Clover plowed (seals)

Annual clover, distinguished from other species by its smaller size and pale pink flowers; corolla shorter than calyx; bean broadly ovoid, one-seeded. Blooms in May-June.

Grows in upland meadows, fallow fields as a weed, is common.

Clover has an anti-sclerotic effect, in folk medicine it is used for heart diseases, brewed as tea and drunk for diarrhea, high acidity of the stomach, diseases of the kidneys, bladder, headache, cough, nervous disorders, migraine.


Infusion: 1 tbsp. a spoonful of herbs in a glass of boiling water, heat to a boil and leave for 30 minutes, take 1 tbsp. spoon after 2 hours.

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