Red Clover

Also indexed as:Clover (Red), Trifolium pratense, Clover (Wild)
Red Clover: Main Image© Steven Foster
Botanical names:
Trifolium pratense

Side Effects

Nonfermented red clover is relatively safe. However, fermented red clover may cause bleeding and should be avoided. Red clover supplements should be avoided by pregnant or breast-feeding women and their safety has not been established in young children and infants.

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