Red Clover Herb

Red Clover Herb Belonging to the legume family, red clover herb or (Trifolium pratense) is a species of clover native to Europe, Western Asia and northwest Africa. It is an herbaceous, short-lived perennial plant with a reddish or purple flower that varies in size and grows approximately 20 to 80 cm ( 8 to 27 inches) tall. Red clover herb and it’s blood purifying action in the body has resulted in it being used traditionally to treat a number of conditions including cancer, cancer of the stomach, whooping cough, respiratory problems, spasms and skin inflammations, such as psoriasis and eczema. …

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Benefits of Red Clover

Benefits of Red Clover By Jean Helmet Red clover, also known as trefoil, is a common flowering plant with a wide range of medicinal uses. Benefits of red clover include detoxification, cough and allergy treatment, blood flow, and relief of menopausal symptoms. Most of the benefits of red clover come from the flowers, which contain isoflavones – estrogen-like substances believed to fight cancer. Red clover can simply be added to food or made into a tea or juice. It is also available as a health supplement in tablet, capsule, or tincture form. However, red clover may not be right for …

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