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Red Clover

 
Red Clover Flowers (Trifolium Pratense)

Pure powdered flowers.
60 x 325mg in vegetable capsules £8.45
 

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Description

 
Red Clover Flowers (Trifolium Pratense)

Pure powdered flowers.
60 x 325mg in vegetable capsules.

The flower heads contain unusually high levels of isoflavones. A popular herb for older women at the time of change.

HABITAT AND CULTIVATION
Found through much of Europe and Asia, and naturalised in North America and Australasia, red clover is a common wayside weed, much cultivated for hay and as a nitrogen fixing crop. The red flowerheads are collected during the summer when newly opened.

CONSTITUENTS
Isoflavonoids (1 – 2.5%) including formononetin and genistein; phenolic acids such as salicylic acid; volatile oil (about 0.03%) including methyl salicylate and benzyl alcohol; sterols – sitosterol; starch and fatty acids.

CAUTIONS
Take only on professional advice in oestrogen-dependent cancers.

PARTS USED: Flowerheads, aerial parts

  • Pure-fil.
  • Additive free.
  • Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans.

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  • No colours or flavours
  • No binders, fillers, glidants or coatings
  • No emulsifiers, plasticisers, disintegrants, slow release agents or lubricants
  • No synthetic ingredients
  • Pure-fil products contain 100% active ingredients
  • Nothing genetically modified
  • Pure-fil products are suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans
  • They are perfect choice for those suffering with allergies, food intolerances, need special dietary requirements or just don’t like to have unnecessary additive when they can have purity

 

*Related books:

“Fifty Vital Herbs” by Andrew Chevallier

“A Short Guide to Medicinal Herbs and their applications” by C. Haughton
 

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