Organic Alfalfa Leaf Tea

USDA Organic Tea
The roots of the alfalfa plant grow hundreds of feet deep, giving it a variety of beneficial vitamins and minerals. Its strong nutrients are ideal for creating a valuable herbal tea.

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Alfalfa Leaf Tea

Steeping Instructions

Fresh water is essential for brewing a proper cup of tea.

  • Use 1 teabag per cup of boiling water.
  • Cover and steep for 4 to 8 minutes
  • Remove tea bag and enjoy!

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In the Know

Alfalfa Leaf has an interesting scientific name: Medicago sativa … and no, sativa has nothing at all to do with cannabis. The Latin word sativa simply translates to “cultivated,” and it’s used to denote various domestically grown crops that start as seeds. Medicago derived from its root Latin word, medica, which the ancient Roman naturalist, Pliny (AD 23-79), named after the Medes people of ancient Iran, where the plant hailed from. Aren’t these cool fun facts?

What Exactly is Alfalfa Leaf?

Alfalfa leaf was introduced to the Americas (eastern) by Spanish colonizers in the 16th century, specifically to feed horses, as they believed the nutritional value far outweighed simple grass. The western United States, however, didn’t see alfalfa seeds until the 1850’s when they were imported to California from Chile. Though here in the U.S. we say alfalfa when ordering its sprouted form for sandwiches and such, in Britain, France, Germany, Australia, and other countries, they’ve used the word lucerne. (Don’t you just love etymology?) These days, with North and South America supplying the world with most of its alfalfa, the word alfalfa is being introduced into other languages.

A drought hardy, perennial legume, alfalfa is now grown throughout the world, mainly to feed cattle. However, humans like to consume alfalfa as well, and not just as sprouts. Those seeking to benefit from alfalfa ingest it in pill form as well infusing it for tea.

Health Benefits of Alfalfa Leaf

  • Nutrient dense: minerals, such as calcium, iron, & magnesium; vitamins B, C, D, K, and E
  • Chlorophyll rich
  • Flushes the urinary system
  • Known to help with blood sugar issues
  • Sweeps clean the liver and blood
  • Enjoys the reputation of being a friendly alkalizing agent

What does Alfalfa Leaf Tea Taste Like?

Subtle loveliness … mild, unoffensive, and an uplifting shade of greenish-gold, Buddha Teas Alfalfa Leaf Tea provides a soothing, benign flavor that encourages the recipient to enjoy multiple cups a day. If you prefer your tea a bit more flavorful, experiment with combining. Ginger is always a good partner, and we also like chamomile and fennel.

How to Brew Alfalfa Leaf Tea

Buddha Teas Alfalfa Leaf Tea needs a good boil, and nice long steep to extract its full flavor and optimum benefits. We like to cover our cups while steeping as well.

Possible Precautions

There does seem to exist some health contraindications for consuming alfalfa, including some hormone related and autoimmune conditions. We suggest that before regularly including Buddha Teas Alfalfa Leaf Tea as part of your health regime that you do some research, and perhaps check with your doctor.

Why choose Buddha Teas?

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What sets us apart from other tea companies? We start with a philosophy of living in harmony with nature, not using it for profit. Buddha Teas uses only fresh, pure organic or sustainably wild harvested ingredients and maintains their natural purity in every tea we sell. We have also created the "Teas for Trees" campaign, planting 5000 trees a year to offset the paper use in our tea bags. Each of our tea bags is bleach-free to eliminate the risk of chemicals, and our boxes are made from 100% recycled material. When you buy Buddha Teas, you'll enjoy the fresh, full flavor of a truly natural tea in every sip.

Learn About Our "Tea For Trees" Campaign

Trees For Us

Buddha Teas is always looking for ways we can give back to our world. Our Tea for Trees campaign is designed to restore one of our most important resources and offset the use of paper in our products. We’ve partnered with the National Forest Foundation’s “Trees for US” program to plant thousands of trees every year. Every box you purchase helps us to support this cause. Read more about it here.

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Review Title: Loving Buddha Alfalfa Tea

Review by Ireneon February 14, 2017
This tea is mild and awesome, and of course I will be purchasing again in the future !
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Review Title: Alfalfa Leaf

Review by Nate Toddon June 26, 2016
Some what of a bland flavor but the health benefits are worth it. Will definitely purchase again.
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Review Title: Great!

Review by Patton June 2, 2016
Ordered 5 Boxes
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Review Title: Endless benefits

Review by Paulaon May 4, 2016
I like alfalfa tea, but I really enjoy its health benefits. Recently, I went for testing, and to my surprise everything was normal. I was using the tea for another health concern which has improved. Its health benefits are endless.
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Review Title: Mild Grassy Flavor

Review by Barbaraon December 28, 2015
I knew this would have a grassy flavor, but overall, it is mild. A little honey helps. I know alfalfa is good for me, so I will continue to drink it.
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Review Title: tastes wonderful

Review by Jenniferon October 19, 2015
This tea tastes so good!! Very mild and smells amazing. Highly recommend.
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Review Title: Alfalfa tea

Review by John on July 8, 2015
Love the taste mild and soothing I always a cup in the afternoon for a natural boost.
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Review Title: Will recommend.

Review by Roberton February 24, 2015
Package arrived quickly, great product, was just as described, will definitely recommend buddha teas to everyone!
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Review Title: Better Than Expected

Review by TkNoelon January 21, 2015
I expected a typical grassy herbal tea like many I've had before, but this one had a surprisingly complex flavor that I actually really enjoyed. It had a somewhat fruity taste and was sweet with just a hint of sour to finish. It was very easy to enjoy and drink regularly.
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Review Title: Alfalfa tea

Review by Karenon November 7, 2014
Love the taste mild not grassy at all.
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