Red Clover [Trifolium Pratense]


Red Clover is indicated in-
  • Menopausal hot flashes, night sweats, redness
  • Mood swing
  • Osteoporosis


Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) is one of the world's oldest agricultural herbal extract crops, which is high in isoflavones (natural phytoestrogens). Red Clover is a dietary supplement based on isoflavones specifically developed to provide support and wellbeing for women during and after menopause. Red Clover isoflavones are naturally occurring plant estrogens that have been specifically extracted and are not chemically synthesized. Red Clover contains twice as many types of isoflavones and in high concentrations than soya, Red Clover is approved by international regulatory bodies and is the only menopause food supplement backed by over 15 years of scientific research.


Red Clover extracts act as an estrogen agonist by binding to intracellular estradiol receptors. it was defined as an antiprogestin, due to the extract's inhibition of progesterone induction of alkaline phosphate, an end product of progestin activity. Red Clover increases uterine weight and decreased cervical mucus viscoelasticity.

Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) is a herbal extract, which is high in isoflavones (natural plant estrogens). Red Clover isoflavones mimic the action of estrogens and are widely used by women to maintain their health and vitality especially during the time of menopause. Red Clover contains 4 key isoflavones (Genistein, Daidzein, Biochanin A and Formonoetin) that help balance female hormones by mimicking the effects of estrogens in the body, which in turn help support women during menopause. Unlike traditional hormone therapy (HRT), these natural plant estrogens prefer to bond with beta estrogens receptors and show no affinity to bond with alpha estrogens receptors.

Dosage & Administration

1 or 2 capsules 1 to 3 times daily or as advised by the registered physician.


Not to be used in patients with estrogen receptor-positive neoplasias.

Side Effects

General side effects may include headache, nausea and rash. Due to its coumarin derivatives, Trifolium Pratense should be used with caution in individuals with coagulation disorders or currently undergoing anticoagulation therapy.

Pregnancy & Lactation

Not to be used during pregnancy & breastfeeding.

Therapeutic Class

Miscellaneous topical agents

Storage Conditions

Store in a cool and dry place. Keep away from light and children.

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