60 capsules with fenugreek powder
Fenugreek is a food and medicine plant. Rich in antioxidants, it has many health and beauty benefits. This brown seed is used in both cooking and traditional medicine. It has been shown to lower blood sugar, reduce cholesterol, stimulateappetite, support digestion and promote lactation. But fenugreek seed has many other benefits, which you can discover below. Miel impérial offers you high-quality fenugreek capsules. So you can enjoy all the benefits of this revitalizing seed in an easy, convenient course of treatment.
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Fenugreek is a food and medicine plant. Rich in antioxidants, it has many health and beauty benefits. This brown seed is used in both cooking and traditional medicine. It has been shown to lower blood sugar, reduce cholesterol, stimulate theappetite, support digestion and promote lactation. But fenugreek seed has many other benefits, which you can discover below. Miel impérial offers you high-quality fenugreek capsules. So you can enjoy all the benefits of this revitalizing seed in an easy, convenient treatment.
What is fenugreek seed?
Found in the Mediterranean basin, and in some Asian countries, fenugreek is an annual plant. Easy to grow, it is sown in spring and harvested in autumn. The plant can grow from 30 cm to 1 metre in height. It develops small, pale yellow flowers, which turn into pods in late summer. These pods are filled with ten to twenty yellow to brown fenugreek seeds. It's at this point of maturity that fenugreek seeds are harvested. In traditional medicine, the whole plant is harvested. The leaves are dried and used as herbs. The plant itself is used as a vegetable. Finally, the seeds are used to create spices (caraway, colombo...) or as a natural medicine.
The history of fenugreek
Fenugreek, also known as senegrain, has been used for thousands of years in traditional cooking and medicine. Its name comes from its Greek etymology, meaning " Greek hay ". It owes its name to its distinctive smell and the fact that it was fed to horses to strengthen them. In Egypt, this culinary plant was used as an aromatic, but also to embalm the dead and purify theair. In India and Egypt, its seeds were used to make bread. The seeds can still be found today. In China, it is traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine. They use it to fortify convalescents, combat diabetes and muscular inflammation. In Chinese medicine, fenugreek is also used to treat rheumatism and infections of the respiratory system. In the Maghreb, it is traditionally used in a dish offered to women who have just given birth. "Halba", from its Arabic name, is known for its lactation-promoting properties. It is therefore used to kick-start and support breastfeeding. Today, fenugreek seeds are mainly used in phytotherapy.
Fenugreek is a plant with numerous health benefits. Here are just a few of them. Food for athletes Fenugreek seed is an excellent natural anabolic. It tones the body and builds muscle mass. It also boosts energy levels. This means you can cope better with sports sessions ,and thusincrease your physical capacity. The mass-building action is concentrated mainly on the breasts. In women, an increase in breast volume has been observed during a fenugreek cure. This brown seed is also known to stimulate theappetite. Its fiber content lowers cholesterol. The result is healthy, fat-free weight gain. It is therefore of interest to people sufferingfromanorexia or wishing to gain weight. On the other hand, if you want to lose weight, we recommend spirulina capsules. They have a satiating effect on the body.
A seed for breastfeeding
Highly recommended duringbreastfeeding, this galactogenic plant is a good dietary supplement for young mothers. Fenugreek stimulates milk production. It increases both volume and quality, providing the infant with a rich diet. It is also used to stimulate contractions. Some pregnant women who have passed their term start a course of fenugreek. Its consumption causes theuterus to contract, triggering and facilitating labor. But be careful! If you are pregnant, fenugreek should onlybe usedin the last month of pregnancy. Uterine contraction early in pregnancy (and before the last month) can lead to miscarriage or premature delivery. Always seek your doctor's advice before taking any dietary supplements.
A food-medicine for diabetics
People suffering from type 2 diabetes can no longer regulate their blood sugar levels. Fenugreek slows down theabsorption of carbohydrates, thus improving the effectivenessofinsulin in the blood. This makes fenugreek a natural alternative to medicated treatments for diabetes. However, before any treatment for diabetics, it is important to consult a diabetologist. To be able to consume fenugreek, you need to adapt your diabetes treatment.
- Strengthens the body
- Regulates the hormonal system (in conjunction with maca capsules)
- Increases stamina (in conjunction with maca capsules)
- Fights urinary and vaginal infections
- Increases testosterone production (in conjunction with maca capsules)
- Stimulates libido
- Stimulates the immune system
- Helps prevent breast and lung cancer
- Fights anemia
- Treats skin problems (eczema and acne)
- Strengthens bones after fracture (supplemented with royal jelly)
- Stimulates digestive functions
- Reduces nausea and acid reflux (in combination with ginger capsules)
Precautions and contraindications
- Avoid during pregnancy: increases uterine contractions.
- Peanut allergies: test fenugreek in small quantities to prevent possible allergy.
- Gastritis: fenugreek increases stomach acidity; use sparingly.
- Digestive disorders: fenugreek's high fiber content can cause flatulence.
Combine with other products
For greater effectiveness, you can easily combine fenugreek capsules with other products:
- Maca: "Aux gélules de maca " to enhance its anabolic and galactogenic effect
- Propolis: to boost immunity
- Royal jelly: for digestion and to combat stress
- Ginger " Ginger Capsules " to combat digestive disorders
For cosmetic use of fenugreek, you can find our " Organicfenugreek oil " in the natural and organic oils category.