Centuries ago, the Arabs used nutrient-rich alfalfa as feed for their horses, because they claimed that it made the animals swift and strong. They eventually became so convinced of its benefits to their own health that they named the grass Al-Fal-Fa, which means Father of Foods.Read FAQ's
Serving Size: 1 Rounded Tablespoon (10g)
Suggested Use: Alfalfa powder can be taken blended into vegetable juices, used in baking, or in vegetarian dishes. Add 1 rounded tablespoon of alfalfa powder to 12 ounces of your favorite juice and stir vigorously or use blender. Tomato or carrot juice is suggested. You may also add this to fruit smoothie blender drinks to increase the nutritional content.
Disclaimers: Not a significant source of saturated fat, cholesterol and sugars. This product sold by weight not volume.
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