• Alfalfa a natural treatment for cancer.

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    Alfalfa a natural treatment for cancer. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24628411/
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    Cytotoxicity and apoptosis induced by alfalfa (Medicago sativa) leaf extracts in sensitive and multidrug-resistant tumor cells - PubMed
    Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) has been used to cure a wide variety of ailments. However, only a few studies have reported its anticancer effects. In this study, extracts were obtained from alfalfa leaves and their cytotoxic effects were assessed on several sensitive and multidrug-resistant tumor cells l …
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  • #Alfalfa is mostly known as feed for livestock, which is why I wasn't surprised to find it growing wild at #WarsingDam in #NorthDakota. It's also super nutritious for us as well and is considered a #SuperFood, because of the high levels of essential nutrients and fiber it provides and it's loaded with powerful #antioxidants.

    Because it's so popular as cow or horse feed, many would never guess it blesses us with these beautiful blooms. Every part of the plant above the ground can be eaten or steeped into a tea and the seeds can be ground and mixed in with flour to heighten the nutritional profile.

    For more information, check out EdibleWildFood.com here,
    https://www.ediblewildfood.com/alfalfa.aspx

    #SoMee #someeoriginals #originalcontent #photography #edibleplants #medicinalplants #PlantUses #FlowerPhotography #myphoto #PlantIdentification #SelfSustainability #NaturalMedicine #FoodAsMedicine #Awesme
    #Alfalfa is mostly known as feed for livestock, which is why I wasn't surprised to find it growing wild at #WarsingDam in #NorthDakota. It's also super nutritious for us as well and is considered a #SuperFood, because of the high levels of essential nutrients and fiber it provides and it's loaded with powerful #antioxidants. Because it's so popular as cow or horse feed, many would never guess it blesses us with these beautiful blooms. Every part of the plant above the ground can be eaten or steeped into a tea and the seeds can be ground and mixed in with flour to heighten the nutritional profile. For more information, check out EdibleWildFood.com here, https://www.ediblewildfood.com/alfalfa.aspx #SoMee #someeoriginals #originalcontent #photography #edibleplants #medicinalplants #PlantUses #FlowerPhotography #myphoto #PlantIdentification #SelfSustainability #NaturalMedicine #FoodAsMedicine #Awesme
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  • About 2 months ago, this horse started coming by for water from the kiddy pool we fill for the dogs. We started feeding him alfalfa lately and just treated him for worms and flie. I guess we unofficially adopted him, and named him "Shea". Those circles you see on his back are the fly repellent that's encircling the wounds, it's working great. He's very tame and seems super happy, plus he's keeping the lawn trimmed and proving manure for the compost pile, it's a win win for everyone haha!

    About 2 months ago, this horse started coming by for water from the kiddy pool we fill for the dogs. We started feeding him alfalfa lately and just treated him for worms and flie. I guess we unofficially adopted him, and named him "Shea". Those circles you see on his back are the fly repellent that's encircling the wounds, it's working great. He's very tame and seems super happy, plus he's keeping the lawn trimmed and proving manure for the compost pile, it's a win win for everyone haha!
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