Also known as alfalfa, Lucerne originates from Asia, belongs to the Fabaceae family and is a perennial flowering plant. It’s commonly known as the “father of all foods”, with the herb being used in traditional Chinese and Indian medicine. The entire plant is edible, and is believed to treat various ailments, such as digestive disorders, jaundice and blood clotting disorders.
Create a herbal tea infusion using lucerne and artichoke that could help regulate cholesterol levels. It can also be eaten as a garnish that may prevent cholesterol absorption in the stomach.
Some herbalists consume lucerne as a tincture to get a source of calcium, potassium, phosphorus, iron, and vitamins A, C, E, and K. It’s believed to also help diabetes, indigestion, and many other conditions.
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