are widely available in nurseries in the United States and serves as crop rotation plant, animal feed, and medicinal herbs.

Alfalfa Plant Nutritional
Various sources say that the nutrient content of alfalfa plants may change depending on soil moisture, fertilizer use, plant age, season, temperature, rainfall, light intensity, time of harvest, etc.

Alfalfa Plant Medical Benefits
- Allergy (sugar that generates acid in the blood can be quickly neutralized by  
  alfalfa plant).
- Coronary Heart Disease (the causes of coronary heart disease is the
  accumulation of plaque on wall of coronary arteries. The Saponin of  alfalfa
  leaves can remove plaque).
- Rheumatic (Alfalfa plant is very nutritious when mixed with salts mineral 
  (calcium, magnesium, and potassium) can improve kidney function actively to
  reduce fluid retention in muscle tissue and joints.

    Alfalfa Juice
    Alfalfa leaf juice is too hard if made without the mixture, then the making of this juice should be mixed with grape juice, banana or carrot to reduce or avoid the possibility of gas coming out of the reaction in the intestine and liver.
    Wash 2 table spoons alfalfa leaves, setting up a mixer with a speed of 1 or 3. Put alfalfa leaves with 1 cup other juices. Turn on the mixer for 15-20 seconds, then turn off. Add another 1-2 cups of juice, and turn on mixer for 30 seconds. You can add cinnamon to taste more delicious.