trifolium pratense


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High in protein, contains 4 phytoestrogens. Helps regulate hormone balance and protect the body from cancer and other side effects of estrogen dominance. Also has isoflavones for cancer prevention. Helps enlarged prostate, menopause, hot flashes, skin healing, wounds, psoriasis. Red clover blossom and garlic- help thin blood, keep blood vessels pliable and reduce cholesterol, which alleviates high blood pressure and reduces the risk of blood clots. Clover blossoms are an expectorant, good for spasmodic coughs, bronchitis, asthma. Floral infusion in a douche helps alleviate vaginal itching. Plant red clover under fruit trees to provide lots of nutrients and nitrogen for the fruit trees. The roots go down 128 feet! It brings back serious nutrients from deep down. Use the flower. You can use the leaves but it may cause you gas unless you blend it up really good or make a tea with it. It’s best to not harvest red clover late in the year because it starts producing poison alkaloids. Never ferment clover- eat it fresh or dried, never in between. Dried flowers good for tea. The root is edible. Dried seed pods, leaves and flowers can be ground into powder. Flowers are sweet, anise-like with a hint of licorice. Raw flower heads can be difficult to digest. TOXIC LOOKALIKE- Crown Vetch, which has different leaves. Clover leaves look like clover, while crown vetch has little thin leaves on each side of leaf stem.
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Chemical composition (g/kg dry matter) of some Appennine browse species Dry Organic Crude Crude Plant species matter matter protein fibre NDF Legumes Lathyrus sativus 214 887 137 35 401 Lotus corniculatus 231 879 122 39 315 Onobrychis viciaefolia 207 876 141 44 412 Trifolium pratense 215 849 210 31 397 Forbs Achillea millefolium 198 867 151 49 367 Potentilla reptans 203 852 94 53 612 Teucrium flavum 235 860 129 51 554 Grasses Brachipodyum pinnatum 209 871 104 36 761 SEM 17.
Trifolium pratense es una especie que proporciona pasto abundante y de muy buena calidad, incluso en verano si recibe suficientes aportes hidricos, tan es asi, que en Francia se dice que ha contribuido mas que la patata al desarrollo de la economia agraria del pais.
Detalle de una planta creciendo junto a su planta hospedero Trifolium pratense L.
Formononetin is one of the predominant isoflavones in Trifolium pratense L.
Trifolium pratense contiene principalmente: cumestrol y alrededor de un 2% de isoflavonas derivadas de la daidzeina, genisteina, biochanina A, formononetina.
Both competition parameters in the competition experiment between Trifolium pratense and Lolium multiflorum were significantly different from one (H9, Table 2), and Trifolium pratense had no significant effect on the growth of Lolium multiflorum (H10, Table 2).
Trifolium pratense contains isoflavones (including genistein), volatile oil, coumarins and coumestrol.
1992, 1996) and Trifolium pratense (Wang and Hampton, 1989, 1991), and EC could provide a more reliable index for predicating FE of alfalfa in drier soils (Wang et al.
Objective: To critically assess the evidence of supplements containing Trifolium pratense (red clover) isoflavones in the reduction of hot flush frequency in menopausal women.
Genetic variation and population genetic structure in Trifolium pratense.
Key words: RAPD, DNA profiles, Trifolium pratense, Cimicifuga racemosa, species identification