Red clover - Trifolium pratense 50 g

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Red clover (Trifolium pratense), is a wild plant, very popular on our continent. It is often perceived as just a weed, but completely wrongly. This plant contains many valuable compounds and red clover extract has been used for a long time as an ingredient in preparations for women during menopause.

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Red clover occurrence

Red clover belongs to pea plants and is very common throughout Sweden in meadows and fens. The plant is grown as fodder for cattle and horses as the entire herb is edible.

Nutritional content of red clover

The plant contains, among other things: flavonoids, phenolic acids, tannins, essential oils but also vitamin C, vitamin E, calcium, copper, manganese, zinc. Red clover also contains a plant hormone that is similar to the human hormone estrogen, which is a good supplement during menopause.

Areas of use

Because red clover contains an estrogen-like hormone, it can be used during a woman's menopause. Red clover infusion has a lovely taste and the herb can also be used for cooking and healthy health drinks.

Red clover - side effects and contraindications

Red clover is well tolerated by most people, but in some it causes unwanted side effects, such as: allergic reactions - usually rash, headache and nausea, sometimes vomiting and muscle pain.

Ingredients: Dried red clover flowers (Trifolium pratense)

Dosage: 1/2-1 teaspoon to a cup of boiling water. Leave to steep for 5-10 minutes before straining. 1-3 cups daily.

Storage: Store out of the sight and reach of children, in a closed container at a temperature not higher than 25°C, protected from light, moisture and the influence of foreign smells.

Country of origin: Poland


Do not use in case of allergic reactions. Do not use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

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