9 benefits of the clover of the meadows

The clover of the meadows is the most powerful natural phytoestrogen. It is also a source rich in many precious nutrients: calcium, magnesium, chromium, phosphorus, potassium silicon, niacin, thiamin and Vitamin A , B12 , C, K and E. It possesses the nutrients necessary for the glands of our body and helps therefore to the maintenance of hormonal balance.

We see below its properties and how to hire it:

  1. Slow down aging

Thanks to its powerful antioxidant effect, the clover of lawns rejuvenates the whole body, purifying the blood and counteracting free radicals.

To prepare the purifying infusion: pour ¼ liter of boiling water over 5/6 dried inflorescences, leave to infuse for 15 minutes and drink a cup 2-3 times a day for a period of at least 4-6 weeks.

  1. Relieves premenstrual syndrome

The clover of the meadows relieves the symptoms of PMS such as pain, tension in the breast, swelling and nervousness.

  1. Prevents osteoporosis

Among the benefits of the clover of the meadows there is also the ability to stimulate the bone mineralization helping in the prevention of osteoporosis.

  1. Relieves the symptoms of menopause

Because of its richness in isoflavones (natural phytoestrogens), hormones involved in the foreground in the reproductive process, it promotes fertility and combats the typical menopausal disorders such as hot flashes, nervousness and depression resulting from post-menopause.

To counteract female disorders, especially menopause, we recommend the standardized clover in the concentration of 40-80 mg. of isoflavones.

Menoflavon is a supplement able to act positively on the effects of menopause, precisely because it exploits the potential of the clover of meadows, in the most effective formula on the market.

  1. Lowers cholesterol levels

Regular grazing clover can lower bad cholesterol levels, favoring good cholesterol, which may help in heart disease.

  1. Improves blood circulation

Containing small amounts of coumarins, chemicals useful for keeping the blood clean and fluid, reduces the possibility of clots and the formation of arterial plaques.

  1. Limit the development of prostatic hyperplasia

Limits the development of hyperplasia (enlargement) of the benign prostate gland.

  1. Counteracts respiratory disorders

The infusion of meadow clover is ideal for combating respiratory disorders and freeing the upper airways in case of colds, coughs and bronchitis.

To prepare it: pour 1 liter of boiling water over 2 tablespoons of dried flowers, leave to infuse for 10 minutes and then filter.

  1. Useful for relieving rashes, dermatoses

The infusion of lawn clover applied to the skin, after allowing it to cool calm and soothes rashes, eczema, acne and psoriasis.

You can also use the infusion for compresses or for 15-minute sittings. Infusion-based wraps are used to stimulate wound healing, while lavages are useful for calming and soothing skin irritations. Apply several times a day of gauze tablets soaked in lawn clover tisane on the affected parts.

Contraindications

The meadow clover does not report toxic effects or important side effects, even in case of prolonged treatments, but given its high estrogenic rate, its internal use is contraindicated in children and in the case of: pregnancy, thyroid disorders, diseases such as endometriosis, uterine fibroids and breast, ovarian or uterine cancers and prostate cancer in men.

Furthermore, meadow clover could interact with numerous drugs, especially anticoagulants, contraceptives, etc. In this case it is advisable to consult your doctor.

Conclusions

Usually to obtain stable benefits, the treatments with plants should be carried out for long periods, because the hormonal oscillations are cyclical, and even after a month you can get good results do not abandon the therapies to not find themselves after a short time in the Starting situation. Generally the intake of herbal remedies for this purpose is recommended for periods of not less than 3/6 months .

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