ALFALFA
Source:
Flowers, leaves, petals, sprouts. Alfalfa sprouts are a good source since vitamins are present only in fresh, uncooked alfalfa.
Content:
Alpha-carotene, beta-carotene, calcium, chlorophyll, copper, essential amino acids, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, protein, sodium, sulfur, zinc, vitamins A, B-complex, C, D, E, K.
Uses: 
Alkalizes and detoxifies the body. Diuretic, anti-inflammatory, cholesterol reducer, hormonal balancer, antifungal. Enhances the function of the pituitary gland. Helpful for anemia and ulcers, and also disorders related to: bleeding, bones and joints, colon, digestive, skin.

ALOE VERA
Source:
Pulp from insides of succulent leaves.
Content: 
Anthroquinone, glucomannan, magnesium lactate, polysaccharides
Uses: 
Used topically, heals burns and wounds; stimulates cell regeneration; and. Has astringent, emollient, antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral properties. Used internally, soothes stomach irritation, aids in healing, and has laxative properties.

ANISE
Source: 
Seeds.
Content: 
Alpha-pinene, creosol, dianethole, essential oils, proanethole.
Uses: 
Indicated for respiratory infections such as sinusitis. Combats infection and relieves mucus from air passages. Good digestion aid. Helpful during menopause. Increases milk production in nursing mothers.

ASTRAGALUS
Source: 
Roots.
Content: 
Betaine, B-sitosterol, choline, dimethoxyisoflavone, glucoronic acid, kumatakenin, sucrose.
Uses: 

Tonic to the immune, adrenal, and digestive system. Raises stamina and energy to fight fatigue. Stimulates metabolism, produces spontaneous sweating, promotes healing. Good for colds, flu, and immune-deficiency related problems, including AIDS, cancer, tumors as well as chronic lung weakness. If you have a fever, do not use.