Red Clover

How does Red Clover work?

Red clover contains "isoflavones" which are changed in the body to "phytoestrogens" that are similar to the hormone estrogen.

Are there safety concerns?

Red clover seems safe for most people. It can cause rash-like reactions, muscle ache, headache, nausea, and vaginal bleeding (spotting) in some women.

Do not take red clover if:

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