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Fenugreek 200g

Fenugreek 200g

  • $2.60

<p>Fenugreek/ வெந்தயம்</p>

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Product Description

Sathva Fenugreek is premium fenugreek seeds dried under the warm embrace of sunlight. These seeds, carefully harvested from the fenugreek plant, undergo a meticulous sun-drying process that removes moisture while preserving their natural essence. As they dry, these seeds develop a captivating aroma reminiscent of maple syrup and a mildly bitter, nutty taste.


Uses of fenugreek

Fenugreek seeds, with their distinct flavor and aroma, offer a multitude of creative ways to enhance your culinary experiences. Here are some different ways to use fenugreek seeds!

  1. Fenugreek seeds can be sprouted to create fenugreek sprouts, which are crisp and packed with nutrients. These sprouts can be used in salads, sandwiches, or as a garnish, adding a fresh and slightly bitter taste to your dishes.

  2. Fenugreek seeds can be steeped in hot water to create a soothing herbal tea. The tea is believed to have various health benefits, including aiding digestion and supporting lactation in nursing mothers.

  3.  Fenugreek seeds are a popular ingredient in pickles and chutneys. They add a tangy and slightly bitter flavor that complements the other ingredients. You can use them whole or ground to enhance the taste and texture of your homemade condiments.

  4. Fenugreek seeds can be added to doughs for bread and flatbread preparations. They provide a unique flavor and a delightful crunch.

Benefits of fenugreek

Fenugreek is packed with nutrients, including fiber, protein, iron, magnesium, manganese, and vitamin B6. These nutrients contribute to overall health and well-being. 

Fenugreek supports digestive health. It may help alleviate symptoms of indigestion, bloating, and constipation. The fiber content in fenugreek can promote regularity and improve bowel movements.

Fenugreek may help regulate blood sugar levels. It contains compounds that may improve insulin sensitivity, enhance glucose metabolism, and reduce the absorption of carbohydrates. This makes fenugreek particularly interesting for individuals with diabetes or those at risk of developing the condition.

Fenugreek has long been used to promote milk production in nursing mothers. It is believed to stimulate milk production due to its high content of phytoestrogens.