Red clover (Trifolium pratense) is native to Western Asia, Northwest Africa,
and Europe. Red Clover is part of the genus family Fabaceae.
The name clover stems from the latin word "Clava" meaning "club”.
Native Americans are credited with discovering the medicinal properties ofRed Clover, it was later recognized in Europe and has been celebrated since.
Caution: Red Clover interacts with anticoagulants, contraceptives and
estrogen. Check with your doctor to ensure safety if on medication or pregnant.
Red Clover can be made into a herbal infusion (tea). Have 2-3 cups daily.
To make a tea:
1. Use a ratio of 2-3 tsp (2-3g) of Red Clover to 1 cup (250ml) of water.
2. Boil the water using a kettle or pot.
3. Add herbs to a teapot then add the water, or to the pot with the heat off.
4. Cover and allow to sit for 5-10 mins then serve.
5. You can add citrus and natural sweeteners for extra flavour, we do not recommend sugar.