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Red Clover Herb & Flower

  • Red Clover has long been valued for its gentle de-toxifying powers. Chemical, metal, drug toxins. Eczema and other skin rashes. Childhood allergies; nutritional aid.. Anti-cancer aid; tumors. Boils, abcess. Chronic urinary tract infection; neurogenic bladder. Has moistening and anti-spasmodic properties on lungs: whooping cough, croup, dry irritating and/or spasmodic cough, asthma. Constipation from dryness. Has estrogenic properties: PMS, menopausal discomforts (incl. hot flashes); aid in cancer of reproductive organs (binds to receptor sites)
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Red Clover Herb and Flower

Organically Grown - USA, Washington State 

Also Known As  –Trifolium pretense, Purple Clover, Wild Clover

Overview - Red clover is native to Europe, western Asia and northern Africa, although it has naturalized in many parts of the world. It is the state flower of Vermont. This tall three-leaved clover is known for its round pink flower head. This plant is used primarily for feeding livestock in the form of hay or fresh plant in their pasture. In fact, the flowers are edible for people and are sweet to the taste. The herb is in the legume family, and fixes nitrogen into the soil.

Medicinal Uses – Internally, Red clover herbal tea can promote fertility. It is high in absorbable calcium and magnesium, which is relaxing. It is high in trace minerals that are beneficial for the glands and can help balance hormonal function. The herb can stimulate the immune system and is a common ingredient in cancer formulas. It is used to treat coughs and as an expectorant. Clover is showing promise for helping osteoporosis and easing the symptoms of menopause. It is also helping raise levels of HDL, or "good" cholesterol in those at risk for cardiovascular disease. Externally, it can be used for psoriasis or eczema by applying tea or ointment topically.

Other Uses – Red clover florets can be pulled from the flower base and added to salads or used to decorate cakes. The florets are also attractive when added to iced tea.

Herbs to Combine/Supplement - Combine red clover with peppermint to make a tasty herbal tea that promotes fertility.

Parts Used - The leaves and flowers are used to make herbal tea that can be used medicinally.

Cautions - Some people may experience a little gassiness when taking this herb. Those who are on anticoagulants should use caution. It contains coumarin, which may interact with prescription blood thinners and increase their effectiveness. If you are on hormone therapy or have had breast cancer, it is best to avoid due to its estrogen-like qualities.

Suggestions- Red clover is available in many different types of preparations, from teas and tinctures to tablets, capsules and ointment. 

  • For tea, add 1 to 2 teaspoons of dried flowers to 8 ounces of hot water. Let it steep for half an hour. Drink 2 to 3 cups per day.
  • For capsules, take 2 to 6 500 mg capsules per day.
  • For tincture, take 60 to 100 drops three times per day. The tincture may be added to hot water or tea.

Disclaimer - The information presented herein by Mountain Maus’ Remedies is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider.

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