The term Clover derives from the Latin Trifolium which means consisting of three leaves, which is the shape that distinguishes the leaves of this plant. The clover has always been known for the sweetness of its nectar which attracts all kinds of insects. There are numerous properties attributed to Clover and range from the calming power of the infusions made with the leaves of the plant, especially useful against seasonal ills, to its effectiveness as an antidote for poison. Finally, it should be emphasized that the Clover is the symbol of fertility; Clover is in fact able to synthesize atmospheric nitrogen in the soil, restoring its fertility. In this regard, we recall that during the later phase of the rural era (1700) the custom of cultivating the land no longer productive with the Clover spread throughout Europe.