Red Clover (Trifolium pratense L.) grows commonly in the wild state throughout Europe, Asia, and Africa and has been naturalized in North America. It comes from Europe, where it is considered a common plant. Red Clover blooms profusely from May to September, and its honey-rich flowers attract numerous insects.
Red Clower Flower is used in herbalism, but also used as feed for cattle and horses because it is an edible plant - all its parts are edible. Clover flowers have a light purple colour and an attractive fragrance.
How To Use Red Clover Flower Health Embassy
1-2 tsp of Red Clover Flower pour with 200ml of boiling water, cover and leave to infuse for 10-15 minutes, then strain. Drink up to 1 cup of this infusion twice a day. After cooling, the infusion can be used as a tonic for washing the face.
1 tbsp of Red Clover Flower pour with 300ml of hot water. Heat on low heat for 10 minutes, making sure not to boil. Then set aside to infuse covered for half an hour and strain. Drink 3 times a day for 100ml.
The decoction can be used to rinse the mouth and throat and to make compresses.
Mix 1 part of Red Clover Flower with 1/2 part of Knotgrass Herb and 1/2 part of Meliot Sweet Clover Herb. Pour the mixture thus prepared, pour 5 parts of 40-60% alcohol and set aside in a dark place for maceration. After 12 days, strain and pour into the final bottle. Drink 15-20ml (small glass) before bedtime. It can be diluted with water or honey.
Take 30g of Red Clover Flower, 15g of Linden Flower and 15g Yarrow Herb. Pour everything with a liter of water and simmer for 15 minutes, then let it cool and strain. The cooled mixture can be used as a hair rinse twice a week.
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It does not replace the consultation with a doctor and cannot be used as a medication or be a part of therapy. All decisions on this matter should be consulted with your doctor.