The entire plant of fenugreek can be used,
but most widely used are the seeds.
Fenugreek has a long history, both as a culinary
and as a medicinal herb in the ancient world.
The first recorded use of fenugreek is described on an ancient
Egyptian papyrus dated as far back as 1500 B.C.
It was one of the spices the Egyptians used for embalming,
Fenugreek is loaded with various minerals, vitamins and anti-inflammatory compounds, has a number of organic compounds and antioxidants that can help regulate blood sugar, protect against heart disease, lower cholesterol levels, optimize digestion, protect the immune system and soothe the respiratory system.
It is beneficial post pregnancy in lactation, as well as in various
skin and hair care applications.
In addition to lowering internal inflammation, fenugreek is sometimes used externally as a poultice, which means it’s wrapped in cloth, warmed and applied directly to the skin. This reduces external inflammation and can treat:
pain and swelling in the muscles and lymph nodes, gout, wounds, leg ulcers, sciatica, dandruff, eczema.
Fenugreek is also a great natural skin cleanser, it cleanses from deep within, unclogs the blocked pores and detoxifies the skin from impurities.
Make a powder of fenugreek seeds and mix with some water.
Splash water on the face and apply the fenugreek powder mixture on the skin,
gently move around face for 15-20 seconds, then wash off.
Fenugreek seeds can be eaten whole, and are often used as toppings for certain dishes or soups. Fenugreek seeds can also be ground into a powdered spice form.
Drink as Tea, or make fenugreek water; soak fenugreek seeds in cold water overnight, and drink that water in the early morning.
Here we can truly say your food is your medicine.
Fenugreek is such a powerful plant that It is not recommended during pregnancy because it may lead to miscarriage due to its strong effect on the female reproductive system.
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