Botanical Name:Trifolium pratense L.
Other Common Names: Beebread, cow clover, meadow clover, purple clover, trefoil, wild clover, Wiesenklee (German), trébol (Spanish), rauðsmari (Icelandic), rödklöver (Swedish), triolet (French).
TCM Name: Mu
Also Known As: Hsun Tsao
Meridians: Lung, Kidney, Bladder
Key TCM Actions & Medicinal Uses: Cleanse Blood/Clear Heat/Remove Toxins: hot flashes, red itchy skin rashes, arthritis, swollen glands. Reduce Inflammation/Relieve Pain: painful urination, spermatorrhea, chronic ulcers, bites and stings. Nourish Blood/Tonify Yin: dry mouth, constipation, amenorrhea, dry cough, sore throat, couch, and urinary tract infection.
Habitat: Red clover grows commonly in the wild throughout Europe, Asia, and Africa and has been naturalised to North America. It is used as a grazing food for cattle and as a green manure as is a nitrogen–rich crop.
Description: Red clover is a perennial plant and a member of the Leguminosae or Fabaceae family also know as as…
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