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Many people overlook the potential benefits of alfalfa, thinking of it only as an herb or a garnish. However, alfalfa is a rich source of numerous minerals, organic acids and other nutrients that our body can use to its advantage. For the treatment of bursitis, for example, alfalfa can help to speed the healing of the affected area and can reduce inflammation very quickly. Furthermore, the unique blend of minerals in alfalfa can help strengthen the tissues and tendons in those joints, making it more difficult for bursitis symptoms to return. Alfalfa can be easily consumed as a common green in your salads. Protection Status
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