Red clover is a perennial plant that grows wild in America...and in many countries abroad from what I read about it. It purifies the blood and enhances the function of the liver, which is the body's natural detoxification organ. A cup of soothing red clover tea also relieves monthly PMS symptoms and menopausal hot flashes for many women.
These are some of the reasons to gather clover blossoms for winter tea. The flower head, used to make herbal tea, ranges from pink to purple or red. Hang clover blossoms in a warm attic or pantry to dry. My method for making Clover Tea is below.
RED CLOVER TEA | A LIVER CLEANSER
dried mint leaves
1/2 cup of dried clover flowers
2 cup of boiling wate
Place clover flowers & mint leaves in a pint jar and fill with boiling water. Steep 30 minutes and strain. Add honey to taste. Drink 2 cups daily - sipping throughout the day
WARNING: Pregnant or breastfeeding women should not take red clover.
Stay healthy my friends,