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red clover

Brand Name :

meadow clover, beebread, purple clover

Synonyms :

red clover

Class :

Dermatology, Oncology, Pulmonary, Herbals





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Actions and Spectrum: 

While red clover (Trifolium pratense) is generally considered safe when used appropriately, there are specific contraindications and precautions to remember. Some of these include: 

  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding: red clover has estrogen-like effects and may be unsafe during pregnancy or breastfeeding. It is recommended to avoid using red clover during these times. 
  • Hormone-sensitive conditions: Because red clover can have estrogen-like effects, it may worsen hormone-sensitive conditions such as breast cancer, endometriosis, and uterine fibroids. It is recommended to avoid using red clover if you have one of these conditions. 
  • Blood-thinning medications: red clover may increase the risk of bleeding when used with blood-thinning medications such as warfarin. It is crucial to speak with a healthcare provider before using red clover if taking these medications. 
  • Allergies: Some people may be allergic to red clover. Symptoms of an allergic reaction can include rash, hives, itching, and difficulty breathing. If you experience these symptoms after using red clover, stop using it immediately and seek medical attention. 
  • Interactions with other medications: red clover may interact with certain types of medications, including birth control pills and medications metabolized by the liver. Speaking with a healthcare provider before using red clover if you are taking any medications is crucial.

DRUG INTERACTION

red clover

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  • clomiphene
  • patisiran
  • imetelstat
  • phenylephrine ophthalmic
  • myoinositol
  • vasicinone
  • soda lime
  • fisetin
  • Reynoutria Japonica
  • Coco Monoethanolamide
  • Betadex
  • lithopone
  • cyperus rotundus
  • papaya juice
  • 1-naphthaleneacetic acid
  • Nordazepam
  • Glechoma hederacea
  • Alternanthera sessilis
  • nicofetamide
  • napthol asol
  • cocamidopropyl betaine
  • musa x paradisiaca
  • dicyclomine/mefenamic acid
  • Sorghum
  • Manganese citrate
  • tovorafenib
  • mefenamic acid/paracetamol
  • eschscholzia californica
  • canna indica root
  • tranexamic acid/mefenamic acid
  • dexverapamil
  • sitogluside
  • secalciferol
  • cefatrizine
  • Sedum Acre
  • Flurogestone
  • Fluocortin
  • Bifendate
  • piprozolin
  • aminacrine undecylate
  • ethylenediamine mandelate
  • pelubiprofen
  • hesperetin
  • butethamine
  • epitiostanol
  • androstenediol
  • Nitroxoline
  • Iocarmic acid
  • Capobenic acid
  • dordaviprone (investigational drug)
  • Vitexin
  • Friluglanstat (investigational drug)
  • scorias spongiosa
  • Luseogliflozin
  • indoxacarb
  • prademagene zamikeracel
  • fidanacogene elaparvovec-dzkt
  • albifylline
  • idanpramine
  • araneus diadematus
  • Sulfamazone
  • Lycosa tarantula
  • malotilate
  • Ethacizine
  • Namilumab
  • Latrunculin B
  • stachyose
  • platinic oxide
  • iopronic acid
  • calcium chloride / potassium chloride/lactic acid/ sodium chloride/sodium hydroxide/sodium lactate solution
  • citric acid/ sodium bicarbonate/ sodium carbonate anhydrous
  • vadadustat
  • permethrin medical grade cis/trans isomers 25/75
  • lutetium, isotope of mass 177
  • human normal immunoglobulin
  • sacrosidase
  • apadamtase alfa, recombinant
  • acetyl hexapeptide-8 amide
  • pemivibart (Investigational)
  • govorestat
  • Zanidatamab
  • sotatеrcеpt
  • MV 140 vaccine
  • leuprorelin implant
  • cinchocaine hydrochloride/fluocortolone hexanoate/fluocortolone pivalate
  • Beautyberry
  • risedronate/calcium/vitamin D3
  • rhubarb extract/senna leaf/sulphur purified/wood charcoal
  • boric acid/kaolin/methyl salicylate/peppermint oil/thymol
  • docosahexaenoic acid/eicospentaenoic acid
  • aluminium hydroxide/magnesium hydroxide/simethicone
  • gentamicin/hydrocortisone
  • succinylcholine
  • sinefungin
  • letibotulinumtoxinA
  • coal tar/coconut oil/salicylic acid
  • camphor/camphor oil white/capsicum oleoresin /menthol/methyl salicylate
  • thioglycolic acid
  • acetic acid auricular
  • roluperidone
  • hydrocortisone/crotamiton topical
  • nystatin/chlorhexidine
  • aluminium chloride hexahydrate
  • ketoprofen topical
  • Chlormethine
  • podophyllotoxin
  • urea/lactic acid
  • autologous chondrocytes implant
  • afelimomab
  • gepotidacin
  • fludroxycortide
  • fentanyl transdermal
  • erythromycin/zinc acetate
  • dibotermin alfa powder
  • desferrioxamine mesilate
  • choline salicylate/magnesium salicylate
  • castor oil/peru balsam/trypsin
  • betamethasone/dexchlorpheniramine maleate
  • benzalkonium chloride solution/cetrimide
  • barzolvolimab
  • ascorbic acid / calcium laevulinate / nicotinamide / calcium pantothenate / calcium chloride / riboflavine / pyridoxine hydrochloride / thiamine hydrochloride
  • argipressin
  • arachis oil refined/chlorobutanol hemihydrate
  • arachis oil/eucalyptol/nutmeg oil/terpineol
  • ammonium chloride/diphenhydramine hydrochloride/levomenthol
  • amino acid mixture d / calcium chloride dihydrate / glucose monohydrate / glycine / magnesium chloride hexahydrate / olive oil / potassium chloride / sodium acetate trihydrate / sodium glycerophosphate pentahydrate / soya-bean oil
  • biotin/colecalciferol/copper (ii)sulfate dried/ cyanocobalamine/ dl-alpha tocopherol acetate/dibasic calcium phosphate anhydrous/folic acid/iron (ii)sulfate dried/ lecithin/ magnesium sulfate dried/ nicotinamide/ pyridoxine hydrochloride/ riboflavin
  • ampicillin sodium / cloxacillin sodium
  • undecylenic acid, undecylenate salts, zincundecate
  • omeprazole/sodium bicarbonate
  • efgartigimod alfa/hyaluronidase
  • xylometazoline/ipratropium
  • cefepime and enmetazobactam
  • isotonic sodium chloride
  • bee venom allergen injection
  • fentanyl intranasal
  • alglucosidase alfa
  • triprolidine/pseudoephedrine
  • pegademase bovine
  • castor oil and peru balsam
  • camphor/eucalyptus oil/menthol
  • oxyquinoline/sodium lauryl sulfate
  • somatorelin
  • menotrophin injection
  • menadiol
  • hylan g-f 20
  • cefepime and taniborbactum
  • water avens
  • camphor/menthol
  • acoramidis
  • elafibranor
  • arrowroot
  • miconazole nitrate/hydrocortisone
  • vildagliptin/metformin
  • dobesilic acid
  • aroxybutynin and atomoxetine
  • hygromycin
  • linvoseltamab
  • nemolizumab
  • aceprometazine
  • limaprost
  • oxazolam
  • trimegestone
  • teceleukin
  • beauty berry
  • dinotefuran
  • imiprothrin
  • transfluthrin
  • thymalfasin
  • technetium Tc 99m tilmanocept
  • glepaglutide
  • marstacimab
  • pixantrone
  • Andiroba
  • arabinoxylan
  • arenaria rubra
  • etripamil
  • jequirity
  • jiaogulan
  • dusquetide
  • rolipram
  • tradipitant
  • sinfungin
  • diclofenac/omeprazole
  • brinzolamide and timolol maleate
  • wormseed
  • wormwood
  • wood sorrel
  • carmellose sodium
  • ibandronic acid
  • cinnarizine and dimenhydrinate
  • ursodeoxycholic acid
  • rhubarb extract/salicylic acid
  • butamirate citrate
  • fumitory
  • taheebo
  • uva ursi
  • vervain
  • coleus
  • coltsfoot
  • crampbark
  • plantain
  • potassium nitrate and silver nitrate
  • gelsemium
  • gentian
  • glucomannan
  • walnut
  • meadowsweet
  • midomafetamine
  • pennyroyal
  • periwinkle
  • betony
  • bitter orange
  • bladderwrack
  • bloodroot
  • emu oil
  • garcinia
  • yellow dock
  • burdock
  • dehydroepiandrosterone
  • aucubin
  • jasmone
  • resacetophenone
  • ecamsule ditriethanolamine
  • feclobuzone
  • fenoprop triethanolamine
  • verdyl acetate
  • caffeic acid
  • cyclamen aldehyde
  • dicetyldimonium chloride
  • wogonin
  • impacarzine
  • laurylpyridinium chloride
  • stepronin
  • matrine
  • sakuranin
  • cannabichromene
  • sandalore
  • sabinene
  • oxypaeoniflora
  • ethylhexyl pelargonate
  • acrylonitrile
  • allyl alcohol
  • dipalmitoylethyl hydroxyethylmonium methosulfate
  • butidrine
  • clothiapine
  • propanediol dicaprylate
  • buchu
  • undecanol
  • enilconazole
  • xymenynic acid
  • angelica
  • nizubaglustat
  • resomelagon
  • ulecaciclib
  • apple cider vinegar
  • bacopa
  • barley grass
  • dandelion
  • deer velvet
  • dolomite
  • bugleweed
  • bupleurum
  • glyceryltrinitrate
  • pociredir
  • asnuciclib
  • actalycabtagene autoleucel
  • butantan–dengue vaccine
  • travoprost/timolol
  • furosemide/potassium chloride
  • amylamine
  • jaborandi
  • patritumab deruxtecan
  • jackfruit
  • sterculia
  • ascorbigen
  • ashitaba
  • androstenetrione
  • andrachne
  • cosibelimab
  • racecadotril
  • neomycin/chlorhexidine
  • octocog alfa
  • cetrimide
  • ispaghula husk
  • polyhexanide
  • octenidine
  • polygeline
  • heparinoid
  • jewelweed
  • boldo
  • anizatrectinib
  • alpinia
  • henbane
  • cynanchum vincetoxicum root and sulfur
  • boditrectinib
  • izumerogant
  • zavondemstat
  • abuta
  • fadogia agrestis
  • fly agaric mushroom
  • meptazinol
  • methoxyflurane
  • tramadol/dexketoprofen
  • betaine/polyhexanide
  • filgotinib
  • inosine acedoben dimepranol
  • alverine citrate
  • hyoscine butylbromide
  • senna+ ispaghula
  • cabbage palm
  • cajeput oil
  • calanus oil
  • calamint
  • canada balsam
  • carnosine
  • alverine citrate/simeticone
  • dihydroartemisinin/piperaquine
  • mebeverine/ispaghula
  • calcipotriol
  • tacalcitol
  • triethyl citrate/ethyl linoleate
  • sodium dilauramidoglutamide lysine
  • fazamorexant
  • avibactam tomilopil and ceftibuten
  • drostanolone
  • tigilanol tiglate
  • isorhynchophylline
  • rhynchophylline
  • crisugabalin
  • epigallocatechin gallate
  • clomocycline
  • corynoxeine
  • isocorynoxeine
  • Culmerciclib
  • Neladenoson
  • ambrein
  • hexylcaine
  • phensuximide
  • resencatinib (investigational)
  • rolusafine
  • pumecitinib
  • arhalofenic acid
  • berdazimer sodium
  • benzquinamide
  • clidinium
  • sulfametopyrazine
  • fulzerasib (Investigational Drug)
  • rovadicitinib (Investigational Drug)
  • Upleganan (Investigational Drug)
  • menthyl ethylamido oxalate
  • quaternium-90 montmorillonite
  • unecritinib (investigational drug)
  • etohexadiol
  • guaiol
  • proximadiol
  • verdinexor
  • sofnobrutinib
  • talbutal
  • ethoxzolamide
  • propiomazine
  • enprofylline
  • phenmetrazine
  • merigolix
  • pralurbactam
  • neracorvir
  • vonifimod
  • apaziquone hydroquinone
  • darizmetinib
  • zandelisib
  • xininurad
  • ritivixibat
  • amiselimod phosphate (investigational drug)
  • emzeltrectinib (investigational drug)
  • ficonalkib
  • cinalukast
  • ulobetasol
  • candoxatril
  • nitrofural
  • acetyldigitoxin
  • bentiromide
  • dextrothyroxine
  • chlorotrianisene
  • remikiren
  • pipobroman
  • vidarabine
  • immune globulin intravenous, human-stwk
  • spermine
  • serine
  • N-acetyl glucosamine
  • valine
  • adenine
  • asparagine
  • citrulline
  • adinazolam
  • interferon alfacon-1
  • interferon alfa-n1
  • felypressin
  • birch triterpenes
  • pyridoxal phosphate
  • technetium Tc-99m arcitumomab
  • beta-alanine
  • dihomo-gamma-linolenic acid
  • urea/hydrocortisone
  • R21/Matrix-M vaccine
  • povidone-iodine (ophthalmic)
  • pheniramine
  • hydrocortisone rectal
  • chloroxylenol/pramoxine/zinc acetate
  • chloroxylenol/pramoxine
  • dextrose/sucrose/vitamin C/zinc sulphate
  • furazolidone/metronidazole/dicyclomine
  • ergocalciferol (vitamin D2)
  • benoxaprofen (discontinued)
  • teicoplanin
  • carbomer
  • chromic chloride / iron (ii) chloride tetrahydrate / potassium iodide / manganese chloride / sodium fluoride / sodium selenite pentahydrate / sodium molybdate dihydrate / zinc chloride/ cupric chloride
  • bufylline
  • lidocaine/prilocaine
  • opium tincture, squill oxymel
  • dibrompropamidine
  • metronidazole/tetracycline/bismuth subsalicylate
  • agnus- castus
  • velaglucerase alfa
  • alendronic acid / colecalciferol
  • bimatoprost / timolol
  • efbemalenograstim alfa
  • dried ferrous sulfate/folic acid
  • dried ferrous sulfate / sodium ascorbate
  • nirogacestat
  • soya-bean oil, medium-chain triglycerides
  • demeclocycline hydrochloride and triamcinolone acetonide
  • fusidic acid / hydrocortisone acetate
  • macrogol
  • storax, benzoin
  • nomegestrol acetate/estradiol
  • flumetasone pivalate/ clioquinol
  • berdazimer topical (Pending FDA Approval)
  • buflomedil
  • butobarbital
  • andexanet alfa
  • methoxypolyethylene glycol-epoetin beta
  • viscum abietis
  • pramoxine vaginal
  • bupivacaine implant
  • cromolyn sodium, inhaled
  • pneumococcal vaccine 20-valent
  • bimatoprost ophthalmic implant
  • tick-borne encephalitis vaccine
  • chloroprocaine ophthalmic
  • travoprost intraocular implant (Pending FDA approval)
  • typhoid polysaccharide vaccine
  • sodium phosphate rectal
  • human papillomavirus vaccine, nonavalent
  • peanut immunotherapy epicutaneous (FDA approval pending)
  • cromolyn sodium, intranasal
  • red blood cells(Blood component)
  • oral mucoadhesive
  • clindamycin vaginal
  • whole blood (Blood Component)
  • fibrinogen/thrombin
  • levothyroxine/liothyronine
  • ipratropium intranasal
  • metronidazole vaginal
  • cyamemazine
  • brinase
  • reviparin
  • ulinastatin
  • saruplase
  • acepromazine
  • emylcamate
  • methionine
  • amino acids and electrolytes in dextrose with calcium
  • slippery elm
  • camostat
  • hemoglobin crosfumaril
  • moperone
  • chlormidazole
  • brilaroxazine
  • palopegteriparatide
  • diazepam buccal
  • benegrastim (pending for FDA approval)
  • COVID-19 vaccine, adjuvanted-Novavax
  • vestronidase alfa-vjbk
  • tebipenem (Pending FDA Approval)
  • tislelizumab (Pending FDA Approval)
  • zolbetuximab (Pending FDA Approval)
  • zoliflodacin (pending FDA approval)
  • zibotentan and dapagliflozin
  • fluorine F18 DCFPyL
  • debamestrocel
  • givinostat
  • amubarvimab and romlusevimab(Pending FDA Approval)
  • sabizabulin(Pending FDA approval)
  • fexapotide(Phase 3 Clinical trial)
  • diatrizoic acid
  • drotaverine
  • diethyl phthalate
  • enclomiphene
  • epalrestat
  • ethamsylate
  • flupirtine
  • imidurea
  • sodium glycolate
  • feracrylum
  • ethacridine
  • furazolidone/metronidazole
  • ozagrel hydrochloride
  • leptazol
  • l-glutamic acid /vitamin B complex
  • etizolam
  • etizolam/propranolol
  • ethoheptazine citrate
  • etophylline and theophylline
  • etophylline
  • finger millet
  • drotaverine/mefenamic acid
  • dichloroxylenol
  • pneumococcal 7-valent vaccine
  • diclofenac and metaxalone
  • dipivefrin ophthalmic
  • enbucrilate
  • potassium citrate and citric acid
  • potassium gluconate
  • aclarubicin
  • alfuzosin/dutasteride
  • adrenochrome monosemicarbazone
  • selenium sulfide topical
  • sertaconazole
  • amorolfine cream
  • amsacrine
  • amylmetacresol
  • sulfonated phenolics in aqueous solution
  • technetium Tc-99m sulfur colloid
  • raltitrexed
  • romiplostim
  • acediasulfone
  • azulene
  • acebrophylline
  • clonazepam/escitalopram oxalate
  • allylestrenol
  • andrographolide
  • artemotil
  • technetium Tc-99m sestamibi
  • rubidium Rb-82
  • somapacitan
  • sodium sulfate, magnesium sulfate and potassium sulfate
  • almitrine
  • gramicidin
  • nikethamide
  • technetium Tc-99m sodium pertechnetate
  • betiatide
  • prilocaine/epinephrine
  • amlexanox
  • acetaminophen/salicylamide/phenyltoloxamine
  • neomycin topical
  • zilucoplan
  • antazoline and xylometazoline
  • toripalimab
  • iron isomaltoside
  • meningococcal A C Y and W polysaccharide tetanus toxoid conjugate vaccine
  • meningococcal A C Y and W-135 diphtheria conjugate vaccine
  • tetradecyl Sulfuric Acid
  • benzoyl peroxide, clindamycin phosphate, adapalene
  • ethylephedrine
  • actarit
  • pyrantel tartrate
  • tenofovir disoproxil fumarate or tenofovir DF
  • melitracen
  • amitriptylinoxide(Phase 4 Clinical Trials)
  • threonine
  • ditiocarb zinc
  • epicriptine
  • levallorphan
  • kinetin
  • laurocapram
  • pentagastrin
  • parthenolide
  • nicoboxil
  • protionamide
  • prulifloxacin
  • proscillaridin
  • tizanidine and rofecoxib
  • tolnaftate, gentamicin, chinoform and betamethasone valerate
  • pine bark extract
  • pipenzolate methylbromide
  • bephenium hydroxynaphthoate
  • niclosamide
  • pyrvinium
  • pipenzolate methylbromide/phenobarbitone
  • piracetam/ginkgo biloba/vinpocetine
  • benzyl benzoate/disulfiram
  • benzyl benzoate
  • loperamide/simethicone
  • piroctone olamine
  • sodium fusidate
  • piroxicam topical/capsaicin/menthol/methyl salicylate
  • sodium metabisulfite
  • sodium lauryl sulfate
  • taspoglutide
  • glyclopyramide
  • tolnaftate, gentamicin, iodochlorohydroxyquinoline, chlorocresol, betamethasone valerate
  • serratiopeptidase
  • sodium antimony gluconate
  • triamterene / benzthiazide
  • tribenoside / lidocaine
  • triclocarban
  • triprolidine/dextromethorphan  
  • vitamins/minerals/omega-3 Fatty acids
  • soyabean oil
  • sucralfate/oxethazaine
  • sucralfate/tinidazole/povidone iodine
  • sodium cromoglycate
  • aloe vera/liquid paraffin/white soft paraffin
  • aloe vera/jojoba oil/vitamin E
  • allantoin/triclosan/vitamin e/zinc oxide
  • alpha-Lipoic acid/minerals/multivitamins
  • alprazolam/paracetamol
  • alprazolam/melatonin
  • azithromycin/ambroxol
  • atorvastatin/clopidogrel/aspirin
  • aceclofenac, paracetamol and serratiopeptidase
  • alfacalcidol, vitamin B-complex, minerals and antioxidants
  • alpha- lipoic acid, vitamin b complex and vitamin c
  • alpha-galactosidase and simethicone
  • alpha-galactosidase, amylase, proteases, lipase and lactase
  • amikacin and cefepime
  • aminophylline, ephedrine and phenobarbitone
  • artesunate, sulphadoxine and pyrimethamine
  • finasteride/tamsulosin
  • flavoxate/ofloxacin
  • fenofibrate/metformin
  • lignocaine, hydrocortisone topical and allantoin
  • linoleic acid and sodium lactate
  • troxerutin
  • meclizine/nicotinic acid
  • mecobalamin/ginkgo Biloba
  • spirulina
  • loperamide and furazolidone
  • ketoconazole/cetrimide
  • ketoconazole/zinc pyrithione
  • lercanidipine/atenolol
  • levocetirizine/montelukast/ambroxol
  • levarterenol
  • levocetirizine/phenylpropanolamine 
  • indapamide/amlodipine
  • itopride/methyl polysiloxane
  • mebendazole/levamisole
  • eberconazole/mometasone
  • gliclazide/metformin/pioglitazone
  • fluconazole/tinidazole
  • haemocoagulase
  • halometasone
  • hesperidin
  • imipramine/chlordiazepoxide
  • idebenone / l-arginine / zinc sulphate/selenium/proanthocyanidin
  • mecobalamin and piracetam
  • mesterolone
  • mosapride and pantoprazole
  • atorvastatin, co enzyme q10, vitamin e, zinc, and selenium
  • azithromycin and benzalkonium chloride
  • beta carotene, vitamin c, vitamin e, minerals, lutein, eicosapentaenoic acid, docosahexenoic acid and vit b12
  • alpha-galactosidase
  • aloe vera gel/vitamin e/lactic acid
  • aloe vera gel/jojoba/vitamin e/glycerine
  • famotidine and domperidone
  • faropenem medoxomil
  • nedosiran
  • fluconazole/ornidazole/azithromycin
  • ebastine/montelukast
  • eberconazole
  • dienogest/estradiol valerate
  • ambroxol/salbutamol
  • benzoic acid/salicylic acid/ichthammol/ triamcinolone acetonide
  • desloratadine/ambroxol
  • dexibuprofen/paracetamol
  • atorvastatin/ramipril
  • diastase
  • diastase and simethicone
  • diazepam and propranolol
  • dexrabeprazole / domperidone
  • dexrabeprazole
  • dexketoprofen /paracetamol
  • beta carotene/vitamin C/minerals
  • aloe vera gel/urea
  • aloe vera gel/glycerine
  • alpha-lipoic acid/benfotiamine/chromium/folic acid/mecobalamin / vit b6
  • alprazolam/propranolol
  • alprazolam /sertraline
  • ibuprofen/dextropropoxyphene
  • ambroxol/cetirizine/phenylephrine/ guaiphenesin/menthol
  • dextropropoxyphene/dexchlorpheniramine maleate/bromhexine
  • promegestone
  • batroxobin
  • bencyclane
  • benfluorex
  • acetylpheneturide
  • abarelix
  • abetimus
  • naftidrofuryl
  • nalorphine
  • oxiracetam
  • letosteine
  • lafutidine
  • leuprorelin
  • levodropropizine
  • glutaral
  • losartan/ramipril
  • gallopamil
  • lanatoside c
  • lauromacrogol
  • gestodene
  • aceclofenac/methyl salicylate/menthol/linseed oil/capsaicin
  • aceclofenac/paracetamol/tizanidine
  • alginic acid/magaldrate/simethicone
  • aceclofenac/paracetamol
  • aceclofenac/rabeprazole
  • alginic acid
  • pantoprazole and domperidone
  • urokinase
  • rimiterol
  • olanzapine/fluoxetine
  • normethadone/hydroxyephedrine
  • myrtol
  • moxonidine
  • propylhexedrine
  • sodium hypochlorite solution
  • sodium chloride/sodium citrate
  • Hepatitis B Vaccine (Recombinant [Adjuvanted])
  • Hepatitis B Vaccine (Recombinant)
  • aceclofenac and serratiopeptidase
  • levosulpiride
  • niaprazine
  • tromantadine
  • trimetazidine
  • vinburnine
  • mizoribine
  • molgramostim
  • mosapride
  • eugenol
  • tolperisone
  • etamsylate
  • etynodiol
  • mizolastine
  • metenolone
  • reproterol
  • rebamipide
  • mephenoxalone
  • metandienone
  • furosemide/spironolactone
  • hydroxycarbamide
  • tenonitrozole
  • fenoverine
  • fenquizone
  • tiapride
  • tibolone
  • furazolidone
  • furosemide & amiloride
  • fosfestrol
  • fluclorolone
  • flubendazole
  • tertatolol
  • tetracosactide
  • tetryzoline
  • tolciclate
  • trapidil
  • troxipide
  • temoporfin
  • telbivudine
  • teprenone
  • hexamidine
  • mebhydrolin
  • mepartricin
  • fencamfamin
  • medazepam
  • theodrenaline
  • thiamazole
  • thiocolchicoside
  • psilocybin
  • veralipride
  • pyritinol
  • opipramol
  • oprelvekin
  • betamethasone + gentamicin
  • betamethasone + neomycin
  • betamethasone + salicylic acid
  • oxedrine
  • bopindolol
  • orgotein (investigational)
  • oxaceprol
  • ormeloxifene
  • bevantolol
  • bifemelane
  • clebopride
  • demoxytocin
  • cicletanine
  • cefsulodin
  • chlortalidon
  • sisomicin
  • somatrem
  • carbazochrome
  • caroverine
  • cathine
  • ipriflavone
  • isepamicin
  • silymarin
  • simethicone
  • sermorelin
  • diloxanide
  • dimethindene
  • diosmin/hesperidin
  • calamine
  • canrenone
  • captodiame
  • imidapril
  • cefetamet
  • cefodizime
  • cefoperazone + sulbactam
  • ivermectin + albendazole
  • serrapeptase
  • bromisoval
  • beraprost
  • pridinol
  • proglumide
  • bamipine
  • barnidipine
  • bamifylline
  • benzbromarone
  • betamethasone/fusidic acid
  • para-chlorophenol
  • pantethine
  • nomifensine
  • pemoline
  • parnaparin
  • pentolinium
  • nialamide
  • novobiocin
  • nicergoline
  • octocrylene
  • octisalate
  • oftasceine
  • oxolamine
  • oxyphencyclimine
  • penfluridol
  • pentoxyverine
  • phenoxymethylpenicillin
  • picloxydine
  • pilsicainide hydrochloride
  • piperazine
  • pirarubicin
  • policresulen
  • prifinium bromide
  • prethcamide
  • pristinamycin
  • pirenzepine
  • piribedil
  • pimethixene
  • pargyline
  • phosphatidyl choline
  • phthalylsulfathiazole
  • phytomenadione
  • pranlukast
  • pinazepam
  • oxyphenonium
  • noxytiolin
  • periciazine
  • pethidine
  • phenindamine
  • histidine
  • isoleucine
  • proline
  • lauric acid
  • lymecycline
  • hypromellose
  • abiraterone acetate and niraparib
  • ichthammol
  • levamisole
  • naftazone
  • nefopam
  • oxprenolol
  • oxybuprocaine
  • elranatamab-bcmm
  • lapyrium
  • isoaminile
  • iotrolan
  • mazindol
  • masoprocol
  • lypressin
  • meradimate
  • molsidomine
  • monobenzone
  • mequinol/gluconolactone/ lactobionic acid/ arbutin
  • medifoxamine
  • mebutamate
  • metergoline
  • methantheline
  • methdilazine
  • metocurine
  • micronomicin
  • metaraminol
  • mephenesin
  • menadione
  • medrysone
  • metixene
  • levobetaxolol
  • guaiacol glycerol ether
  • eucalyptol
  • sodium tetradecyl sulfate
  • sugammadex
  • carbetocin
  • certoparin
  • chlorcyclizine/pseudoephedrine
  • cephapirin
  • indecainide
  • iobitridol
  • iomeprol
  • chlorphenesin
  • msud analog
  • msud maxamum
  • iceland moss
  • glutethimide
  • hexachlorophene
  • haloprogin
  • deferoxamine
  • ethchlorvynol
  • dexpanthenol topical
  • etilefrine
  • deslanoside
  • carbocromen
  • diazolidinylurea
  • dibenzepin
  • etofamide
  • guanoxan
  • halazepam
  • guanadrel sulfate
  • dapiprazole
  • soapwort
  • debrisoquine
  • l-tryptophan
  • chlormerodrin
  • chlorquinaldol
  • cetrimonium
  • carbocisteine
  • chlorcyclizine/codeine
  • technetium Tc-99m tetrofosmin
  • technetium Tc-99m disofenin
  • technetium Tc-99m gluceptate
  • technetium Tc-99m labeled red blood cells
  • amylmetacresol/dextromethorphan hydrobromide
  • anileridine phosphate
  • pyrethrins
  • pyrantel pamoate
  • quinagolide
  • spiramycin
  • standard hyperkalemic cardioplegia solution
  • technetium tc-99m mertiatide
  • technetium tc-99m medronate
  • bemotrizinol / bisoctrizole
  • benfotiamine
  • bemotrizinol + titanium dioxide + zinc oxide
  • technetium Tc-99m oxidronate
  • technetium Tc-99m pentetate
  • technetium Tc-99m pyrophosphate
  • benziodarone
  • octinoxate/bisoctrizole
  • bicisate dihydrochloride
  • technetium Tc-99m bicisate
  • norelgestromin/ethinyl estradiol
  • norgestimate/ethinyl estradiol
  • ximelagatran (investigational)
  • xamoterol
  • trioxsalen
  • poly-urea urethane
  • rilmenidine
  • pemirolast
  • oxitriptan
  • beclomethasone, intranasal
  • thimerosal
  • camphor gel
  • camphor
  • mumps virus vaccine, live
  • rubella virus vaccine, live
  • aluminum chloride (dental)
  • alum irrigation
  • framycetin, phenylephrine, and gramicidin
  • ombitasvir, paritaprevir, ritonavir, and dasabuvir
  • olipudase alfa
  • etonogestrel/ethinyl estradiol
  • mycophenolate
  • fluoroestradiol F 18
  • donor organ cardioplegia solution
  • fluciclovine F 18
  • fusidic acid (ophthalmic)
  • fusidic acid and hydrocortisone
  • framycetin, dexamethasone, and gramicidin
  • fludeoxyglucose F-18
  • fluorouracil/salicylic acid
  • indium In-111 oxyquinoline
  • indium In-111 pentetreotide
  • indium In-111 capromab pendetide
  • lusutrombopag
  • mitomycin (ophthalmic)
  • mifepristone and misoprostol
  • minoxidil (systemic)
  • methyl aminolevulinate (topical)
  • methyl folate, methylcobalamin, and acetylcysteine
  • ciclesonide/formoterol/tiotropium
  • nedocromil (Oral Inhalation)
  • batefenterol (Investigational)
  • neostigmine and glycopyrrolate
  • nepafenac ophthalmic
  • netupitant/palonosetron
  • meperidine and promethazine
  • mepivacaine and levonordefrin
  • maltodextrin
  • medical cannabis
  • medium chain triglycerides
  • mometasone/glycopyrrolate (glycopyrronium)/ indacaterol
  • moxifloxacin ophthalmic
  • neomycin/fluocinolone
  • nadroparin
  • iodine I-125 iothalamate
  • amikacin liposome (oral inhalation)
  • bupivacaine liposome
  • natamycin
  • lopinavir and ritonavir
  • lysine
  • macitentan and tadalafil
  • mitomycin pyelocalyceal
  • moclobemide
  • mometasone and indacaterol
  • efinaconazole
  • blue-green algae
  • indocyanine green
  • follitropin beta
  • lumasiran
  • glycerin/lidocaine
  • edrophonium/atropine
  • indigo carmine
  • lutropin alfa
  • instant glucose/intravenous dextrose
  • iobenguane I-123
  • ixekizumab
  • isosulfan blue dye
  • levofloxacin ophthalmic
  • levonorgestrel oral/ferrous bisglycinate/ ethinylestradiol
  • ethinyl estradiol/levonorgestrel transdermal
  • hydroquinone
  • hydroxypropyl methylcellulose
  • icodextrin
  • lipid emulsion (soybean, medium-chain triglyceride, olive, and fish oils; [SMOF])
  • iodinated I 125 albumin
  • iodinated I 131 albumin
  • lipid emulsion (plant oil-based)
  • levonorgestrel intrauterine
  • levonorgestrel/ethinyl estradiol
  • lactic acid and sodium-PCA
  • lactated Ringer solution
  • ketotifen (systemic)
  • lanolin
  • leuprolide and norethindrone
  • levodopa and benserazide
  • gonadorelin acetate
  • hemodialysis solutions
  • nirsevimab
  • gentian violet
  • gallium ga-68 dotatate
  • fusidic acid and betamethasone
  • gallium citrate Ga-67
  • gadopentetate dimeglumine
  • gadofosveset
  • follitropin delta
  • follitropin alfa and lutropin alfa
  • follitropin alfa
  • rocatinlimab
  • grass pollens allergen extract
  • flotufolastat F18
  • fluorescein ophthalmic
  • barium
  • balanced salt solution
  • air polymer type A intrauterine device
  • clodronate
  • bentoquatam
  • clobetasone
  • alfacalcidol
  • citric acid/glucono-delta-lactone/magnesium carbonate
  • benzoin
  • desirudin
  • immune globulin IV (IGIV)
  • dequalinium
  • pseudoephedrine/desloratadine
  • clofedanol
  • cyproterone and ethinyl estradiol
  • dextranomer and hyaluronic acid or derivatives
  • diatrizoate meglumine and diatrizoate sodium
  • glucosamine sulfate, chondroitin sulfate and Msm
  • squill
  • gotu kola
  • blessed thistle
  • bitter melon
  • apraclonidine
  • chlophedianol/dexbrompheniramine/pseudoephedrine
  • wild jujube
  • chitosan
  • cilazapril/hydrochlorothiazide
  • dexbrompheniramine and phenylephrine
  • diethylene triamine penta-acetic acid
  • dexchlorpheniramine and pseudoephedrine
  • lily of the valley
  • diflucortolone
  • corydalis
  • lemon balm
  • MSM
  • calcium polystyrene sulfonate
  • caprylidene
  • peppermint oil
  • efavirenz/lamivudine/tenofovir DF
  • emtricitabine/tenofovir DF /efavirenz
  • dutasteride/tamsulosin
  • milk thistle
  • centaury
  • horseweed
  • lycopus
  • agrimony
  • alfalfa
  • kava
  • cetrorelix
  • cetylpyridinium
  • chlophedianol and dexbrompheniramine
  • betahistine
  • choline C-11
  • boric acid vaginal suppository
  • aluminum acetate
  • aluminum chloride hexahydrate
  • 14-C urea breath test
  • absorbable collagen
  • valoctocogene roxaparvovec-rvox
  • amlodipine and celecoxib
  • aspirin and omeprazole
  • azilsartan and chlorthalidone
  • landiolol (Pending FDA approval)
  • isosorbide dinitrate/hydralazine
  • losartan/hydrochorothiazide
  • udenafil
  • dextromethorphan/quinidine
  • onasemnogene abeparvovec
  • orphenadrine/aspirin/caffeine
  • trace elements
  • sodium phenylbutyrate/ taurursodiol
  • fish oil triglycerides
  • infant formula
  • glutamine
  • chloroquine phosphate
  • afatinib
  • quinidine gluconate
  • methylergonovine
  • prothrombin complex concentrate, human
  • BCG intravesical live
  • capivasertib
  • cedazuridine
  • carbonyl iron
  • iron dextran complex
  • lovotibeglogene autotemcel (FDA Approval Pending)
  • sodium benzoate/sodium phenylacetate
  • mineral oil otic
  • zolmitriptan transdermal
  • midazolam intranasal
  • fosinopril/hydrochlorothiazide
  • caplacizumab
  • arginine
  • sodium phenylbutyrate
  • meloxicam/rizatriptan
  • manganese
  • acetaminophen/pamabrom/pyridoxine
  • varicella zoster immune globulin, human
  • amitriptyline/perphenazine
  • narsoplimab (Pending FDA Approval)
  • amlodipine/perindopril
  • imiglucerase
  • canagliflozin/metformin
  • tafamidis meglumine
  • somatrogon-ghla
  • glimepiride/rosiglitazone
  • becaplermin
  • lithium
  • loxapine inhaled
  • nicotine transdermal
  • tixagevimab and cilgavimab (Investigational)
  • muromonab CD3
  • ansuvimab
  • coal tar bath products
  • fibrin sealant
  • arimoclomol (FDA Approval Pending)
  • varenicline intranasal
  • aducanumab
  • oxycodone/naloxone
  • ritlecitinib
  • sodium polystyrene sulfonate
  • calcipotriene/betamethasone
  • calcium hydroxylapatite
  • cantharidin topical
  • doxepin cream
  • clocortolone
  • formaldehyde topical
  • sodium sulfide topical
  • collagenase
  • selegiline transdermal
  • foscarbidopa/foslevodopa (FDA approval pending)
  • saxagliptin/metformin
  • linagliptin/metformin
  • linzagolix (FDA approval pending)
  • efgartigimod/hyaluronidase SC
  • elamipretide (Pending FDA approval)
  • rozanolixizumab
  • diazoxide
  • glimepiride/pioglitazone
  • cipaglucosidase alfa
  • dihydroergotamine intranasal
  • delandistrogene moxeparvovec
  • beremagene geperpavec
  • hyaluronic acid and derivatives
  • hyaluronic acid, non-animal stabilized
  • eplontersen (FDA Approval Pending)
  • nitric oxide gas
  • sodium phenylbutyrate and taurursodiol
  • treprostinil SC
  • viltolarsen
  • albuterol/ipratropium
  • budesonide inhaled
  • budesonide rectal
  • palovarotene
  • sodium sulfate/potassium chloride/magnesium sulfate/polyethylene glycol
  • amino acids mixture
  • aminobenzoate potassium
  • elivaldogene autotemcel
  • naproxen and sumatriptan
  • sumatriptan intranasal
  • alglucerase
  • metformin/rosiglitazone
  • ertugliflozin/metformin
  • elosulfase alfa
  • calcium carbonate/magnesium hydroxide
  • starch suppository
  • abicipar pegol (FDA Approval Pending)
  • riboflavin 5′-phosphate ophthalmic
  • povidone ophthalmic
  • glycerin oropharyngeal
  • dimethicone topical
  • menthol topical, dimethicone topical
  • pramoxine topical, menthol topical and dimethicone topical
  • phosphorated carbohydrate
  • brilliant blue G ophthalmic
  • brolucizumab intravitreal
  • purified water, ophthalmic
  • hydroxyethyl cellulose ophthalmic
  • ranibizumab intravitreal implant
  • sodium chloride hypertonic, ophthalmic 
  • cetirizine ophthalmic
  • phentolamine ophthalmic
  • ganciclovir ophthalmic
  • triamcinolone intravitreal
  • ocriplasmin intravitreal
  • atoltivimab/maftivimab/odesivimab
  • pegcetacoplan intravitreal
  • triamcinolone acetonide extended-release injectable suspension
  • tobramycin/loteprednol ophthalmic
  • 2-octyl cyanoacrylate
  • vitamins A & D topical
  • diphenhydramine/allantoin topical
  • pyrethrins/piperonyl butoxide
  • lodoxamide ophthalmic
  • obeticholic acid
  • fluocinolone intravitreal implant
  • sincalide
  • linaclotide
  • nedocromil ophthalmic
  • cysteamine ophthalmic
  • avacincaptad pegol intravitreal
  • azelastine ophthalmic
  • bacitracin ophthalmic
  • propylene glycol ophthalmic
  • rimexolone ophthalmic
  • metoclopramide intranasal
  • mirikizumab
  • netarsudil ophthalmic
  • cenegermin
  • dexamethasone ophthalmic insert
  • prednisolone ophthalmic
  • phenylephrine and cocoa butter rectal
  • phenylephrine and witch hazel topical
  • phenylephrine, pramoxine, glycerin and petrolatum rectal
  • bisacodyl rectal
  • aluminum hydroxide/magnesium carbonate
  • aluminum hydroxide/magnesium hydroxide
  • hyoscyamine spray
  • methenamine/methylene blue/ hyoscyamine/ sodium phosphate monobasic/ phenyl salicylate
  • phenylephrine
  • chlorophyll
  • castor oil
  • cholic acid
  • phenol oropharyngeal
  • articaine/epinephrine
  • antithymocyte globulin equine
  • aluminum hydroxide/magnesium trisilicate
  • methenamine/hyoscyamine
  • hydrocortisone topical/pramoxine topical 
  • sodium fluoride topical
  • mesna
  • C1 esterase inhibitor recombinant
  • menthol and pectin
  • menthol oropharyngeal
  • pectin oropharyngeal
  • gepirone
  • Goldenseal
  • polyethylene glycol and electrolytes
  • polyethylene glycol/electrolytes/sodium ascorbate/ascorbic acid
  • brompheniramine/pseudoephedrine/dextromethorphan
  • brompheniramine phenylephrine
  • acetaminophen/doxylamine/phenylephrine
  • doxylamine/acetaminophen/pseudoephedrine/dextromethorphan
  • acetaminophen/doxylamine/dextromethorphan
  • acetaminophen/doxylamine/dextromethorphan/phenylephrine
  • eslicarbazepine
  • fluticasone and salmeterol
  • codeine, acetaminophen, butalbital and caffeine
  • codeine, chlorpheniramine and phenylephrine
  • iodine
  • povidone iodine
  • butalbital/aspirin/caffeine/codeine
  • polyethylene glycol 400/propylene glycol ophthalmic 
  • pegvaliase
  • amivantamab
  • iopamidol
  • codeine and pseudoephedrine
  • emtricitabine, rilpivirine, tenofovir DF
  • penicillin G aqueous
  • miconazole topical
  • miconazole vaginal
  • ciprofloxacin inhaled (Pending FDA approval)
  • ceftazidime/avibactam
  • ceftolozane/​tazobactam
  • aztreonam inhalation
  • amphotericin B cholesteryl sulfate
  • miconazole oral
  • elvitegravir/cobicistat/emtricitabine/tenofovir DF
  • isavuconazonium sulfate
  • dapivirine intravaginal (FDA Approval Pending)
  • lamivudine/raltegravir
  • codeine/triprolidine/pseudoephedrine
  • cadexomer iodine
  • brompheniramine/pseudoephedrine
  • codeine/acetaminophen
  • codeine/guaifenesin
  • beclomethasone inhaled
  • epoetin beta/methoxy polyethylene glycol
  • voreloxin(Orphan Drug)
  • rociletinib
  • pitcher plant
  • phosphatidylserine
  • telotristat ethyl
  • copper CU 64 dotatate
  • urea topical
  • exenatide subdermal implant
  • asenapine transdermal
  • ethiodized oil
  • urea oral
  • miglustat
  • acalisib(Investigational)
  • acetophenazine
  • guggul
  • aceneuramic acid
  • mestranol/norethindrone
  • reishi
  • lactitol
  • vonoprazan fumarate
  • motherwort
  • silver nitrate
  • salicylic acid/sulfur shampoo
  • salicylic acid topical
  • ketorolac ophthalmic
  • ketoconazole topical
  • Japanese encephalitis virus vaccine
  • dibucaine topical ointment
  • ketorolac intranasal
  • ketorolac/phenylephrine ophthalmic
  • rotavirus oral vaccine, live
  • guarana
  • hops
  • krill oil
  • salicylic acid/coal tar shampoo
  • sufentanil SL
  • pancrelipase
  • passion flower
  • pepdite one plus
  • nivolumab and relatlimab
  • relatlimab (Pending FDA Approval)
  • benzalkonium chloride/benzocaine
  • ketotifen, drug-eluting contact lens
  • calcitriol topical
  • oxymetazoline topical
  • alclometasone topical
  • capsaicin topical
  • diclofenac/misoprostol
  • diclofenac ophthalmic
  • diclofenac topical
  • pramoxine/calamine topical
  • veverimer
  • tolazoline
  • olopatadine ophthalmic
  • lutetium lu 177-dota-tate
  • lutetium lu 177 vipivotide tetraxetan
  • strontium 89 chloride
  • interferon alfa n3
  • lutetium Lu 177- Diethylenetriamine Pentaacetic acid-omburtamab (FDA Approval Pending)
  • samarium sm 153 lexidronam
  • cytomegalovirus immune globulin (CMV IG)
  • antithymocyte globulin rabbit
  • inolimomab (Pending FDA Approval)
  • olopatadine intranasal
  • olopatadine intranasal/​mometasone, intranasal
  • benzocaine/butamben/tetracaine topical
  • antipyrine/benzocaine/phenylephrine
  • dyclonine/menthol
  • surufatinib
  • fruquintinib
  • dostarlimab
  • hepatitis B immune globulin (HBIG)
  • remestemcel-L
  • benzocaine/menthol oropharyngeal
  • interferon beta 1b
  • tetracaine/oxymetazoline intranasal
  • benzocaine oropharyngeal
  • benzalkonium chloride/menthol/petrolatum topical
  • inamrinone
  • alpha 1 proteinase inhibitor
  • potassium bicarbonate/potassium citrate
  • potassium phosphate/sodium acid phosphate
  • asparaginase Erwinia chrysanthemi recombinant
  • motixafortide
  • pegloticase
  • etesevimab
  • Rho(D) immune globulin
  • tetanus immune globulin (TIG)
  • reltecimod (pending FDA approval)
  • avasopasem
  • trimethoprim/polymyxin B ophthalmic
  • naphazoline ophthalmic
  • sulfacetamide topical
  • sirolimus intravitreal (pending FDA approval)
  • sirolimus protein bound
  • sirolimus topical
  • glycopyrronium tosylate topical
  • sofpironium
  • olmesartan, amlodipine and hydrochlorothiazide
  • dovitinib (Pending FDA Approval)
  • epinephrine inhaled
  • quizartinib (Pending FDA Approval)
  • ranibizumab intravitreal injection
  • sodium hyaluronate
  • bacitracin and lidocaine topical
  • brimonidine topical
  • benzoyl peroxide and tretinoin topical
  • talquetamab
  • betrixaban
  • acetaminophen/caffeine/pyrilamine
  • fentanyl transmucosal
  • bacitracin topical
  • buprenorphine,long-acting injection
  • buprenorphine buccal
  • nalmefene intranasal
  • sulbactam/durlobactam
  • metronidazole topical 
  • daratumumab/hyaluronidase
  • glofitamab
  • rituximab-hyaluronidase
  • drospirenone/ethinyl estradiol/levomefolate
  • loncastuximab tesirine
  • ingenol mebutate topical
  • momelotinib
  • trastuzumab/deruxtecan
  • trastuzumab/hyaluronidase
  • trastuzumab duocarmazine
  • lifileucel
  • umbralisib
  • eflornithine/sulindac
  • cytarabine/daunorubicin liposomal
  • doxorubicin liposomal
  • epcoritamab
  • lanadelumab  
  • esomeprazole/naproxen 
  • terbinafine topical
  • ravulizumab
  • clotrimazole topical
  • choline magnesium trisalicylate
  • tacrolimus ointment
  • mechlorethamine topical
  • donislecel
  • pozelimab (Pending FDA Approval)
  • human rabies immune globulin (HRIG)
  • melphalan flufenamide
  • sintilimab (Pending FDA Approval)
  • oportuzumab monatox (Pending FDA Approval)
  • sotorasib
  • irinotecan liposomal
  • sulfur topical
  • silver sulfadiazine
  • capsaicin transdermal
  • sutimlimab
  • tretinoin topical
  • acetaminophen rectal
  • menthol topical
  • naftifine
  • oatmeal, colloidal topical
  • oxiconazole
  • methylsalicylate/menthol topical
  • C1 inhibitor human
  • lifitegrast ophthalmic
  • prednisolone/sulfacetamide ophthalmic
  • mannitol inhalation
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red clover + 

 

Suggested Dosing 

Flower tops 

4 gm 

Liquid extract 

1.5-3 ml 

Tincture 

1-2 ml 

Isoflavins preparation by standardized commercially 40-80 mg every day. 

Osteoporosis 

Promensil(Specific extract)- 40 mg every day



Chronic Bronchitis 

Indicated for Cancer, skin sores, asthma, bronchitis :


4 mg of flower tops orally three times a day
Or
4 gm of flower tops in 150 ml of water;1 cup of tea orally three times a day
Or
1.5-3 ml of liquid extract orally three times a day;1:1 in 25% alcohol
1-2 ml of tincture orally three times a day;1:10 in 45% alcohol



Chronic Bronchitis 

Indicated for Cancer, skin sores, asthma, bronchitis :


4 mg of flower tops orally three times a day
Or
4 gm of flower tops in 150 ml of water;1 cup of tea orally three times a day
Or
1.5-3 ml of liquid extract orally three times a day;1:1 in 25% alcohol
1-2 ml of tincture orally three times a day;1:10 in 45% alcohol



 
 

Frequency not defined 

Rash 

Estrogen-like effects 

Black Box Warning: 

There is currently no black box warning for the red Clover herbal supplement. 

Contraindication/Caution: 

Contraindication 

While red clover (Trifolium pratense) is generally considered safe when used appropriately, there are specific contraindications and precautions to remember. Some of these include: 

  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding: red clover has estrogen-like effects and may be unsafe during pregnancy or breastfeeding. It is recommended to avoid using red clover during these times. 
  • Hormone-sensitive conditions: Because red clover can have estrogen-like effects, it may worsen hormone-sensitive conditions such as breast cancer, endometriosis, and uterine fibroids. It is recommended to avoid using red clover if you have one of these conditions. 
  • Blood-thinning medications: red clover may increase the risk of bleeding when used with blood-thinning medications such as warfarin. It is crucial to speak with a healthcare provider before using red clover if taking these medications. 
  • Allergies: Some people may be allergic to red clover. Symptoms of an allergic reaction can include rash,itching, hives, and difficulty breathing. If you experience these symptoms after using red clover, stop using it immediately and seek medical attention. 
  • Interactions with other medications: red clover may interact with certain types of medications, including birth control pills and medications metabolized by the liver. Speaking with a healthcare provider before using red clover if you are taking any medications is essential. 

Caution 

While red clover (Trifolium pratense) is generally considered safe when used appropriately, there are some cautions to remember. Some of these include: 

  • Dosage: It is essential to follow the recommended dosage instructions for red clover, as taking too much may cause side effects such as headache, nausea, and rash. 
  • Duration of use: red clover should not be used for extended periods without the guidance of a healthcare provider. Long-term use may increase the risk of specific health problems. 
  • Interactions with medications: red clover may interact with certain medications, including blood-thinning and birth control pills. Speaking with a healthcare provider before using red clover if you are taking any medications is crucial. 
  • Allergic reactions: Some people might be allergic to red clover. If you experience itching, hives, or difficulty breathing symptoms, stop using red clover immediately and seek medical attention. 
  • Hormone-sensitive conditions: Because red clover has estrogen-like effects, it may worsen hormone-sensitive conditions such as breast cancer, endometriosis, and uterine fibroids. It is recommended to avoid using red clover if you have one of these conditions. 
  • Quality of the product: When purchasing red clover supplements, choosing a high-quality product from a reputable manufacturer is crucial to ensure safety and efficacy.

Pregnancy consideration:  

Pregnancy category: N/A 

Lactation: N/A 

Pregnancy category: 

  • Category A: well-controlled and Satisfactory studies do not show risk to the fetus in the first/later trimester.       
  • Category B: there was no evidence of risk to the fetus in animal studies, and there were not enough studies on pregnant women       
  • Category C: there was evidence of risk of adverse effects in animal reproduction studies, and no adequate evidence in human studies must take care of potential risks in pregnant women.     
  • Category D: adequate data with sufficient evidence of human fetal risk from various platforms, but despite the potential risk, and used only in emergency cases for potential benefits.      
  • Category X: Drugs listed in this category outweigh the risks over benefits. Hence these categories of drugs need to be avoided by pregnant women.      
  • Category N: There is no data available for the drug under this category 

Pharmacology: 

red clover (Trifolium pratense) contains several biologically active compounds, including isoflavones, flavonoids, and coumarins. These compounds are generally believed to be responsible for the potential health benefits of red clover. 

Isoflavones are a class of plant compounds with estrogen-like effects on the body. red clover is particularly rich in two isoflavones, genistein, and daidzein. These compounds may help alleviate menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats by binding to estrogen receptors in the body. Isoflavones may also have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which may help reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease and cancer. 

Flavonoids are a class of plant compounds that have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects on the body. red clover contains several flavonoids, including quercetin, kaempferol, and myricetin. These compounds may help protect against oxidative damage and inflammation, which are believed to contribute to the development of many chronic diseases. 

Coumarins are compounds with anti-coagulant effects, meaning they might help prevent blood clots from forming in the body. red clover contains several coumarins, including coumarin itself and its derivatives. These compounds may help improve blood flow and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. 

While red clover has been used for centuries for its potential health benefits, more research is needed to understand its pharmacology and mechanisms of action fully. It is always recommended to speak with a healthcare provider before using any herbal supplement or medication to determine if it is safe and appropriate for you to use. 

Pharmacodynamics: 

Mechanism of action: The action of red Clover (Trifolium pratense) is related to its active compounds, particularly the isoflavones, flavonoids, and coumarins. 

Isoflavones, such as genistein and daidzein, have estrogen-like activity in the body and can bind to estrogen receptors. This activity may be responsible for some of the effects of red Clover, particularly in alleviating menopausal symptoms. Isoflavones may also have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, which may help to protect against oxidative stress and inflammation. 

Flavonoids, such as quercetin and kaempferol, have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, which may help to protect against oxidative stress and inflammation, which are implicated in many chronic diseases. 

Coumarins, such as coumarin itself and its derivatives, have anticoagulant activity and may help to improve blood flow and decrease the risk of cardiovascular disease. 

Pharmacokinetics: 

Absorption 

The absorption of red Clover and its active compounds may depend on the formulation, dose, and individual differences in gut function. In one study, the bioavailability of genistein, an isoflavone found in red Clover, was low in humans, with only a tiny percentage of the dose being absorbed. 

Distribution 

Once absorbed, the active compounds in red Clover may be distributed throughout the body. Isoflavones, in particular, have been shown to accumulate in tissues such as breast and prostate tissue. 

Metabolism 

red Clover and its active compounds may be metabolized in the liver and other tissues. Isoflavones, such as genistein, undergo extensive metabolism in the body, with several metabolites forming. Individual differences may influence the metabolism of red Clover and its active compounds in liver function and gut microbiota. 

Elimination and Excretion 

red Clover and its active compounds are excreted from the body via urine and feces. The excretion of red Clover and its active compounds may depend on individual differences in renal and gut function.

Administration: 

red clover (Trifolium pratense) can be taken in several forms, including as a tea, tincture, or supplement. The administration of red clover may vary depending on the form in which it is being used. Here are some standard methods of administration: 

  • Tea: To make red clover tea, steep 1-3 teaspoons of dried flowers in 8 ounces of hot water for 10-15 minutes. You can drink up to nearly three cups of red clover tea per day. 
  • Tincture: red clover tincture can be orally added to water or juice. Follow the dosage instructions as per product label, as tincture concentrations can vary. 
  • Supplement: red clover supplements are available in capsules, tablets, and other forms. Follow the dosage instructions as per the product label, as dosages can vary depending on the form and concentration of the supplement. 

Patient information leaflet 

Generic Name: red Clover 

Why do we use red Clover? 

red clover (Trifolium pratense) has a long history of nearly centuries of use in traditional medicine and is believed to have various potential health benefits. Some of the most common uses of red clover include: 

  • Menopausal symptoms: red clover contains compounds called isoflavones, which have estrogen-like effects on the body. As a result, red clover may help relieve hot flashes and other menopausal symptoms. 
  • Osteoporosis: Some studies have suggested that red clover may help improve bone density in postmenopausal women, reducing the risk of osteoporosis. 
  • High cholesterol: red clover may help lower cholesterol levels, reducing the risk of heart disease. 
  • Skin health: red clover may help improve skin health and reduce the appearance of skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. 
  • Respiratory infections: red clover may have antibacterial and antiviral properties, which may help reduce the risk of respiratory infections. 
  • Cancer prevention: Some studies have suggested that red clover may have anti-cancer properties and help prevent the growth and spread of specific cancer cells. 

red clover

Brand Name :

meadow clover, beebread, purple clover

Synonyms :

red clover

Class :

Dermatology, Oncology, Pulmonary, Herbals




No data available for drug.

Suggested Dosing 

Flower tops 

4 gm 

Liquid extract 

1.5-3 ml 

Tincture 

1-2 ml 

Isoflavins preparation by standardized commercially 40-80 mg every day. 

Osteoporosis 

Promensil(Specific extract)- 40 mg every day



Chronic Bronchitis 

Indicated for Cancer, skin sores, asthma, bronchitis :


4 mg of flower tops orally three times a day
Or
4 gm of flower tops in 150 ml of water;1 cup of tea orally three times a day
Or
1.5-3 ml of liquid extract orally three times a day;1:1 in 25% alcohol
1-2 ml of tincture orally three times a day;1:10 in 45% alcohol



Chronic Bronchitis 

Indicated for Cancer, skin sores, asthma, bronchitis :


4 mg of flower tops orally three times a day
Or
4 gm of flower tops in 150 ml of water;1 cup of tea orally three times a day
Or
1.5-3 ml of liquid extract orally three times a day;1:1 in 25% alcohol
1-2 ml of tincture orally three times a day;1:10 in 45% alcohol



Actions and Spectrum: 

While red clover (Trifolium pratense) is generally considered safe when used appropriately, there are specific contraindications and precautions to remember. Some of these include: 

  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding: red clover has estrogen-like effects and may be unsafe during pregnancy or breastfeeding. It is recommended to avoid using red clover during these times. 
  • Hormone-sensitive conditions: Because red clover can have estrogen-like effects, it may worsen hormone-sensitive conditions such as breast cancer, endometriosis, and uterine fibroids. It is recommended to avoid using red clover if you have one of these conditions. 
  • Blood-thinning medications: red clover may increase the risk of bleeding when used with blood-thinning medications such as warfarin. It is crucial to speak with a healthcare provider before using red clover if taking these medications. 
  • Allergies: Some people may be allergic to red clover. Symptoms of an allergic reaction can include rash, hives, itching, and difficulty breathing. If you experience these symptoms after using red clover, stop using it immediately and seek medical attention. 
  • Interactions with other medications: red clover may interact with certain types of medications, including birth control pills and medications metabolized by the liver. Speaking with a healthcare provider before using red clover if you are taking any medications is crucial.

Frequency not defined 

Rash 

Estrogen-like effects 

Black Box Warning: 

There is currently no black box warning for the red Clover herbal supplement. 

Contraindication/Caution: 

Contraindication 

While red clover (Trifolium pratense) is generally considered safe when used appropriately, there are specific contraindications and precautions to remember. Some of these include: 

  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding: red clover has estrogen-like effects and may be unsafe during pregnancy or breastfeeding. It is recommended to avoid using red clover during these times. 
  • Hormone-sensitive conditions: Because red clover can have estrogen-like effects, it may worsen hormone-sensitive conditions such as breast cancer, endometriosis, and uterine fibroids. It is recommended to avoid using red clover if you have one of these conditions. 
  • Blood-thinning medications: red clover may increase the risk of bleeding when used with blood-thinning medications such as warfarin. It is crucial to speak with a healthcare provider before using red clover if taking these medications. 
  • Allergies: Some people may be allergic to red clover. Symptoms of an allergic reaction can include rash,itching, hives, and difficulty breathing. If you experience these symptoms after using red clover, stop using it immediately and seek medical attention. 
  • Interactions with other medications: red clover may interact with certain types of medications, including birth control pills and medications metabolized by the liver. Speaking with a healthcare provider before using red clover if you are taking any medications is essential. 

Caution 

While red clover (Trifolium pratense) is generally considered safe when used appropriately, there are some cautions to remember. Some of these include: 

  • Dosage: It is essential to follow the recommended dosage instructions for red clover, as taking too much may cause side effects such as headache, nausea, and rash. 
  • Duration of use: red clover should not be used for extended periods without the guidance of a healthcare provider. Long-term use may increase the risk of specific health problems. 
  • Interactions with medications: red clover may interact with certain medications, including blood-thinning and birth control pills. Speaking with a healthcare provider before using red clover if you are taking any medications is crucial. 
  • Allergic reactions: Some people might be allergic to red clover. If you experience itching, hives, or difficulty breathing symptoms, stop using red clover immediately and seek medical attention. 
  • Hormone-sensitive conditions: Because red clover has estrogen-like effects, it may worsen hormone-sensitive conditions such as breast cancer, endometriosis, and uterine fibroids. It is recommended to avoid using red clover if you have one of these conditions. 
  • Quality of the product: When purchasing red clover supplements, choosing a high-quality product from a reputable manufacturer is crucial to ensure safety and efficacy.

Pregnancy consideration:  

Pregnancy category: N/A 

Lactation: N/A 

Pregnancy category: 

  • Category A: well-controlled and Satisfactory studies do not show risk to the fetus in the first/later trimester.       
  • Category B: there was no evidence of risk to the fetus in animal studies, and there were not enough studies on pregnant women       
  • Category C: there was evidence of risk of adverse effects in animal reproduction studies, and no adequate evidence in human studies must take care of potential risks in pregnant women.     
  • Category D: adequate data with sufficient evidence of human fetal risk from various platforms, but despite the potential risk, and used only in emergency cases for potential benefits.      
  • Category X: Drugs listed in this category outweigh the risks over benefits. Hence these categories of drugs need to be avoided by pregnant women.      
  • Category N: There is no data available for the drug under this category 

Pharmacology: 

red clover (Trifolium pratense) contains several biologically active compounds, including isoflavones, flavonoids, and coumarins. These compounds are generally believed to be responsible for the potential health benefits of red clover. 

Isoflavones are a class of plant compounds with estrogen-like effects on the body. red clover is particularly rich in two isoflavones, genistein, and daidzein. These compounds may help alleviate menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats by binding to estrogen receptors in the body. Isoflavones may also have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which may help reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease and cancer. 

Flavonoids are a class of plant compounds that have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects on the body. red clover contains several flavonoids, including quercetin, kaempferol, and myricetin. These compounds may help protect against oxidative damage and inflammation, which are believed to contribute to the development of many chronic diseases. 

Coumarins are compounds with anti-coagulant effects, meaning they might help prevent blood clots from forming in the body. red clover contains several coumarins, including coumarin itself and its derivatives. These compounds may help improve blood flow and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. 

While red clover has been used for centuries for its potential health benefits, more research is needed to understand its pharmacology and mechanisms of action fully. It is always recommended to speak with a healthcare provider before using any herbal supplement or medication to determine if it is safe and appropriate for you to use. 

Pharmacodynamics: 

Mechanism of action: The action of red Clover (Trifolium pratense) is related to its active compounds, particularly the isoflavones, flavonoids, and coumarins. 

Isoflavones, such as genistein and daidzein, have estrogen-like activity in the body and can bind to estrogen receptors. This activity may be responsible for some of the effects of red Clover, particularly in alleviating menopausal symptoms. Isoflavones may also have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, which may help to protect against oxidative stress and inflammation. 

Flavonoids, such as quercetin and kaempferol, have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, which may help to protect against oxidative stress and inflammation, which are implicated in many chronic diseases. 

Coumarins, such as coumarin itself and its derivatives, have anticoagulant activity and may help to improve blood flow and decrease the risk of cardiovascular disease. 

Pharmacokinetics: 

Absorption 

The absorption of red Clover and its active compounds may depend on the formulation, dose, and individual differences in gut function. In one study, the bioavailability of genistein, an isoflavone found in red Clover, was low in humans, with only a tiny percentage of the dose being absorbed. 

Distribution 

Once absorbed, the active compounds in red Clover may be distributed throughout the body. Isoflavones, in particular, have been shown to accumulate in tissues such as breast and prostate tissue. 

Metabolism 

red Clover and its active compounds may be metabolized in the liver and other tissues. Isoflavones, such as genistein, undergo extensive metabolism in the body, with several metabolites forming. Individual differences may influence the metabolism of red Clover and its active compounds in liver function and gut microbiota. 

Elimination and Excretion 

red Clover and its active compounds are excreted from the body via urine and feces. The excretion of red Clover and its active compounds may depend on individual differences in renal and gut function.

Administration: 

red clover (Trifolium pratense) can be taken in several forms, including as a tea, tincture, or supplement. The administration of red clover may vary depending on the form in which it is being used. Here are some standard methods of administration: 

  • Tea: To make red clover tea, steep 1-3 teaspoons of dried flowers in 8 ounces of hot water for 10-15 minutes. You can drink up to nearly three cups of red clover tea per day. 
  • Tincture: red clover tincture can be orally added to water or juice. Follow the dosage instructions as per product label, as tincture concentrations can vary. 
  • Supplement: red clover supplements are available in capsules, tablets, and other forms. Follow the dosage instructions as per the product label, as dosages can vary depending on the form and concentration of the supplement. 

Patient information leaflet 

Generic Name: red Clover 

Why do we use red Clover? 

red clover (Trifolium pratense) has a long history of nearly centuries of use in traditional medicine and is believed to have various potential health benefits. Some of the most common uses of red clover include: 

  • Menopausal symptoms: red clover contains compounds called isoflavones, which have estrogen-like effects on the body. As a result, red clover may help relieve hot flashes and other menopausal symptoms. 
  • Osteoporosis: Some studies have suggested that red clover may help improve bone density in postmenopausal women, reducing the risk of osteoporosis. 
  • High cholesterol: red clover may help lower cholesterol levels, reducing the risk of heart disease. 
  • Skin health: red clover may help improve skin health and reduce the appearance of skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. 
  • Respiratory infections: red clover may have antibacterial and antiviral properties, which may help reduce the risk of respiratory infections. 
  • Cancer prevention: Some studies have suggested that red clover may have anti-cancer properties and help prevent the growth and spread of specific cancer cells.