Cleansing the blood, alleviating allergies, promoting healthy blood clotting, supporting healthy digestion, easing morning sickness, reversing tooth decay and remineralizing teeth, increasing milk supply during nursing, supplementing vitamin K (drinking it in tea during pregnancy helps improve baby’s vitamin K levels at birth), supporting the pituitary gland, relieving all forms of arthritis, easing menopause symptoms (when combined with sage), reduce cholesterol, blood pressure. Its high concentration of alkaloids make it useful in reducing blood sugar levels, blood detoxifier, arthritis or joint problems, digestive complaints, jaundice, and blood clotting disorders, and encourage lactation in nursing mothers.
It also contains essential amino acids that are not made by the body but must be obtained from food sources. Also, it contains the highest chlorophyll content of any plant and is often used to make liquid chlorophyll, which is highly nutritious.
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