The Alfalfais a leafy plant native to the United States. With a green exterior and an invigorating fresh scent, the Alfafa leaf serves as a mineral-rich addition in many kitchen's uses. It can be used by itself or added to a mix of tea blends. In addition, it can be sprinkled into soups, sauces, and various other dishes for a delightful aroma.
Derived from the Medicago sativa, or alfalfa, this product consists of meticulously harvested and cut leaves that have been sifted to ensure a consistent and uniform texture. Alfalfa, often referred to as the "father of all foods".
The cut and sifted form of alfalfa leaves maintains the herb's characteristic vibrant green color, testifying to its freshness and natural goodness. The leaves are typically cut into smaller, manageable pieces, making them convenient for various culinary applications.