How To Make Red Clover Lemonade


Red Clover is an herb that can be drunk freely, and is full of amazing nutrition!  It is a great blood purifier and cancer fighter.

We have a pretty good patch of red clover that grows in our garden area.  It grows all summer long, and is far too valuable of an herb to let go to waste.

One delicious, refreshing way to consume red clover is by making this red clover, no sugar lemonade!  I found this recipe and adapted it from New Life On A Homestead.


3 cups red clover blooms 
4 cups water 
1 cup lemon juice 
8 tbsp. raw honey 

Boil the blooms in the water for 5 minutes.  Strain.   Add the lemon juice and honey to the hot liquid.  Stir until the honey is well mixed.  Chill.

If you don’t have red clover blooming near you, you can purchase dried red clover HERE.

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This post was originally published August 30, 2013. 

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  1. says

    This looks awesome! I am so grateful for all the info you put here for us to glean from. I have been doing my share of gleaning! I featured this post on my link-up this week. :)

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