Healing Properties of Red Clover Oil

Red Clover Drying in the SunFor women, Red Clover Oil is quite special. Research shows that it has phytoestrogenic activity. Phytoestrogens come from plants, and help replace lost estrogen during menopause.

Within the last few years, red clover isoflavones have shown to have therapeutic use during menopause. Red Clover Oil helps reduce the falling estrogen levels in the body. It contains stilbene which stimulates estrogen activity, thus helps reduces hot flashes experienced by women during menopause. When applied daily, this beneficial oil may help reduce the symptoms of hot flashes.

Red Clover Oil bears extensive folk history for curing cancers and tumors. A concentrated oil was applied to a tumor site, which encouraged the tumor to grow outward and thus leave the body. Red Clover Oil may be used as a massage oil in an effort to cure a lump or tumor and is usually combined with other tumor-fighting herbs.

Red Clover Oil can be used to treat rheumatism, jaundice, and inflammatory skin conditions. It’s purifying herbal action, makes it a wonderful oil for rashes, such as eczema and psoriasis. For psoriasis, it is usually combined with other herbs.

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Red Clover (Trifolium pratense)

Red CloverEveryone recognizes red clover for it’s beautiful purple flower. Red clover (trifolium pratense) also has other common names such as trefoil, cow grass, cleaver grass and purple clover. It is a perennial herb that grows to about 16 inches. It has a hairy upright stem. The leaves have 3 (sometimes 4) oval leaflets with a white crescent mark on them.
The flowers can range from pink to dark purple. Red Clover is a common wayside plant, but it is also cultivated as a fodder crop for cows, and other grazing animals. It is also grown for hay and used in gardens as a nitrogen additive for crops.