Alfalfa Herb

Alfalfa Herb

Medicago sativa

SKU Unit Size
25011 50 g
25012 100 g
25013 200 g
25015 2 kg
25016 5 kg
25017 11.3 kg
  • Description

    Alfalfa is a perennial plant considered to be one of the most mineral-rich foods. Often called a superfood, Alfalfa is abundant in vitamins and chlorophyll. A member of the Pea family Fabaceae, it is often used for feeding animals due to its high nutritional value. This deeply rooting nitrogen-fixing herb can resemble clover with its trifoliate leaves. The violet flowers produce spiraling seed pods.

    Currently, there are 200-300,000 acres of Alfalfa planted in Egypt, and acreage is rising each year.

    Did you know that Egypt has a rich diversity of bees? There are at least 36 species of bees that forage on Alfalfa and Clover.

    Alfalfa has an important role in farming as a forage crop. Growing has been increased after the expansion in the cultivation of the reclaimed desert in Egypt.

    Westpoint’s Alfalfa Herb has a light green colour, with a leafy, slightly sweet aroma and bitter, somewhat sweet taste. It is commonly consumed as a tea and combines well with other herbs, especially mint, and nettle.

  • Directions

    For making Alfalfa Tea, use 1 teaspoon with 2 cups of hot water. Steep for 10 minutes.

SKU Unit Size
25011 50 g
25012 100 g
25013 200 g
25015 2 kg
25016 5 kg
25017 11.3 kg
  • Description

  • Directions

  • Alfalfa is a perennial plant considered to be one of the most mineral-rich foods. Often called a superfood, Alfalfa is abundant in vitamins and chlorophyll. A member of the Pea family Fabaceae, it is often used for feeding animals due to its high nutritional value. This deeply rooting nitrogen-fixing herb can resemble clover with its trifoliate leaves. The violet flowers produce spiraling seed pods.

    Currently, there are 200-300,000 acres of Alfalfa planted in Egypt, and acreage is rising each year.

    Did you know that Egypt has a rich diversity of bees? There are at least 36 species of bees that forage on Alfalfa and Clover.

    Alfalfa has an important role in farming as a forage crop. Growing has been increased after the expansion in the cultivation of the reclaimed desert in Egypt.

    Westpoint’s Alfalfa Herb has a light green colour, with a leafy, slightly sweet aroma and bitter, somewhat sweet taste. It is commonly consumed as a tea and combines well with other herbs, especially mint, and nettle.

  • For making Alfalfa Tea, use 1 teaspoon with 2 cups of hot water. Steep for 10 minutes.