1.Respiratory Tonic: Used as an antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory for lung issues, such as asthma, coughs, colds, whooping cough, and bronchitis.
2.Hormone Balancer: Used to support all aspects of the female reproductive system – menstrual symptoms, fertility, and menopause.
3.Nourishing Tonic: High levels of vitamins and minerals including vitamin B complex, vitamin C, calcium, nitrogen, iron, chromium, magnesium, manganese, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, flavinoids, saponins, salicylates, coumarins, resins, and volatile oils.
4.Lymphatic Mover: Special affinity for the glands of the body, which is helpful in relieving blocks in the lymphatic system and supporting overall strong lymphatic flow.
5.Nervine: Offers psychic first aid and can create calm in the midst of hysteria, or to support people whose brains feel overwhelmed by too much work.
6.Natural blood thinner. Do not use alongside other bloodthinning medications or pre surgery.
Red clover is very safe for regular use in most people. , due to its natural coumarins, red clover can have a blood thinning effect, so it should be avoided by hemophiliacs or people with thin blood.
clover (Latin name:Pratense) has a mild sweet taste and cooling and moistening energetics in the body. popular way to use red clover is as a lymphatic mover to boost immune function. 1/2 a dropper of red clover tincture to a tea when you feel like you are fighting something, or have been exposed to lots of germs.
The red flowers offer therapeutic potential, and are full of nutrients including calcium, phosphorus, potassium, niacin, magnesium, thiamine, chromium and vitamin C. Extracts of Red Clover may help to fight infection, suppress appetite, and have expectorant, antispasmodic, and relaxing effects. They are an excellent herb for bacterial infections, and inflamed lungs, and are also found to be beneficial for inflammatory bowel disorders, liver disease, kidney problems and skin disorders. Some studies suggest that the Red Clover isoflavones may slow bone loss and boost bone mineral density in pre-menopause and perimenopausal women.