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Fenugreek Liquid Herb Extract

Fenugreek

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Fenugreek may help with numerous digestive problems, such as upset stomach, constipation and inflammation of the stomach. For instance, the water-soluble fiber in fenugreek, among other foods, helps relieve constipation. It also works to treat digestion and is often incorporated in an ulcerative colitis diet treatment plan due to its anti-inflammatory effects. Fenugreek also seems to benefit those with heart conditions, such as hardening of the arteries and high blood levels of certain fats, including cholesterol and triglycerides. In fact, a study out of India showed that administering 2.5 grams of fenugreek twice daily for three months to people dealing with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus significantly lowered cholesterol naturally, along with triglycerides, without affecting HDL cholesterol. Fenugreek also helps breastfeeding women who may experience low milk supply. Fenugreek can increase a woman’s breast milk supply because it acts as a galactagogue, which is a substance to increase milk supply. This stimulates the milk ducts and can increase milk production in as little as 24 hours.
The seeds in fenugreek have been found to have protein, vitamin B, C, E, niacin, diosgenin, and potassium.
Fenugreek also pacts alkaloids, lysine, L-tryptophan, and steroidal saponins just to name a few compounds.
Fenugreek contains a wide variety of nutrients such as iron, magnesium, copper, vitamin B6, and dietary fiber.

$18.00$228.00 excl. GST

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Fenugreek may help with numerous digestive problems, such as upset stomach, constipation and inflammation of the stomach. For instance, the water-soluble fiber in fenugreek, among other foods, helps relieve constipation. It also works to treat digestion and is often incorporated in an ulcerative colitis diet treatment plan due to its anti-inflammatory effects. Fenugreek also seems to benefit those with heart conditions, such as hardening of the arteries and high blood levels of certain fats, including cholesterol and triglycerides. In fact, a study out of India showed that administering 2.5 grams of fenugreek twice daily for three months to people dealing with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus significantly lowered cholesterol naturally, along with triglycerides, without affecting HDL cholesterol. Fenugreek also helps breastfeeding women who may experience low milk supply. Fenugreek can increase a woman’s breast milk supply because it acts as a galactagogue, which is a substance to increase milk supply. This stimulates the milk ducts and can increase milk production in as little as 24 hours.
The seeds in fenugreek have been found to have protein, vitamin B, C, E, niacin, diosgenin, and potassium.
Fenugreek also pacts alkaloids, lysine, L-tryptophan, and steroidal saponins just to name a few compounds.
Fenugreek contains a wide variety of nutrients such as iron, magnesium, copper, vitamin B6, and dietary fiber.

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