On this page you will find various recipes related to the reproductive systems.
Take one ounce by weight of the dried blossoms (fresh won't work for this application) and put them in a quart size canning jar. Fill the jar with boiling water, screw on a tight lid, and let it steep at room temperature overnight (or for at least four hours).
It is especially helpful if there is scaring of the fallopian tubes, irregular menses, abnormal cells in the reproductive tract, or "unexplained" infertility. It may take several months for the full effect of this herb to come on and pregnancy may not occurs until you have used it for a year or two. You can improve the taste by including some dried peppermint (a spoonful or two) along with the dried clover blossoms when making your infusion. Treat the father of the child-to-be to some red clover infusion, too!
For an infusion, steep 2 teaspoons of flowering tops in 1⁄2 cup boiling water for 15 minutes. Take 1 to 1 1⁄2 cups a day with or without honey. For a tincture the dose is from 5-30 drops, taken in water.
Mix 1 part lavandula augustifolia; 1 part achillea millefolium; 1 part capsella bursa pastoris; 1 part cinnamon; 2 parts matricaria chamomilla.
Take 1 tsp for each cup, put hot water and let it soak 10 min.
1 tsp alchemilla vulgaris for 1 cup of hot water. Let it soak about 5 min.