Dr Sebi on Red Clover For Women (Endometriosis, Vaginal Discharge etc.)

Dr Sebi on Red Clover For Women (Endometriosis, Vaginal Discharge etc.)

TABB:
Everyone this is Julie thank you for stopping by for another video today and in this video I’ll be touching on the red clover. I will be playing an excerpt of Dr Sebi be speaking on some of the wonderful benefits of red clover for women. If you have not done so please remember to subscribe to the back of channel the ‘Dr. Sebi Information’ I’ll have a link down
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Dr Sebi:
And as for the sisters, you see this one here all over the place. It’s right in the yard next door. In the field, it grows crazy and what is, this red clover, nothing better for a woman’s uterus than this. You make a douche with this and you drink it. You drink this. I make it for a douche, like if you take a good handful of it. A good lot of this, boils some water, put it to soak. You make a douche, endometriosis, vaginal discharge, weak muscles, whatever, RED CLOVER. But you see we were not shown these things in school right so we don’t know, but it’s right there for us right in the next yard, there is life, not in the supermarket.

TABB:
The red clover is scientifically known as Trifolium pratense and the parts of the red clover that is primarily used are the flowering tops. Red Clover’s therapeutic properties include alternative, deobstruent, sedative, nutritive. In addition to the uses noted by Dr Sebi, the red clover is also used for conditions such as rickets and similar wasting conditions, spasmodic conditions, whooping cough among many others. It is very easy to prepare red clover for medicinal use. In fact, you could prepare red clover in as little as 15 to 20 minutes for an infusion get one ounce of red clover tops and approximately one pint of distilled water, add the red clover tops to a container boil the water and pour the water onto the herb. Cover and allow it to steep for about 15 minutes. You strain and allow to cool. You can have a cup full of this tea, you can have a cup full of this three to four times per day between meal. Children’s dosages will be less according to their a very good remedy for wheezing, bronchitis, where there is a lack of energy or where one feels weak, so that’s a little bit on the red clover. If you have any questions, let me know down below don’t forget to Like share comment and subscribe.

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