Pure Red Clover Extract Tincture

Also known as Wild-crafted Red Clover Extract Tincture

Organic Red Clover Extract Tincture


Pure Red Clover Extract Tincture contains no Gluten, Fillers, Trans Fats, Starch, Salt, Dairy, Wheat,Corn, Soy, Preservatives, or Artificial Colors, just pure Red Clover Extract tincture liquid. Pure Red Clover Extract tincture liquid, is available in 2 oz, 4 oz, 8 oz, and 16 oz Amber glass bottles.

Ingredients:  Pure Red Clover, in Kosher USP Vegetable Glycerin, Distilled Water, Distilled White Vinegar, and minimal Alcohol.

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Pure Red Clover Tincture Common Uses

Nutritional Information: Red clover extract contains calcium, chromium, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, thiamine, and vitamin c. It also contains vitamin A, zinc, iron, B-complex, selenium, cobalt, nickel, manganese, tin and sodium. Red clover provides a rich source of plant-based estrogens known as isoflavones, and most extracts are standardized to contain specific isoflavone amounts.

Dosage Amounts: Are included on the package label.  Adult use: 1/4 tsp. (6-12 drops) under the tongue, 1-3 times daily or as needed.

Red Clover and Estrogen and Testosterone

What is Estrogen? Estrogen refers to any one hormone in a specific chemically similar group called the estrogenic hormones. This group consists of estradiol, estrone and estriol. While it is largely considered a female hormone, estrogen is also produced in males, though in smaller quantities. In women, estrogen is synthesized primarily by the ovaries, but can also be produced by the adrenal glands and fat tissue. While in men, estrogen is mainly produced by the testes, adrenal and pituitary gland.

▪Both Estrogen and Testosterone are involved in sexual desire.

▪Clover for Men: Male bodies contain both Estrogen and Testosterone. Estrogen is necessary to keep fat content down.

▪Clover for Women: The isoflavones may alleviate menopausal hot flashes, vaginal dryness, night sweats and mood changes – Source: University of Maryland Medical.

Skin Problems: Red clover ointment treats chronic skin ailments such as boils, psoriasis, eczema and slow-to-heal sores. The “PDR for Herbal Medicines” notes that it promotes dermatological healing. The Native Americans used red clover salve for sore eyes and burns.

Cardiovascular Uses: The study of red clover’s ability to raise good cholesterol and lower bad cholesterol has produced mixed results in pre and post-menopausal women, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. Researchers have noted that red clover may have blood-thinning properties that could reduce blood clots. They do not recommend that patients taking blood thinners use red clover.

Respiratory Uses: The Native Americans used red clover for coughs, upper respiratoy infections, wheezing and bronchitis. Herbalists recommend red clover for whooping cough because of its antispasmodic and expectorant qualities. They mix red clover, honey and water to create an effective cough syrup. DIURETIC: Herbalists have used red clover as a diuretic for centuries. It stimulates the kidney and supports the liver, removing toxins from the body.” Source: ehow.com

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Pure Red Clover Extract Tincture Shelf Life
If stored in a cool, dry, place it’s best used by 1-2 years. FREEZING is NOT recommended.

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