Red clover benefits countless .. Promotes fertility and protects against cancer and strengthens immunity

 

Red clover, known in Egypt as alfalfa, has great therapeutic and healing properties proven by many scientific studies, including its ability to prevent heart disease, improve blood vessels, prevent cancer, treat psoriasis and eczema, improve fertility and cure infertility, and fight osteoporosis , Support the immune system, improve scalp health, strengthen the internal body, support mental health, promote energy.

The nutritional value of red clover

Scientific studies have shown that every 100 grams of red clover provides the following nutrients:

8 grams of calcium

17 milligrams of chromium

9 grams of magnesium

5 g Niacin

7 mg phosphorus

9 g potassium

9 milligrams thiamine

5 grams of vitamin C

4 grams of zinc

 

Health Benefits of Red Clover

Healing wounds
Scientific studies have proven a large stockpile of antioxidants, infections, antibiotics and bacteria. It is therefore widely used in Chinese and Indian folk medicine to treat wounds, bruises and insect bites. It is possible to make a paste of red clover and place it on wounds for quick recovery.

Red clover tea can also be used to speed up the healing of burns and wounds and to eliminate anxiety and tension that delays healing.

 

Treatment of psoriasis and eczema
Red clover contains calming and moisturizing skin, a traditional treatment for skin problems such as eczema and psoriasis, where a paste is made from it mixed with olive oil and placed on the site of infection, which works to calm the itching and inflammation and helps healing.

3. Improve cardiovascular health
Red clover is rich in isoflavones, a nutrient the body regularly needs to control cholesterol levels in the blood and remove LDL.

Red clover contains a high percentage of coumarin, which helps prevent blood clotting and prevents strokes and strokes, as well as a course in widening the arteries and maintaining their flexibility.

 

Treatment of infertility
The isoflavones in red clover play a major role in the treatment of infertility, poor sperm and poor ovulation in women, so scientific studies have recommended the addition of red clover to the diet of men and women who suffer from infertility

 

Anti-osteoporosis
Scientific studies have shown that red clover protects against osteoporosis due to its high content of potassium and calcium, both of which help maintain bone density and prevent it from weakness and fragility.

 

Fighting cancer cells
Red clover contains a high stock of antioxidants and vitamin C, which helps to eliminate the free radicals that cause damage to the cells and infected with oxidative stress, which causes inflammation and cancerous tumors.

 

Strengthen immunity
Scientific studies have shown that taking 2 to 4 cups of clover cloves per week helps strengthen the immune system and help fight viral, bacterial and respiratory infections, bronchial asthma, cough and cold.

 

Improves scalp health
Dandruff and bacterial and fungal infections contribute to scalp weakening. Scientific studies have shown that antifungal and bactericidal properties of red clover help improve scalp health and prevent inflammation and crust.

 

Strengthen the body
The body needs a lot of minerals and vitamins to ward off harmful external and internal health factors so nutritionists suggest consumption of red clover can be allowed to get essential nutrients.

 

Psychological health
Alfalfa contains sedative compounds and reduces anxiety and tension, which helps to improve mood and mood.

Scientific studies have shown that eating red clover tea helps to relax and focus and improve the cognitive and cognitive functions of the brain.

 

Energy promotion
Scientific studies have shown that eating one cup of red clover tea daily helps to promote positive energy in the body, and protects against problems of nausea, dizziness, fatigue and physical and mental stress.