Red clover is one of the most popular sources of phytoestrogens. The flowering tops contain isoflavones (mostly genistein and daidzein) which attach to estrogen receptors and block both naturally produced estrogens and xenoestrogens from using the receptors. As such, it is often considered as a first choice for those with either high estrogen levels or heavy exposure to xenoestrogens.
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1:2 Extract of Trifolium pratense Flowering Tops in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.
Alcohol Content:m 34-36%.
Persons taking aspirin or blood thinners should only use this product if advised and monitored by their health care provider.