Clover tea and the red clover blossom can have an affect on fertility in women. The botanical name is Trifolium pratense.
Red Clover Blossom
The red clover blossom is actually the common pink blossom that we see. This is a powerful fertility herb. When shopping for the dried red clover blossom, make sure you find an organic supplier. There is also Red Clover Extract or Pills available from vitamin stores or online. Mountain Rose Herbs is an excellent supplier of organic herbs and teas.
Red Clover Blossom the Fertility Herb
Scientists and researches have found identified estrogen-like substances called isoflavones and anticoagulant chemicals called coumarins in red clover herb. The part of the plant that is used is only the blossom and it is used in it’s dried form. The isoflavones can increase fertility rates. It is also effective in menopausal women for decreasing the side effects suffered during menopause.
Red Clover Blossom & Blood Pressure
Red clover may also benefit bone density and reduce blood pressure.
Red Clover Blossom Tea
Effective for menopause and fertility in women.
- 1 ounce dried Red Clover Blossom – Organic if possible
- 1 quart of fresh cold water – filtered pure water is best
Bring the water to a boil in a kettle. Place the Red Clover Blossoms in a jar or glass container, no plastics, with a tight fitting lid. Fill the container with the boiled water and make sure the lid is on tight. You do not want any steam to escape and the nutrients to evaporate.
Let the Tea infuse for at least 4 hours at room temperature, overnight is better. Drink 1 – 4 cups a day.