80g resealable pouch
Pure Spice’s Fenugreek contains No Additives and is Non Radiated
You can use and consume fenugreek in many ways that include:
- Fenugreek seeds can be eaten whole and are often used as toppings for certain dishes or soups.
- The seeds are primarily used as a spice and can be found sprinkled on top of many Asian dishes.
- These seeds can also be used in powdered form as a flavoring agent in curry pastes, soups, and stews.
- The plant matter itself can be used as a vegetable like sprouts and microgreens.
- Fenugreek powder can also be used to make a healthy, energizing tea
What is Fenugreek?
Fenugreek is an annual plant that is also known as methi in many places of the world.It is a member of the bean family and its scientific family name is Fabaceae. It is native to the Middle and Near East and is widely used in the Indian . It has small round leaves. There is even evidence that the ancient Egyptians understood the benefits of this herb since its seeds have been found in tombs, particularly of Tutankhamen. This plant is grown in countries across the globe, but the majority is cultivated and consumed in India.
- Improve Digestion Problems
- Lower Cholesterol Levels
- Reduces Inflammation
- Increases Libido in Men
- Promotes Milk flow in Breast Feeding
- Suppresses Appetite
- Relieves Constipation
- Treat Kidney Problems
- Relieves sore throat
Fenugreek Nutrition Facts
Fenugreek contains a variety of beneficial nutrients, including iron, magnesium, manganese and copper as well as vitamin B6, Protein and dietary fiber. It also contains, powerful , including choline, trigonelline, yamogenin, gitogenin, diosgenin, tigogenin, and neotigogens. Most of the health benefits of fenugreek are due to the presence of saponins and fibers in it.