Dried Fenugreek leaves is good for sprinkles on culinary dishes
Weight : 200 gms or 7 Oz
It is also known as Alholva, Bird’s Foot, Bockshornklee, Bockshornsame, Chandrika, Fenogreco, Medhika, Methi, Sénégrain, Trigonella, Woo Lu Bar and Greek Clover, because of its resemblance to clover, among other nams. This popular herb is native of the Mediterranean region, Southern Europe and Asia. The Fenugreek is used extensively in Indian cuisine, not just because of its zesty quality that will turn any dull dish into a delicious meal. But also because of its phenomenal properties to prevent bloating after eating as well as gas as it happens with Vata types according to Ayurveda. It also has beneficial properties to enrich and increase the production of breast milk and delay aging in female’s reproductive system. While for men it can boost the levels of testosterone and sexual functions. This seeds can be used as a delicious tea but we suggest to slightly roast them before grinding to obtain a superb aromatic culinary spice that you will use profusely.
Keywords : health benefits, digestive, women’s health, Indian cuisine, breast milk, Ayurveda.