Unique Herb that Helps in Building Muscles

alfalfa2Alfalfa, also known as “Medicago Sativa” (leaf), is a powerful herb that is full of proteins, vitamin, and minerals, that will help you build some muscles. Oh yeah, it is also full of antioxidants for quick muscle recovery after working out. I used Alfalfa to help me build some muscle along with other proteins as well. I couldn’t resist not buying it at Walmart, seeing how cheap it was (like $4 for 300 tablets with 650 mg per tablet). It was a done deal. I bought it last year when my journey with herbs began. I didn’t like taking all those muscle supplements filled with chemicals. I wanted to use natural components to help me build muscles. I did my research on Alfalfa and it feels like it worked. It was incorporated with my other proteins like chicken and fish (when I eat). Alfalfa comes in various form such as Capsule, Liquid form, Tablet and Powdered form.

I used 2 or 3 tablets, so I got over a gram every time I used it. Too much of alfalfawhich ever of what you are using is not good, so chill with that. I wanted to have it in powdered form, because I feel like it is better and it is more natural in my mind. The tablet is good enough. I used the Spring Valley Whole Herb Alfalfa with 650 mg. The directions say to use 2 tablets every time you use it, which is 1.3 grams (which is basically what I did). However, just because the direction says, that doesn’t mean it is how much you need to take for you to see results over time.

The other ingredients with it includes Celluose (Plant Origin), Croscarmellose, contains less than or (< 2%) 2% of Calcium Silicate and Vegetable Magnesium Stearate. In my view, it is pretty good and worth it. I felt like, I got some kind of benefits from it. Next time I use it, I will probably buy the Alfalfa powder from Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_2?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=Alfafa+Powder).

Alfalfa also has a lot of other benefits such as:

  • detoxifying the body
  • support the joint and digestive health
  • support women’s health
  • fight inflammation
  • boost the immune system

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My experience with Alfalfa was good; and as you already know, I would try it again. I am all about herbs and natural things. The more natural it is, the better. You all try the herb out and see. I tried the tablet form, but I think the powdered form would be better, so the Amazon link is provided above. So, pick which brand you want and do your own research. Always do your own research when trying to try out something new. Here is a link to start with: http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/southfacts_alf.htm. So you can try it and see yourself. Healthy, muscle and living life

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