Red CloverRed clover is a flowering plant that grows wildly throughout Asia and Europe. This red perennial can be found within the United States, and the red flowering tips are often dried for homeopathic use.Red clover has traditionally for homeopathic use been used for skin irritations, cancer, and respiratory conditions. Although there are numerous traditional uses, red clover may have a direct application to menopausal women. This is contributed to substances in red clovers plant compound called isoflavones. Isoflavones are estrogen-mimickers. A study conducted at the Division of General Internal Medicine at the University of California to determine the effectiveness of red clover reducing hot flashes. 252 menopausal women, ages 45-60 years of age, took one of two red clover supplements containing 82 mg or 57 mg daily. These women originally had at least 35 hot flashes weekly. At the end of the twelve week study, 98 percent of the women noted with a journal that hot flashes were significantly reduced. It was concluded that the red clover supplements Rimostil and Promesil increased the quality of life by reducing the quantities of hot flashes. Red clover can potentially be a homeopathic treatment, or supplemental aid, for hot flashes. On the other hand, the overall numbers of studies are mixed.Phytochemicals: Beta-carotene, beta-sitosterol, biochanin, caffeic acid, campesterol, chlorogrnic acid, coumarin, coumestrol, daidzein, eugenol, formononetin, genistein, isorhamnetin, methyl salicylate, myricetin, p-coumaric acid, salicylic acid.Nutrients: Calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous, potassium, selenium, zinc, vitamins B3, C and E.Fights infection, suppresses appetite and purifies the blood. Has expectorant, antispasmodic and relaxing effects. Relieves menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes. nissan qashqai . Good for bacterial infections, HIV and AIDS symptoms, coughs, bronchitis, inflamed lungs, inflammatory bowel disorders, kidney problems, liver disease, skin disorders and weakened immune system.Red Clover tea is the most popular way of ingesting the herb.Red clover uses are still under study and should be taken discretionally without the intention to treat or cure a disease or condition. Be sure to consult your medical practitioner before supplementing with red clover.