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Fenugreek Seeds used for Spices
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Fenugreek Seeds used for Spices
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Fenugreek leaves


The first recorded use of fenugreek is described on an ancient Egyptian papyrus dated to 1500 B.C. Fenugreek seed is commonly used in cooking. Fenugreek is used as an herb (the leaves) and as a spice (the seeds).

Fenugreek has an ancient history of both culinary and medicinal use. It has traditionally been used as an appetite stimulant, and recent research indicates a role in natural steroid production, the hormones that drive the growth process. In addition, Trigonella helps to support healthy digestive systems, as well as to maintain healthy levels of glucose and cholesterol in the blood.

Fenugreek softens hardened mucus. Fenugreek helps expel toxic waste. Fenugreek helps to expel mucus from the lungs and bowels. Fenugreek also helps reduce cholesterol. Fenugreek also helps dissolve fatty substances. Drink Fenugreek with lemon juice and honey to soothe your body.

What Fenugreek Is Used For

How Fenugreek Is Used

The dried seeds are ground and taken by mouth or used to form a paste that is applied to the skin.

What the Science Says about Fenugreek

Side Effects and Cautions of Fenugreek

Picture of Fenugreek in Various Forms