ALFALFA, SPANISH CLOVER,

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REMEDY OF THE DAY: ALFALFA, SPANISH CLOVER,
CALIFORNIA CLOVER AND LUCERNE.
Anshutz E.P., New Old and forgotten remedies
A leguminous plant cultivated from ancient times used
as forage for stock.
The mind of Alfalfa is clear and bright, good for the
blues which it seems to prent while taking it.
Makes one rejoice to be alive.
All bodily functions seem to be stimulated
Under large doses the provers feel sluggish, drowsy,
dull, stupid, irritable, worse during the evening.
Its head pain in on the left side.Dull, heavy feeling comes
about 2pm and gradually increases till 6pm starts
at the occiput and becomes severe.
Aching in the upper of the eyes,
Eustachian tubes feel closed at night but clear
in the morning.
increased appetite, but diggestion seems to improve.
desire for sweets, has to eat all the time.
abdomen distended with flatus in the intestines,
pain in the line of the colom.
Diarrhea, painless, yellow, accompanied with flatus
Good for people who is usually constipated.
Menstrual period exactly 28 days
Sleep very good, better than usual in the early
part of night.
Beatriz H Hill august2012

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