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  • Teresa's Alfalfa!

    Originally posted by BlessedMama 08-30-2012, 06:43 PM

    We all know the great benefits of Teresa's Premium Blended Alfalfa--I've been using it for 5 years and can attest to the skin and hormonal benefits!

    And of course it is anti-inflammatory--and I proved it a few weeks ago!

    About 6 weeks or so ago I stubbed my toe really badly--it was bent and I rammed it into a step--OUCH! I wonder if I jammed it badly or even possibly broke it. Shortly after I made the mistake of selling my last 2 bottles of alfalfa at a clinic, planning to order more Except it was backordered!

    So I went nearly a month without my alfalfa (WAH!) and could REALLY tell when TOM came. I took turmeric for the inflammation in the toe and it helped, but it was tender a loonnngg time.

    Got my alfalfa a few weeks ago and took 2 right away. I'm not kidding about this--WITHIN ONE HOUR the swelling in my toe had went down and the pain decreased by 80%!!!!!!

    I've not been as faithful to take it as I'd like, but usually average 2-3 daily (missing a few days) and my toe is 95% better, and other than the "bump" where it got jammed or broken, there is NO swelling!

    This is POWERFUL STUFF! And you can betcha I won't be selling my last few bottles ever again!

    Thank you, Teresa, for this FANTAPPINISTIC alfalfa!
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    ((¸¸.·´ ..·´ Trisch -:¦:-
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    Blessed Mama of 9 (and 14 in Heaven)
    Master T-Tapp Trainer in Northern Indiana, certified in TWO, MORE, HTF, Senior Fit and LadyBug
    (Thank you, Mom and Dad!)

  • #2
    Just ordered my first bottle- we'll see!


    • #3
      Hi I have Lupus and I read I can't take anything with alfalfa but I do have inflammation and T tapp has helped alot! Does anyone know if this is safe to take..I am taking a tumeric supplement that helps.


      • #4
        Teresa's Alfalfa has no stems or seeds, just the leaves. Here is from the webstore:

        Our Premium Blended Alfalfa is safe for autoimmune diseases such as, Arthritis, Lupus, Fibromyalgia, Hashimoto's, etc.
        The main reason is because our brand does not have any seeds or sprouts.

        I hope that helps!
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        ((¸¸.·´ ..·´ Trisch -:¦:-
        -:¦:- ((¸¸.·´*

        Master T-Tapp Trainer in Indiana, certified in all workouts!

        From a 22W to an 8!


        • #5
          Hi, Trisch, I'm having the Alfalfa now, main change I've noticed is it controls my appetite...someone told me it might calm down appetite because it's got so many nutrients- could be...what effects is it supposed to have on skin? Is it mildly diuretic?


          • ayj67
            ayj67 commented
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            It helps with protein and collagen... Alfalfa has that effect... It is not diuretic per se, it has a lot of potassium and magnesium, it is anti-inflammatory, so when inflammation is done, the electrolyte is balance and our acidity is lower, the excess water retention goes down. Alfalfa is considered a kidney friendly herb.

        • #6
          I haven't been that consistent with Alfalfa lately... However, when I first started almost 7 years ago, I was consistent with my first few bottles of alfalfa, I see dewy skin on my face and thicker skin on my hands within a month. I had old lady hands, thin skin and popping veins, alfalfa reversed that look.

          I don't really have huge hormonal, PMS or menopause symptoms (yet), so I cannot tell you the improvement in that regard.
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