Although black clover native to Europe, it was the medicine began to use North American Indians. With her were treated for psoriasis, eczema, other skin diseases. It is one of the oldest medicinal herbs. It has a reddish-purple flowers kepaste and three split leaves.
Today, black clover is everywhere prized as medicinal plant. Prepared as an infusion or tincture. 1-3 full teaspoons of dried flowers pour a cup of boiling water and wait 10-15 minutes.
It grows in meadows and flowers from May to September in the red-purple color. Among farmers is popular as a fodder plant, which is rich in nitrogen, they are sown that the crop rotation enriching the soil. The rich composition of active ingredients that help in a variety of health problems, has been known in the past as red clover is one of the company’s oldest medicinal herbs.
The active ingredient in black clover and usefulness in folk medicine
Black clover is rich in protein, vitamins of group B, comprising selenium, calcium, chromium, magnesium, tin, phosphorus, copper, caffeic acid, phenols, flavonoids and tannins. In folk medicine it was used for general cleansing of the body, in the stomach and respiratory problems, especially in whooping cough. It is also useful when applied as formulations and coatings alleviate the fungal disease, psoriasis and eczema. Prevents constipation, it promotes the secretion of bile and urine.
Black clover is helpful in climacteric disorders (hot flushes, sweating, irritability, fatigue, impaired concentration, forgetfulness).