English Name :Fenugreek, Bird,s Foot, Greek Hayseed
Hindi Name :Methi
Latin name :Trigonella foenum-graecum Linn.
Persian Name :Shamleez
Punjabi Name :Methi
Sanskrit Name :Methika, Methini
Urdu Name :Methi, Tukhme Hulba
Fenugreek or Methi Dana is scientifically known as Trigonella foenum-graecum is the old and widely cultivated herb usually found in the regions of Asia and Europe while also accessible in the Mediterranean areas including France, the U.S, India, and North Africa. TheFenugreek plant grows almost 2 feet tall, produces the leaves in light green color, tiny white flowers with pods containing the Fenugreek uses having a bitter flavor and intense aroma famous for the medical and culinary are Methi Dana benefits.
The leaves can be added to Salad while the Methi seeds are considered the best ingredient for curries and many other Asian dishes. Along with the culinary uses, Ajmal Herbs Methi Dana comes with a lot of anti-biotic and phytochemical properties, promoting its usage in the formation of various medicines. Enriched with minerals, vitamins, proteins, and phytonutrients, a lot of health benefits are attached with Methi Dana benefits which have the ability to protect the body from numerous ailments. The digestion becomes smooth with the proper consumption; however, Fenugreek uses offers excellentrelief from constipationand diabetic issues. The presence of potassium, zinc, sulfur, copper, and magnesium maintains the blood sugar level andblood pressure and gives protection against enzymes.
The seeds are alterative, anthelmintic, antiinflammatory, antiseptic (mild), antispasmodic, aperient, aphrodisiac, aromatic, carminative, demulcent, digestive, diuretic (mild), emmenagogue, emollient, expectorant, febrifuge, galactagogue, hypoglycemic, laxative, mucilaginous, mucolytic, nervine, nutritive, phytoestrogenic, restorative, stimulant and tonic. Fenugreek is prescribed to treat anorexia, but its bulking effects can also aid dieting by making the stomach feel full. Being a mild diuretic it is effective in reducing weight. Fenugreek contains natural expectorant properties ideal for treating sinus and lung congestion, and loosens and removes excess mucus and phlegm. Fenugreek is also an excellent source of selenium, an anti-radiant which helps the body utilize oxygen. Fenugreek is also a recommended remedy for all manner of gynaecological problems, including infection of the uterus and inflammation of the vagina and vulva. Also useful in leucorrhoea, painful menstruation, pain in the back and for minimising the symptoms of menopause. Lowers fever and detoxifies the body.
Fenugreek is a natural source of iron, silicon, sodium and thiamine. Fenugreek is also used in colic, flatulence, gastritis, dysentery, diarrhoea, dyspepsia with loss of appetite, chronic cough, bronchitis, oedema, upper respiratory catarrh, fever and enlargement of the liver and spleen. Also used to induce childbirth and to increase breast-milk flow in nursing mothers, for which it is perfectly safe, and also has a reputation of stimulating development of the breasts. One of its constituent, diosgenin, is employed to make synthetic estrogen, and it is believed to be the activity of this constituent that encourages the growth of the breast tissue. Normalises a women�s system after delivery. The herb may also be used as a natural form of hormone replacement therapy to treat hot flashes associated with menopause.
The seeds are high in dietary fiber, which may be the main reason for its ability to help lower blood sugar levels in diabetes. In 2001 diabetes researchers in Jaipur, India noted that fenugreek lowers blood sugar levels in Type 2 diabetes mellitus, reducing resistance to insulin and removing excess triglycerides in the blood. The fibre and saponins are known to lower elevated cholesterol and blood lipids, including in those with diabetes, while its hormonal qualities are reported to combat loss of virility in men, according to several controlled studies. Generally, fenugreek does not lower HDL (Good Cholesterol). An indian research published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology in 2002 showed the seeds� antiulcer properties.
Fenugreek prevents pimples, wrinkles and blackheads and improves the complexion. It is also a hair tonic and a cure for baldness when applied on hair.
Recommended Dosage:3 to 6 g powder of dried seeds.
Contraindication:This herb is not recommended during pregnancy, as it can be a uterine stimulant.
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