The first recorded use of fenugreek is from an ancient Egyptian papyrus dated as far back as 1500 BC.
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The first recorded use of fenugreek is from an ancient Egyptian papyrus dated as far back as 1500 BC. Fenugreek seeds have a somewhat bitter taste, similar to celery. Fenugreek is an aphrodisiac, anti-inflammatory digestive tonic and uterine stimulant. Common medicinal uses include: digestive issues, blood sugar regulation, relief from menopause symptoms, to treat eczema. Used to promote milk flow in breastfeeding and as a remedy for loss of appetite - especially in people suffering eating disorders. Used in Ayurvedic medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine. In foods, fenugreek is often included as an ingredient in Indian spice blends. Very high in Iron. Fenugreek also contains high levels of magnesium, vitamin B6, protein and fibre.
|Botanical Name||Trigonella foenum-graecum|
|Organic Status||Certified Organic|
|Country of Origin||Egypt|
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