Dried Red Clover
Dried Red Clover (15 gms)
15 gms is Equivalent to Approximately 10 Generously Heaped Tblsps
LATIN NAME - Trifolium Pratense
Also Known as:
- Bee Bread
- Cow Clover
- Creeping Clover
- Cow Grass
- Marl Grass
- Wild Clover
- Meadow Clover
Like other Clovers, the Leaves of Red Clover have the Familiar Trefoil look with Three Green Leaflets each Bearing a White V Shaped Marking. The Red Flowers are Formed in Round Clusters like that of White Clover.
Red Clover is Mainly a Biennial Plant. The First Year that the Seed Germinates it only Produces Short Leaves and Stems and but no Flowers. The Second Year the Flowers are Developed the Seed is Formed and after Ripening the Seed the Plant Dies. Similar to most Biennial Plants, the Root is a Taproot, meaning that the Single Main Root Tapers Down and Produces Several Side Branches. On these Side Branches Small, Egg Shaped or Round Nodules are Developed which Contain the Necessary Bacteria needed for the Proper Development of the Plant.
Use Red Clover when Performing Spells & Rituals for:
- Expelling Negative Spirits
- Gender - Masculine
- Planet - Mercury
- Element - Air
Red Clover's Traditional uses include Protection, Money, Fidelity, Love, and the Blessing of Pets.
All Clovers have Traditionally been Regarded as a Lucky Plant and this may be because of the Religious Connotations that are associated with the Threefold Leaves that Traditionally Symbolizes the Trinity, It has also been associated with the Triple Goddess, The Maiden, The Goddess and The Crone as well as a Reminder of Life’s Constant Cycle of Birth, Death and Rebirth.
Red Clover should be worn for Protection and to Deflect Spells, Hexes and Evil Spirits, also Believed to be a Herb of Immortality.
Use Red Clover for Fidelity Potions, Spells and Rituals and as a Restorative for the Body and Soul.
Red Clover is Traditionally Believed to be Beneficial in the Treatment of:
- Whooping Cough
- Menopause Symptoms
- High Cholesterol Levels
- Pain Relief
- Anxiety & Tension
- Mild Depression
- Vitamin C
- Stearic Acid
- Ascorbic Acid
- Palmitic Acid
Although there very Little Research to Support the Benefits of Red Clover, It has been Widely used in Traditional Medicine as a Remedy for many Ailments, Including Asthma, Whooping Cough, Menopause Symptoms, Arthritis, and even Cancer. The Flowering Head of Red Clover can be used as an Extract into Essential Oils or as an Edible Garnish.
It’s has also been Traditionally widely used as a Medicine to Treat Osteoporosis, Heart Disease, Arthritis, Skin Disorders, Cancer, Respiratory Problems like Asthma, and Women’s Health Issues, such as Menstrual and Menopausal Symptoms.