Seek Red Clover to cleanse and nourish your body and mind on a cellular level. Originating from Europe, northern Asia, and Africa, red clover is now shedding its power throughout the world. It's well known to be a blood purifier and having bioidentical estrogen.
Dr. Sebi used this herb in his Lymphalin products which removes calcification in the soft tissue of the body.
Boosts immune system
Psychological health (anxiety, stress, depression)
Aids in reproductive health
Skin, hair, and scalp health
Keeps the arteries clear from plaque
Boosts libido, sex drive, mood, sleep, and energy
Prevents and stops cancer cells from multiplying or growing
Cleanses the bloodstream
Respiratory Health (removes mucous from the whole system)
Detoxes the body
Can be made as tea, capsules, and extracts. Can be rubbed into your skin to alleviate inflammation, skin rashes and irritations. May also be eaten raw and seldom in salads.
The extended use of red clover is cautioned against because it does affect estrogen levels in the body.
If you're currently on blood thinners or have a sensitivity to estrogen, be mindful and speak with your holistic practitioner.
There are women who do take red clover for extended periods of time to control menopausal symptoms without any adverse effects. If you do choose to use red clover for extended use, you should monitor yourself for side effects.
Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding are cautioned against taking red clover.
For educational purposes only. This web site's purpose is to provide you with information that may be useful in attaining optimal health. Nothing in it is meant as a prescription or as medical advice. You should check with your holistic physician before implementing any changes in your exercise or lifestyle habits, especially if you have physical problems or are taking medications of any kind.