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What are the benefits and harm of fenugreek ?

What are the benefits and harm of fenugreek ?

The benefits of fenugreek and its damage will give you the ability to know the most suitable way and the real benefits of this magical plant, and always advise to consult a doctor because but the body his way of interacting with what enters into it .

Rich in vitamins, B1, B2, B6, A, C, folic acid, niacin, and minerals like copper, potassium, calcium, iron, selenium, zinc, manganese, and magnesium, the leaves are a source of vitamin K.

Its seeds are rich in (trigonoline, lysine and tryptophan), saponins and fiber responsible for health benefits.

Treatment of diseases

  • Reduces cholesterol in the blood, for the presence of saponins;
  • Recent studies are ongoing to confirm its role in the decline of gallstones.
  • Anti-diabetes, promotes insulin secretion, for the presence of an unusual amino acid (4HO-Ile)that has so far only been found in the ring. Researchers point to its role in the treatment of Type I and II diabetes.
  • Some studies confirmed that consumption of fenugreek seeds promotes milk production in nursing mothers.
  • Fenugreek fibers help prevent some cancers, as well as have estrogen effects as an alternative to hormone therapy in women.
  • Saponins and gum in them bind toxins to food during digestion to remove it with excretion, thereby protecting the mucous membrane of the colon from cancer.
  • Helps maintain normal testosterone levels, thereby increasing sexual abilities in men.
  • Fenugreek relieves intestinal acidity, soothes gastrointestinal infections.
  • Is a dietary supplement with sports to lose weight.
  • Generating heat and energy which helps to lose weight and is considered an appetite suppressant.
  • Fenugreek with lemon and honey is a remedy for fever.
  • We consider a remedy for eczema, burns, abscesses, gout.
  • Stimulate uterine contractions and delivery.
  • Check hormonal balance in women and also help in breast augmentation in women.
  • Regularly applying fresh fenugreek leaf paste to the scalp before bathing will help hair growth, improve its composition and eliminate dandruff.
  • Rich in vitamin E adds as a preservative in pickles.
  • Its dried leaves are a seasoning for meat, fish and vegetable dishes.

Fenugreek side effects

  • Large doses of them can cause birth defects, so it is wise to avoid them during pregnancy.
  • Advisable to consult your doctor before taking the ring as a treat.

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