Clover, a plant genus by its scientific name of Trifolium, is of the pea family.
It has progestogenic properties, despite that clover has been commonly referred to as phytoestrogenic.
"Clover disease" is a common ailment of birds and livestock who consume excessive amounts of clover, causing reproductive problems, including reduced gonad size, and reduced fertility. Clover disease can even eventually cause sterility, and this is a concern for humans too. Herbal concentrates can be tens of times more potent by weight than herbs in dry form. For this reason, concentrate extracts of clover are not recommended for extended or excessive internal use, especially before menopause.
Use hops instead, because it is less pronounced on ER-beta, so it is safer on the reproductive tract. Estrogen increased prolactin's and progesterone's effects of reducing fertility than just Clover alone.
Red Clover; Trifolium pratense
Red Clover or Trifolium pratense is one of the most popular varieties of Clover used for hormonal issues. It is known as a rich source of phytohormones.
Clover and breast enlargement
To learn more about how clover can be used for herbal breast enhancement read the free eBook. It is important to understand how Clover's progestogenic properties can play a role in breast enlargement.