Health Benefits of Red Clover


“In the midst of the street of it, and on either side of the river, was there the tree of life, which bare twelve manner of fruits, and yielded her fruit every month: and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations.” Revelation 22:2


What is Red Clover?

  • Red clover is a wild herb that is part of the Legume family

  • Native to Europe, Western Asia, Africa, and can now be found in many other regions of the world

  • The  tiny pink flowers of the plant are edible and known for their sweet taste, often used as a garnish or on a salad.

What Red Clover Contains


Red clover is an excellent tonic for the entire body, as it contains a wide range of necessary nutrients. Some of these elements include isoflavones, coumarins, flavonoids, lecithin, calcium, chromium, choline, magnesium, manganese, iron and vitamins B, C, and E.

Three benefits of Red Clover

Blood purifier

  • Red clover is known as one of the world's oldest and most common natural treatments for all varieties of cancer in men or women anywhere on the body.


  • Red clover cancer benefits come from Genistein, a biochemical in the plant that has the ability to prevent tumors from developing the blood supplies they need to survive, thus starving them and killing them.

  • Contains another class of anticancer phytoestrogen compounds called coumestans.


Hormone Balancer

The hormonal impacts of red clover are significant, particularly for women. The isoflavones found in red clover mimic estrogen, so for those women who may struggle to maintain estrogen levels, red clover can help to balance their hormonal shifts and prevent mood swings, as well as reduce breast pain. This applies for women undergoing PMS as well as menopause, as both of these times can cause dangerous or unpredictable fluctuations in hormone levels.


Anti- inflammatory

  • Anti-Inflammatory compounds Eugenol and Myricetin  

  • Eczema

  • Acne

  • Psoriasis


 Forms of Red Clover

  • Dried Leaves

  • Capsules

  • Tincture extract

  • Topical treatment


How to Use Red Clover


An Infusion - stronger more potent way of using herbs, add several handfuls of blossoms to a teapot. Pour on the hot water and steep overnight. Drink throughout next day.

Use Red Clover Tea Externally- Prepare the herbal tea as instructed above but rather than steep overnight allow the tea to cool to room temperature. Apply the red clover tea wherever needed to soothe itchy skin. Red clover tea can also be added to bath water to soothe itching skin.

As a Daily Supplement- Depending on the Milligrams, typically purchased as 350mg per capsule, you want to take 3 red clover capsules 3 times a day daily.



  • May cause dehydration, ½ body weight of water in ounces

  • Stray from use if you are pregnant

  • Increase chances of  bleeding,thinner

  • Refrain from the use of Red Clover for 2 weeks if having surgery or have had surgery

"If we neglect to do that which is within the reach of nearly every family, and ask the Lord to relieve pain when we are too indolent to make use of these remedies within our power, it is simply presumption. The Lord expects us to work in order that we may obtain food. He does not propose that we shall gather the harvest unless we break the sod, till the soil, and cultivate the produce. Then God sends the rain and the sunshine and the clouds to cause vegetation to flourish. God works and man cooperates with God. Then there is seedtime and harvest. God has caused to grow out of the ground herbs for the use of man, and if we understand the nature of these roots and herbs, and make a right use of them, there would not be a necessity of running for the doctor so frequently, and people would be in much better health than they are today.” -- Letter 35, 1890.  {MM 230.3}


1. http://umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/herb/red-clover







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