The name fenugreek or foenum-graecum is from Latin for “Greek hay”. The plant’s similarity to wild clover has likely spawned its Swedish name: “bockhornskl?ver” as well as the German: “Bockshornklee”, both literally meaning: “ram’s horn clover”.
|Botanical Name Family Part Used Hotness Scale||Trigonella foenum-graecum L Leguminosae Seed|
|Harvesting Season Hotness Scale||Feb, March 2|
|Flavour||powerful ,aromatic and bittersweet, like burnt sugar. There is a aftertaste, similer to celery or lovage.r to celery or lovage|
|Packing||18 kgs/25 kgs /40 kgs in Jute or HDPE Bags Or As per buyer?s Requirement|
|Labelling||As per buyer’s requirement|
Shipping Pruthvi Enterprise shipping different grades, as per the buyers requirement. Fenugreek seeds yields both a herb and a spice. India and Egypt are Primary countries of origin.
- Fenugreek seeds helps to control type I and II diabetes.
- It reduces high serum cholesterol.
- This seeds relieves constipation may be because the seeds contain a gum which when mixed with water expands in the gut and adds bulk to the stool.
- It can be prescribed to nursing mothers to increase their milk production.
- Since fenugreek seeds contain chemicals (diosgenin and estrogens isoflavones) similar to the female sex hormone oestrogen is considered as a potent menstruation promoter (menstrual discomforts), minimise symptomsof menopause.
- Fenugreek sprouts can be incorporated in your salads to help to minimise these problems.