Disease Information for Alfalfa herbal/intake

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Disease Mechanism & Classification
Drugs
DRUG-Herbal Anti-Inflammatory claims
DRUG-Herbal Improves fat metabolism/HDL claims
DRUG-Herbal Kidney health claims
DRUG-Herbal Menstrual/hormonal balance claims
DRUG-Herbal Mild Laxative/softener claim
DRUG-Supplement Group (example)
DRUG-Herbal group (example)
Synonyms
Synonym
alfalfa, Herbal medicine, Herbal medicine (product), Herbal medicine (substance), Herbs Medicinal, lucerne, Medicago sativa, Medicago sativa alfalfa leaf, Medicago sativa (organism), medicago sativa alfalfa leaf, Medicago sativa subsp sativa, Medicinal Herbs, Herbal brand Menopause formula mix (Pure Inc), Herbal name Medicago sativa, Herbal name Muxu, Herbal name Zimi, Herbal synonym Lucerne, Herbal synonym Male fern
Treatment
Drug Therapy - Indication
DRUG-Herbal Anti-Arthritis/rheumatism claims.
DRUG-Herbal Anti-Dental cavities/plaque claims
DRUG-Herbal Bone health/osteoporosis claims
DRUG-Herbal Diuretic effect claim
DRUG-Herbal Helps Bladder infection claims
DRUG-Herbal Helps Carpal tunnel syndrome/claims
DRUG-Herbal Helps Chronic fatigue/Adult mono claims
DRUG-Herbal Helps Kidney/bladder stone claims
DRUG-Herbal Helps Menopause/Hot flashes claims
DRUG-Herbal Helps Osteoarthritis claims
DRUG-Herbal Lowers blood pressure claims
DRUG-Herbal Lowers cholesterol claims
DRUG-Herbal Prevents arteriosclerosis claims
DRUG-Herbal Prostate/congestion/BPH claims
Drug Dosage
DRUG-Herbal Contains L-Canavanine (SLE problems)
DRUG-Herbal Contains Phytoestrogens
DRUG-Herbal Contains Vitamin B6/Pyridoxine:
DRUG-Herbal High silica content (ex):
DRUG-Herbal Leaves most active portion
DRUG-Herbal May worsen hay fever
DRUG-Herbal May worsen lupus erythematosis
DRUG-Herbal Rated generally safe
DRUG-Herbal Tops/most useful active
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