Alfalfa

Packaging- 5g

Medicago Sativa L.

It has been valued for its health properties for centuries. We eat alfalfa mainly in the form of sprouts. It is also often an ingredient in dietary supplements in tablets, powder, and tea. However, most minerals are in the form of young leaves.

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delicate, pleasant

vegetable

family Fabaceae

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Alfalfa (Microgreens)

Alfalfa seeds are fast, easy growers and are delicious and nutritious. Alfalfa sprouts are the cornerstone of sprouting and are rich in vitamins, amino acids, minerals, and protein.

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How to grow alfalfa in Verdeat

one

select a tray

Put the trays on any shelf in your Verdeat, add water and fertilizer ...

two

insert the pods

insert the organic coconut fiber pods into the designated trays. You can use the trays many times.

three

plant the seeds

put one seed into each pod. Use the pods just once.

and

harvest

In 8-12 days you will harvest fresh greens. From one seed expect 5-10 crops. Unused seeds store in a dry place.

GOOD TO KNOW

The whole truth about alfalfa

The word alfalfa in Arabic means father, which is probably related to the strengthening effect of this plant. Its Latin name Herba medica directly points to its healing properties. Its leaves can be eaten raw or cooked. In turn, alfalfa seed sprouts are perfect for salads and as an addition to sandwiches and cottage cheese.

Diet

For liver ailments, digestion, lack of appetite, and sedation

Health

Alfalfa contains a large amount of B vitamins as well as vitamins C, E, and K.

Origin

The native area is North Africa (Algeria, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia), a large part of Asia, and almost all of Europe, but it has also spread to some other areas of Africa (Egypt, South Africa, Azores), Australia, and New Zealand, in Finland, North and South America.

Diet

For liver ailments, digestion, lack of appetite, and sedation

Health

Alfalfa contains a large amount of B vitamins as well as vitamins C, E, and K.

Origin

The native area is North Africa (Algeria, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia), a large part of Asia, and almost all of Europe, but it has also spread to some other areas of Africa (Egypt, South Africa, Azores), Australia, and New Zealand, in Finland, North and South America.

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