Red Clover Blossoms provide vitamins A, B complex, C, P, biotin, and choline. Red clover also contains the minerals copper, magnesium, manganese, selenium, and zinc. It contains a blood-thinning agent, coumarin.
Red clover blossoms contain high amounts of important nutrients—including vitamins (A, B-complex, C, and P) and minerals—as well as biotin, choline, copper, isoflavones, magnesium, manganese, selenium, zinc, and glycosides.
Red clover blossoms contain a blood-thinning agent, coumarin; this makes them very effective for many degenerative diseases. They are a mild herbal remedy, but effective. They are a detoxicant and a relaxant as well as a nutritive.
Some studies show that this herb has estrogenic activity and it is known as an antibiotic against several bacteria, including those of tuberculosis.
Isoflavones are nutrients found in red clover that are estrogenic, giving them amazing ability to raise or lower estrogen levels as needed. They also help with hot flashes, vaginal dryness and thinning, as well as breast cancer.
They are used to treat cancer (it has positive effects when it is taken with chaparral), to clear the skin, to counteract fevers, to treat inflammed lungs, and in inflammatory conditions associated with arthritis and gout. They are used as a nutritive herb in hepatitis and mononucleosis or any chronic disease state, and as a sedative for children.
|Each vegetable capsule contains:|
|Red clover (Trifolium pratense) flower powder||390 mg|