Welcome to Kirsten's Herbal Garden...RED CLOVER
Red Clover on Vashon Island, WA - 2005 (Photo: K. Anderberg)
Red Clover grows like weeds all over the U.S. West Coast. It has been used historically in teas, and medicinally for several different things. It is a somewhat mild herb, and has a sweet taste in tea. The flower tops dry well, and you can store them in bottles for use throughout the winter...
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Abbreviations: (t. = teaspoon, T. = Tablespoon, c. = cup)
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