What is Trifolium pratense,Red Clover?History,Phytochemicals and Remedy Uses of Red Clover Blossoms.Red Clover Extract.
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Dosage guide of Red Clover.:
General guidelines are as follows,and different according to cases:
Usually, red clover is taken as a tea by adding 250 ml (1 cup) of boiling water to 2 - 3 teaspoons of dried flowers and steeping, covered, for ten to fifteen minutes. Three cups can be drunk each day. Red clover can also be used in capsule or tablet form in the amount of 2-4 grams of the dried flowers or 2-4 ml of tincture three times per day. Dried red clover tops are also available in capsules, tablets, and tinctures.
Dried herb (used for tea):1 to 2 tsp dried flowers or flowering tops steeped in 8 oz hot water for 1/2 hour; take 2 to 3 cups daily
Powdered herb (available in capsules):2 to 6 capsules (500 mg each) per day
Tincture (1:5, 30% alcohol):60 to 100 drops (3 to 5 mL) three times per day; may add to hot water as a tea
Fluid Extract (1:1):1 mL three times per day; may add to hot water as a tea
Standardized red clover isoflavone extracts:directions on product labels should be carefully followed
Topical treatment (such as for psoriasis or eczema):an infusion, liquid extract, or ointment containing 10 to 15% flowerheads
As mentioned above, isolated red clover isoflavones have shown promise in the treatment of a variety of conditions. It is important to remember, however, that extracts of red clover isoflavones are very different from the whole herb,in fact, they represent only a small portion of the entire herb in a highly concentrated form.
Because the estrogen like chemicals it contains may have caused abnormal fetal development in animal studies, taking red clover is not recommended for pregnant women.
Women with hormone dependent conditions such as endometriosis, uterine fibroids, and cancers of the breast, ovaries, or uterus should not take red clover due to its possible estrogenic effects. Men with prostate cancer should also avoid taking red clover, unless a doctor recommends using it.
Very little information is available on how red clover might affect an infant or a small child. Therefore, its use is not recommended while breast-feeding or during early childhood.
- What is Trifolium pratense,Red Clover?History,Phytochemicals and Remedy Uses of Red Clover Blossoms.Red Clover Extract.
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