Alfalfa (Lucerne) is a herbal remedy,vitamins and minerals supplement complex, natural herb ingredient of Alfalfa

alfalfa_lucerne_medicago sativa Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) is a flowering plant in the pea family Fabaceae cultivated as an important forage crop. In the UK, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand, it is also known as lucerne, and as lucerne grass in south Asia. In Hindi, it is known as chara, as in Pashto, and in Gujarati as rajka or gadab. It resembles clover, with clusters of small purple flowers.


Alfalfa is the most cultivated legume in the world. Worldwide production was around 436 million tons in 2006. The Canada is the largest alfalfa producer in the world, but considerable production is found in Argentina (primarily grazed), Australia, South Africa, and the Middle East.


Within the United States, the leading alfalfa growing states are California, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. The upper Midwestern states account for about 50% of US production, the Northeastern states 10%, the Western states 40%, and the Southeastern states almost none. Alfalfa has a wide range of adaptation, and can be grown from very cold northern plains to high mountain valleys, from rich temperate agricultural regions to Mediterranean climates and searing hot deserts.

Traditional uses

In early Chinese medicines, physicians used young alfalfa leaves to treat disorders related to the digestive tract and the kidneys. In Ayurvedic medicine, physicians used the leaves for treating poor digestion. They made a cooling poultice from the seeds for boils. At the time, alfalfa was also believed to be helpful towards people suffering from arthritis and water retention

Alfalfa has been used as an herbal medicine for over 1,500 years. Alfalfa is high in protein, calcium, plus other minerals, vitamins in the B group, vitamin C, vitamin E, and vitamin K.

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