Trifolium pratense L., Red Clover

Red Clover flowers are widely used as a sedative, to purify the blood, and to treat respiratory problems; skin rashes, and speed healing. Also known as ‘biochanin A’, it works on women’s health, reducing the symptoms of menopause, and in therapies.

  • Origin: Plant Based
  • Source: Itself
  • Type: Herbs, Roots & Barks
  • Age Range: Adults
  • Toxicity: There is no evidence of toxicity until now
  • Outcomes: Women’s Health, Menopause

What are Red Clover benefits?

Red Clover, also known scientifically as Trifolium pratense, is a dark pink herbaceous plant that belongs to the same family as peas and beans (angiosperm) and is native to Europe, Asia, and North Africa. It is worth noting that the use of red clover is widely used in traditional medicine to treat osteoporosis, arthritis, skin diseases, cancer, respiratory problems (such as asthma), heart disease, and female health problems such as menstrual and menopausal symptoms. However, such benefits of red clover are still being researched by the scientific community.

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Women's Health Red Clover and Women's Health

The female body has specific physiological processes involving sex hormones, health of the ovaries, uterus and vagina, menstrual cycle, pregnancy and lactation and menopause. The compounds indicated for women's health assist in the synthesis and secretion of these hormones, in premenstrual and menopausal symptoms and in the protection of female sexual organs.
  • Menopause

    Menopause is a natural decline in reproductive hormones when a woman reaches around 50 years old. It causes uncorfortable symptoms but thay can me eased with certain medications and nutraceutics.

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Tamoxifen, Letrozole

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