3 medicinal recipes with red clover
Red clover (Latin Trifolium pratense) grows everywhere in meadows, fields and forests. Little is known about the healing properties of red clover. However, this plant has no contraindications. Therefore, it can be used for many diseases. The flowers are plucked from the stems and used for medicinal purposes. It is best to collect the flowers immediately after the dew falls in the morning during a clear day. Dry the collected raw material in the shade in a windy area. Stir the raw material regularly. The prepared raw material should be dry but not too dry because it is then brittle. Too much dried clover also loses its healing properties. Red clover is most often used against cough, bronchitis, due to the so-called whooping cough (pertussis) which suffocates a person. Products with red clover can be bought in pharmacies, herbal pharmacies and health food stores.
- Red clover tea for cough – pour one tablespoon of dried flowers with 200 ml of boiling water. Leave for 15 minutes and strain. Add one tablespoon of honey before use. Drink several times during the day after meals. Therapy lasts 5 days. Red clover has been shown to be a natural source of hormones (plant estrogen). Therefore, it has a positive effect in alleviating the symptoms of menopause, regulating hormonal status and increasing women’s fertility.
- Tea for women – pour one cup of dried red clover flowers with one liter of hot water. Cover up. Leave for 7 to 8 hours. Strain. I can drink 3 cups of tea a day. Combined tea with red clover, sage and mint can also be made.
- Tincture with red clover – pour fresh red clover flowers into a 3-liter glass jar. Squeeze the flowers a little. Pour 500 ml of 40% alcohol. Leave for two weeks in a dark place. Shake the jar daily. Take one teaspoon of tincture once a day in the evening. The therapy lasts a month. Only 3 therapies are needed with a break of ten days between each therapy. Blood vessels will be cleaner and the heart healthier. Red clover is rich in substances that clean the blood vessels of cholesterol. These substances dissolve deposits on the walls of blood vessels. Pure blood. Blood vessels strengthen and regenerate.