Red Clover - Loaded with Nutrients & disease-fighting Alkaloids
Red clover is a low growing perennial, native to northwest Africa, Asia, and Europe. It has since been naturalized and cultivated in many parts of the world, including North America. The flower heads are collected in full bloom, during the summer months.
Druids believed that it could ward off evil spells and witches, while Medieval Christians believed that the three lobbed leaves were associated with the trinity and the four lobbed leaves as a symbol of the cross.
Standardized: red clover
Trifolium pratense L.
Plant Family: Fabaceae
Tea, in capsules and extracts. May also be eaten raw and seldom in salads.
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Specific: No known precautions.
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