Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) has a long history of medicinal use. In China and Russia, red clover was used to treat respiratory infections and congestion. It has also been used to treat coughs, wound healing, and relieve water retention. It has traditionally been used to treat inflammation and infection, including syphillus, venereal disease, and tuberculosis. Recent laboratory studies have shown that this plant does indeed kill many types of bacteria, including the bacteria that cause tuberculosis. Today, red clover is being studied for its possible benefits to those suffering heart disease, diabetes, menopausal symptoms, and prostate enlargement.
One Australian study found that Promensil - an over-the-counter supplement used to help treat hot flashes and using an active ingredient of red clover - was helped improve elasticity of the arteries in menopausal women as well, and other studies have also shown that red clover improves the blood flow through the arteries and veins. Thus, red clover may prove helpful in treating high blood pressure and decreased circulation in both cardiovascular and diabetic patients.
The estrogen-like effects of red clover also have lead some researchers to theorize that it may help treat symptoms of benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH), a condition in which the prostate gland starts growing again in middle age.
In terms of breast enlargement, red clover contains a high concentration of isoflavones, which are water-soluble chemicals that act like estrogens or known as phytoestrogens. One study of cows found that those fed large amounts of red clover had significant size increases in their teats. Red clover also increases the estrogen and progesterone levels in the body, which all of these technical benefits plays an important role at increase breast size and firmness quickly and efficiently.
Phytoestrogen is an important phytochemical content when it comes to natural breast growth and overcome female issues, such as hot flashes and PMS. Unlike fenugreek (which is considered as another popular herb), red clover has more than one phytoestrogen other than diosgenin. Red clover contains four phytoestrogens which includes all the important genistein that binds itself to estradiol receptors. These receptors are linked to breast growth, which could assist in triggering its natural development.
There are several ways how you can use red clover. One could be, making a sweet infusion that features dried flowers. Steep one to three teaspoons of dried flowers in a cup of hot water. Allow it to steep for ten to fifteen minutes before drinking. As much as possible, drink it three times a day. Similarly, you could also take one half to one teaspoon of homemade tincture and experience the same effects. Though it takes much time to see positive outcomes due to small amount of their phytoestrogens you get from that methods, however, it still useful in the long run. Otherwise, you can augment your effort with breast enhancement products containing the extract of this plant, such as Breast Actives™. The best part of this product is, it also contains other potent ingredients with strong estrogenic activities to speed breast growth and firmness the shape due to aging and had given birth, such as pueraria mirifica, fenugreek, dong quai, dandelion, wild yam, saw palmetto, and other potent herbs. Perhaps it's the most complete formula of breast enhancement due to a lot of powerful herbs in their ingredient list.