Amazing Health benefits of fenugreek leaves, fenugreek seeds, and oil

Amazing Health benefits of fenugreek leaves, fenugreek seeds, and oil

Introduction to fenugreek leaves, seeds, and oil 

Fenugreek is cultivated in almost all parts of the world.  Its plant is 14 inches long, with yellow and green seeds inside which are called fenugreek seeds.

Fenugreek is used to make various foods fragrant and flavorful. Fenugreek seeds are added to pickle spices. Fenugreek leaves are used as flavoring agesnt.

It is also used in Greek and Ayurvedic medicine. Its curry brings urine. Fenugreek is beneficial in winter diseases, back pain, spleen, and arthritis.

Some doctors say that if people become familiar with the benefits of fenugreek, they will start buying it at a price equal to the price of gold. The Arabs used to eat it with gusto for this reason.

Fenugreek contains vitamins A, B, C, iron, phosphorus, and calcium. Not only fenugreek leaves but also its seeds are used in many diseases and foods, pickles, etc. Its use is high in Pakistan and India.

Fenugreek curry is eaten with great relish especially in almost all parts of Pakistan and India. Seeds are also used as medicine.

Fenugreek in Different languages of the world

In Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, Gujarati, and Rajasthani languages it is known as methi, while in Arabic it is called halba, in Persian, it is called shamlit, in Pashto, it is called malhoza, and in English, it is called fenugreek. In Latin, it is called Trigogella Foelum Graceum Linn.

Fenugreek leaves

If you have diabetes, chronic constipation, facial blemishes, or hair loss, fenugreek leaves, and seeds are extremely useful.

After boiling fenugreek leaves, if it is lightly fried and eaten, then the excess of one bile of the body is eliminated and nature becomes serene.

Fenugreek leaves increase appetite.

 Fenugreek leaves relieve constipation, open the bowel, and thus make one feel fresh and light.

Dried fenugreek leaves

 Dried fenugreek leaves are used as healthy spices in the subcontinent and Africa. Dried fenugreek leaves are ground and sprinkled over the meal to induce its specific odor into the meal. 

Further dried fenugreek leaves are also used for ethnomedicinal purposes. In rural areas of South Asian countries, dried fenugreek leaves are used to treat stomach disorders.

 

Fenugreek recipes

Who doesn’t know that Kasur fenugreek is used in homes with great care to enhance the taste and flavor of curry? It smells great. And in this, nature has hidden invaluable benefits.

 It is found in abundance in most parts of Pakistan and India and its seeds are called halba seeds or fenugreek seeds, while greens or beans are prepared from its leaves and eaten with great relish.

The curry can also be prepared by mixing it with potatoes, gram, qeema, and fish. Bread is made by kneading its fresh leaves in cornflour and adding ghee, which is a very tasty and favorite food of the villagers.

In addition to using its seeds for medicinal purposes, they also add it to pickles to suit its aroma, taste, and other medicinal properties.

Fenugreek tea

Fenugreek tea is so beneficial for stomach disorders. Fenugreek tea is prepared by boiling fenugreek leaves into the water at a high temperature. 

Fenugreek oil

Fenugreek oil has many benefits. Fenugreek oil is obtained from fenugreek seeds. First of all fenugreek seeds are dried. Then are mixed into coconut oil or fenugreek oil is extracted from its seeds. 

Fenugreek oil for hair

Fenugreek oil is obtained from fenugreek seeds. Fenugreek oil can be prepared either from its seeds or by adding seeds into another oil such as coconut oil. 

Fenugreek oil is so useful for the hair. If your hairs fall then using fenugreek oil on hairs reduces hair fall problem.

Fenugreek oil for breast

Fenugreek oil is the best to increase breast size in women. By giving a massage with fenugreek oil on the breast stimulates the breast muscles and breast size is increased.

 

Health Benefits of fenugreek

* The use of fenugreek removes eye puffiness.

* The use of fenugreek corrects the bitter taste in the mouth.

* Eating fenugreek relieves the problem of saliva flow.

* Fenugreek relieves loss of appetite.

* Eating fenugreek does not cause sour belching.

* Eating fenugreek relieves indigestion.

* Fenugreek cures anemia.

* Eating fenugreek repairs the skin, especially on the face.

* The use of fenugreek relieves body aches.

* Fenugreek produces insulin.

* Fenugreek is useful in phlegm and sore throat.

* Fenugreek is used to open the urine.

* Its decoction is useful in menstruation.

* Women who have less milk, if they are fed fenugreek, they produce plenty of milk.

* Fenugreek contains chemicals that stimulate. Therefore, it is no less than a blessing for the lazy gentlemen.

Health Benefits of fenugreek seeds

It is also very important for your skin and internal health.

Fenugreek seed for hair

Fenugreek seeds can help your hair grow faster and longer. Add a small number of fenugreek seeds to coconut oil and put it in a bottle that cannot be ventilated.

Keep this bottle in a cool place for three weeks, but there is no sunlight. Then apply this oil on the scalp. Your hair will be beautiful and healthy.

A decoction of fenugreek seeds softens the throat, chest, and stomach. Cough and asthma relieve shortness of breath, increase strength.

It is a very effective medicine for hemorrhoids. Brings down the waste in the intestines and dissolves the mucus in the chest. Beneficial in various types of stomach ulcers and lung diseases.

Prevent heart attack

Fenugreek seeds protect the heart from severe damage in the event of a heart attack and reduce stress. Fenugreek is considered to be the best for heart health.

For people who are at risk of heart attack, if they continue to use fenugreek seeds with a healthy diet, the risk of heart attack is largely avoided and, God willing, if they ever have a heart attack, it can reach the heart.

The damage will be minimal. This is because the use of fenugreek restores the softness of the blood vessels and restores their natural elasticity.

Prevention of cancer

Fenugreek oil is extremely beneficial for cancer patients. This oil contains ingredients that are resistant to cancer cells. That is why this oil is best for cancer patients and because it is natural, it does not have any side effects.

Cholesterol levels

Fenugreek seeds are also helpful in lowering the level of bad cholesterol in the body.

Liver protection

The liver cleanses the body of toxins. Eating too many unhealthy foods can put a strain on our liver, which can lead to serious problems, but fenugreek seeds help the liver clear up toxins.

Weight loss

Numerous studies have shown that daily consumption of fenugreek seeds can reduce body fat. The best results can be obtained by taking 329 mg of fenugreek three times daily for 2 to 6 weeks. It reduces appetite and makes you feel like you don’t need to eat anything right now.

Colds, flu, sneezing, dust allergies

Fenugreek has natural anti-allergic properties, so it is a very useful medicine for people suffering from colds, frequent sneezing, and dust allergies.

People with dust allergies should take a tablespoon of fenugreek seeds and boil it in half a glass of water and then filter it and mix it with sugar or honey and use it in the morning or at night before going to bed for 15-20 days.

Constipation

Fenugreek kills stomach worms, improves digestion, and is very beneficial for those with a phlegmatic mood. In case of constipation, 5 grams of fenugreek seeds mixed with saffron gar and eaten in the morning and evening restore intestinal function and also eliminates constipation while strengthening the liver.

Nail pimples on the face

To get rid of nails and pimples on the face, add 4 tablespoons of fenugreek seeds in 4 cups of water and keep it overnight. In the morning, filter this water and boil it for 15 minutes, then cool it. Applying it once on the skin of the face will eliminate nail acne, God willing.

Miracles of Diabetes and Fenugreek

Fenugreek has been found to be extremely effective in treating diabetes.

The use of fenugreek seeds in diabetes plays an important role in balancing the sugar levels in the body and reduces insulin resistance.

A committee of doctors from Hyderabad (India) has long been investigating the treatment of diabetes. They have used fenugreek seeds on thousands of patients.

According to the report of this committee, fenugreek seeds are useful in diabetes and heart diseases. Grinding fenugreek seeds and eating 20 grams daily reduces the amount of urine and blood sugar in just ten days.

A regular sugar test should be done a day later. Depending on the sugar content, fenugreek seeds can be used up to 100 grams daily. In this regard, fenugreek seeds can be used as lentils or cooked in a vegetable.

The method of using fenugreek seeds for diabetics is to grind fenugreek seeds and use 20-20 grams of plain water in the morning, afternoon, and evening.

If the sugar is high then 30-30 grams and if it is low then 10-10 grams can be used in the morning, afternoon, and evening. There are no side effects of its use.

According to the report of the above committee, the use of fenugreek seeds is very useful in diabetes. During this time, it is important to avoid rice, potatoes, cabbage, and other sweets. A morning walk is also mandatory. No problem if the medicine is being used.

Fenugreek leaves against Hormonal Disorders

Adding a teaspoon of fenugreek seeds to a cup of water corrects hormonal disorders. This tea can be used two to three times a day. This tea works magically to regulate hormones.

Stress and Anxiety Treatment

If you are constantly anxious and have a lot of stress, you can reduce your stress level by following this prescription. For this, boil fenugreek seeds, lemon juice, honey, a few basil leaves, and a piece of cinnamon in a cup of water, cool it, and drink it. Stress levels will definitely decrease.

Menstrual pain reduction

Drinking a pinch of fenugreek seeds with a glass of lukewarm water can relieve menstrual cramps. If this prescription is followed even two or three days before the special days, other worries due to periods can also be relieved.

To eliminate blackheads

Boil three tablespoons of fenugreek seeds in two cups of water till half of the water is left. Now make a paste of fenugreek seeds and apply this paste on your blackheads and open pores.

Let it dry, then scrub your face and take it off. The first time you use it you will notice a clear difference and with daily use, you will get rid of blackheads forever.

Apply fenugreek water to the hair roots and leave it overnight. Wash with lukewarm water in the morning. This strengthens the hair roots and makes the hair thicker.

For new mothers

Fenugreek seeds are very useful for breastfeeding mothers. In addition, the use of fenugreek seeds is very helpful in the weakness that occurs after delivery. It strengthens the bones. Fenugreek seeds are perfect for women in every way.

For colds and flu

Its use is extremely useful in colds, chest pains, and mucus formation. In the morning and evening, boil two teaspoons in a cup of water, sweeten it with honey and drink it. Continued use also eliminates chronic colds. Using small children removes all mucus.

For hair beauty

Long, thick hair is what every woman desires, to achieve this goal (aloe vera) cut in the middle so that the two ends are connected. Fill this gheekwar with methi and tie it with a thread and keep it in the fridge for ten days a week. ;

This oil will be useful inshallah. Also, the best and tried method is to put methamphetamine in any oil you use for your hair, put it in the sun, and start using that oil after 15 days if you want to set your hair for this purpose.

Adding boiled water of Methi and rolling it makes the hair curly and the hair becomes shiny, thick, and long.

For swelling and bloating

People who have pneumonia, that is, their hands, feet, or gums become swollen after eating. They should use it in general ie rice, curd, leavened bread, potatoes, etc.

If it is harmful then they must use raw or cooked methi. It is also useful for depression and excessive sweating in women after menopause. For this, either boil its water and drink it or when making rice, put its bundle in boiling rice.

 

 

FAQ

What does fenugreek taste like

When we analyze the phytochemistry of fenugreek then we find that it contains a large variety of phytochemicals. Among these phytochemicals, fenugreek contains a larger amount of alkaloids. 

Alkaloids are bitter compounds and therefore, fenugreek tastes bitter.

How long does it take for fenugreek to increase breast size?

Well, it depends upon the women’s overall health and the amount of fenugreek seed or oil used.

How to make fenugreek oil

Fenugreek oil is made by two methods. One is boiling fenugreek seeds at high temperature into water. After boiling, water is evaporated to obtains the fenugreek essential oils.

The second method is to add fenugreek seeds into another oil such as mustard oil or coconut oil.

How to eat fenugreek

As it contains alkaloidal compounds so bitter, better use it in some sort of recipes. 

What is Kasuri methi?

Kasuri methi is named so due to its origin. It grows in Kasur a city of Pakistan. Therefore, it is known as Kasuri methi.

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