BISJ Alfalfa Seeds

  • Reduce Risk of Breast Cancer
  • Lower Blood Glucose Levels and Treat Diabetes
  • Chock-Full of Antioxidants and Other Anti-Aging Agents
  • Combat Cholesterol
  • Great Supplementary Source of Vitamin C
  • 100% Natural.

115 Rs.

100g (Rs. 160 Rs. 115)

260 Rs.

250g (Rs. 370 Rs. 260)

500 Rs.

500g (Rs. 700 Rs. 500)

900 Rs.

1kg (Rs. 1200 Rs. 900)


BISJ Alfalfa Seeds
Alfalfa, also known as lucerne or Medicago sativa, is a plant.
It was long prized for its superior content of vitamins, minerals and protein, compared to other sources. Alfalfa is a part of the legume family, and it’s also considered to be a medicinal herb.
Its seeds or dried leaves can be taken as a supplement, or the seeds can be sprouted and eaten in the form of alfalfa sprouts.
Nutrient Content of Alfalfa
Alfalfa is typically consumed by humans as an herbal supplement or in the form of alfalfa sprouts.
Because the leaves or seeds are sold as herbal supplements and not foods, there is no standard nutrition information available.
However, they are typically high in vitamin K and also contain many other nutrients, including vitamin C, copper, manganese and folate.
Alfalfa sprouts contain the same nutrients and are also very low in calories.
Alfalfa also has a high content of bioactive plant compounds. They include saponins, coumarins, flavonoids, phytosterols, phytoestrogens and alkaloids.
There is a long list of traditional uses of alfalfa as a medicinal herb.
They include lowering blood pressure, acting as a diuretic, increasing breast milk production, treating arthritis and getting rid of kidney stones.
Unfortunately, most of these proposed health benefits have not yet been researched. However, a few of them have been studied to some extent.
Improved Metabolic Health
One traditional use of alfalfa is as an anti-diabetic agent.
Antioxidant Effects
Alfalfa has a long history of use in Ayurvedic medicine to treat conditions caused by inflammation and oxidative damage.
This is because alfalfa was thought to act as a powerful antioxidant, preventing damage caused by free radicals.
Alfalfa has been shown to help lower cholesterol, and may also have benefits for blood sugar control and relieving symptoms of menopause.

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