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What Red clover Is:

It rarely has four leaves (or leaflets, as botanists call them), but this species of clover nevertheless has always been a lucky charm against malevolence, whether mystical or medical. Red clover, so named for its pinkish or rose-colored flower heads, once warded off witches and other evil forces, as well as a handful of more tangible threats, such as respiratory and skin problems. More modern herbal experts value the plant for its strong concentration of natural estrogens and its potential to thwart cancer. Red clover came from Europe but is naturalized across much of the United States, notably in Vermont, where It's the official state flower.

Rich in compounds known as phytoestrogens, red clover has been used in the treatment of cancer.

Red clover extract, benefits, health, effectsRed clover benefits

Red clover is used to treat skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema. It is

also useful in the treatment ofwhooping cough and bronchitis as it has expectorant and antispasmodic action.

 

 

 
 
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