Red Clover Tea
Red Clover Tea is an old herbal tea that has been around for 100's or thousands of years.
Red Clover is one of the oldest crops cultivated today. The pretty pink flowers contain amazing properties for treating a variety of conditions. Most people try to irradicated red clover from their gardens and yards, if they knew the benefits of this herb, they would be happy to see the red clover blossoms appear every year.
Traditionally, red clover is known as a Womens Herb.
The blossom contains a high concentration of phytoestrogens. These phytoestregens act as replacement to female hormones lost during menopause and can ease the entire menopause process.
It is widely used as a herbal hormone replacement during menopause. It has shown great success in eliminating and aiding with the following menopause symptoms:
- Hot Flashes
- Vaginal Lubrication During Menopause
- Night Sweats
Red Clover & Cancer Treatment
The National Cancer Institute recently did a study on the anti tumor properties related to red clover blossoma nd the study revealed that Red Clover has four compounds that are deemed "anti tumor".!
Red Clover Benefits
Red Clover is also known as a blood purifier, is used to calm your nerves, is caffeine free, and can sooth an upset stomach. It is a very beneficial herb that many of us take for granted.
Organic Red Clover
Red Clover Blossoms are easy to harvest in the wild in many areas of North Amercica. The big pink blossoms should be harvested fully open and dried to use in Red Clover Herbal Teas and other recipes.
Red Clover Tea Recipe
Once you have a supply of dried red clover blossom, making a herbal tea is really easy. Here is the recipe:1 cup dried red clover blossoms 2 tablespoons mint (spearmint or peppermint) 4 cups water honey, to sweeten (or use sugar)
This will make 4 cups of Red Clover Herbal Tea.
Simply boil the water, add the red clover blossoms and mint and steep for 10 minutes. Sweeten to taste with honey.
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