Red Clover Leaf sold by the weighed ounce.
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The flowers possess antispasmodic, estrogenic, and expectorant properties. Chinese medicine has used red clover in teas as an expectorant. Russians recommend the herb for bronchial asthma. Traditionally, the herb has been used in treating breast cancer. Topically, it is used to accelerate wound healing and to treat psoriasis. The plant's medicinal value is found in its red and purple fragrant blossoms, dried for utilization. The benefits of red clover have most been attributed to alleviating a wide range of skin disorders, such as eczema and psoriasis.
Red clover has been used in hormone replacement therapy and arterial compliance, and as a chemoprotective and expectorant. It can also help with cardiovascular health and bone loss associated with osteoporosis. As a tea use 1 to 2 tsp dried flowers or tops steeped in 8oz of hot water for ˝ hour, 2 to 3 times a day. Use in bath teas and potpourri.
Isoflavonoid properties may interfere with hormonal therapies. Do not take red clover with oral contraceptives, estrogen, progesterone compounds, anticoagulants, or aspirin. Do not take during pregnancy, lactation, or in patients with a history of breast cancer. A void large doses. Coumarin activity may be problematic at high doses.