Red Clover - Moisten Dry Mouth
Common Names: Cow Grass, Purple Clover, Cleavers Grass, Trefoil.
Parts Used: Flowering tops.
Body Influences: Red Clover owes some of its richness to the ability of extracting Calcium, Silicon and Mineral Salts from the earth. The rich iron and mineral content have made it a favorite of Russian folk medicine for shortness of breath and anemia. Red Clover has been long recognized as a anti Cancer herb which promotes a healthy granulation of the afflictions and their dissolution. It promotes an alkaline environment of the blood stream which is antagonistic to cancer. It is helpful for correcting lymphatic problems, kidney conditions, malignant ulcers and sores of long standing. Dr. Jethro Kloss (a noted early 20th Century American Herbalist), praised it highly. Extended and successive use of Red Clover extract has been responsible for removing external cancer and old skin ulcers. Wet a large area of the skin surface several times daily with the extract.
Recommended Dosage: 20 to 40 drops three times per day on the tongue or in juice or water. Apply or spray on 1 Tbsp. full, or more, each time, if external cancer or shingles.
Sources: Dr. Jethro Kloss, "Back to Eden;" William Boericke, "Materia Medica;" Dr. John R. Christopher, "School of Natural Healing;" Dr. John Heinerman, "Science of Herbal Medicine;" Alma R. Hutchens, "Indian Herbalogy of North America."
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