In Nature, Red Clover pulls nitrogen out of the air and fixes it into the soil. Similarly, in the body Red Clover is used to pull out and eliminate nitrogen-based toxins. Red Clover has been used successfully in treating cancer patients for breast and prostate cancer, both internally and externally. Highly nutritious, it increases breastmilk production and is an excellent overall nutritive support tonic, improving health as it makes small but steady changes in the body through actions of cleansing, supporting and nourishing. Red clover contains isoflavones, which are a plant compound that can weakly mimic estrogen in the body. Improves bone density, some research has shown a connection between isoflavone intake and a decrease in osteoporosis risk. Red clover has also shown noted improvements in other menopausal symptoms, such as anxiety, depression, and vaginal dryness. A study in which 30 men showed a 13% increase in the hair growth cycle (anagen) and a 29% decrease in the hair loss cycle (telogen) when a 5% red clover extract was applied to the scalp for 4 months, compared with the placebo group.
Trifolium praetense and undenatured food grade ethanol.
Glycerin tinctures available on request.
Removal of nitrogen-based toxins
Shown to be beneficial as an Anti-cancer treatment
Highly Nutritive tonic for many systems
Relieves uncomfortable menopausal symptoms
Improves hair and skin texture and appearance
Increases HDL cholesterol and a decreases LDL cholesterol
Arthritis (internally and topically)
Psoriasis and eczema
Oil, salve, cream, lotion, or balm can be applied to the skin for hair loss in men
Preserves youthful skin texture and reduces wrinkles before they form
Speeds up healing for minor wounds like razor cuts and minor scrapes
Heals psoriasis and eczema
The Mother’s Herb – an affinity for Women
Drives away negative energies
Used for frazzled parents to gain peace and groundedness
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