Fenugreek for Health and Fertility

Benefits of fenugreek

Fenugreek is an herb having many health benefits. Most of the people will use this fenugreek as fresh and dried seeds, its leaf, twigs, even its root also used as spice, flavoring agent, and as supplements. These fenugreek are playing a vital role in health benefits. 

Fenugreek is help to reduce the risk of:

  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Obesity
  • High cholesterol
  • High blood pressure
  • Heart conditions
  • Inflammations

The usage or taking of the compounds in fenugreek may even cause uterine contractions in the course of being pregnant and get worse hormone-sensitive types of cancer. Fenugreek can cause mild symptoms of diarrhea and bloating if a higher amount is consumed.

Uses of fenugreek:

Fenugreek seeds are one of the oldest mentioned medically used plants in ancient medicine. Fenugreek extract are used in many common products including:

  • Soaps
  • Cosmetics
  • Teas
  • Masalas and spice blend
  • Condiments
  • Syrup product

The fenugreek contains the following nutrients:

Fenugreek contains many kinds of essential nutrients which help for strong antioxidants. There are some of the nutrients which are present in fenugreek like: Choline, Inositol, Biotin, Vitamin A, B vitamins, Vitamin D, some soluble and insoluble fibers, and iron. 

Uses of Fenugreek in medical conditions:

  • Digestion problems such as constipation, loss of appetite and gastritis
  • Breast milk productions and flow
  • Diabetes
  • Low testosterone 
  • Painful menstruation
  • Menopause
  • Arthritis
  • High blood pressure
  • Obesity
  • Boils
  • Low exercise performance 
  • Ulcers
  • Open wounds
  • Muscle pains
  • Migraines and headaches 
  • Childbirth pains

Fenugreek and Diabetes:

  • The four compounds in fenugreek have anti-diabetic properties. 
  • They will reduce intestinal glucose absorption
  • Delay gastric emptying
  • Improve insulin sensitivity and action
  • Reduce concentration of lipid binding protein.

In the excessive fats food plan with 2% of complete fenugreek seed given as a supplementation for 16 weeks had higher glucose tolerance. However, fenugreek will not improve the glucose tolerance in a low fat diet. 

Milk production and flow:

Fenugreek may also help to stimulate breast milk production and maintain the flow of milk. Traditional practitioners in Asian medicines recommended the benefits of fenugreek for a very long time. Take 3 cups of fenugreek tea daily for 2 weeks; it will increase in milk volume. 

In weight loss diet:

Fenugreek can help to reduce overeating and lead to weight loss by reducing appetite. The weight loss is because of the fiber content present in the fenugreek which is extract as a powders may also lead to feeling of fullness of stomach  

Improves Male fertility:

Fenugreek will also help to increase the low testosterone and sperm levels. In fenugreek the extract consistently improved mental alertness, mood and libido. 

Reduces inflammation:

The substantial levels of antioxidants which are present in the fenugreek that will give a great potential as an anti-inflammatory agent. The high antioxidant flavonoid content in fenugreek seeds can  also reduce the inflammation. 

Helps in heart health:

Fenugreek may help to regulate cholesterol level and improve blood pressure which can also reduce the risk of developing the heart condition and improve the heart health. Because the fenugreek seed contains roughly dietary fiber. Dietary fiber is very hard to digest and takes some time to digest; it forms a viscous gel in the intestines which makes it harder to digest the sugars and fats. 

Pain Relief:

Fenugreek seeds used for pain relief in traditional systems of medicine for a long period. In fenugreek the compound is referred to as alkaloids within the herb which helps to block sensory receptors that permit the mind to understand pain. Women with painful periods can take capsules of fenugreek seed or powder. It is advised in a dose of 3 times a day for 3 days periods for 2 consecutive months to maintain the pain free periods.  

Adverse effects of Fenugreek

  • Diarrhea
  • Upset stomach 
  • The urine, sweat, breast milk taking on the maple like odor 
  • Dizziness
  • Headache

Some people may also have allergic reactions to fenugreek, although this is a very rare case.   

Fenugreek in Fertility
Fenugreek in Fertility

Pregnant women should use fenugreek seeds because it carries compounds like vitamins and iron which is important to pregnancy that can stimulate contractions and may cause birth abnormalities. Fenugreek also can act in addition to estrogen in the body so it may have a negative impact with hormone sensitive cancers. In general, most people with health issues should avoid fenugreek or use it cautiously.

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