Red Clover Articles
Black Cohosh Ginkgo Biloba Dong Quai Ginseng Red Clover Soy Vitex Macafem
Black Cohosh
Black cohosh grows in the woods of eastern North America
Ginkgo Biloba
Traditionally used in Chinese medicine for thousands of years
Dong Quai
Dong Quai is often referred to as "the female ginseng"
Ginseng
The Chinese word "rénshén" means "man root" in English
Red Clover
Originates from Asia, parts of Northern Africa, and Central Europe
Soy
Traditionally used in the Orient as a source of protein and medicine
Vitex
Vitex agnus-castus is also called chaste tree
Macafem
Originates from the Andean mountains of Perú

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Does Red Clover Cure Acne?
According to the NYU Langone Medical Center, there hasn’t been any well-designed study to determine whether or not red clover is a suitable treatment for acne...

Red clover plant
Red clovers name comes from its unique appearance. Its richly colored petals, which range from pink, red and purple, are easily identifiable. Its unique chemical content make it highly sought after in the treatment of menopause symptoms. ...

Red clover effects
In order to fully understand red clovers effects it is first important to understand what red clover is. Red clover is a plant that grows in various parts of the globe such as Asia and Europe. Its...

Red Clover For Menopause
The red clover for menopause herb (Trifolium Pratense) is a perennial plant that grows in many locations throughout the world. Due to its ability to flourish with little engineered intent it has been artificial made to flourish in...

Red Clover Herb
Red clover herb or Trifolium Partense as it is known by its scientific name is a perennial herb that is native to parts of Europe and Asia. Red clover herb has also been artificially cultivated in parts...

Which herb should women try? Today women are looking for relief from their menopause symptoms with herbs. Phytoestrogenic herbs and non-estrogenic herbs are good in relieving menopause symptoms, but recent studies show that non-estrogenic herbs have no side effects because they help the body to produce its own hormones instead of introducing hormones like the phytoestrogenic ones. Learn more about non-estrogenic herbs for menopause.
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