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Fenugreek

Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) is an aromatic, and culinary herb, popular around the world for both its flavour and health supporting properties. Available as both capsules and in dried herb (tea) form, it’s best known for its traditional use in supporting healthy milk production while breastfeeding, and as digestive support.

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What is Fenugreek?

Fenugreek is a herb in the pea family that has been popular for thousands of years, as a food and as a support for health. Originating in the Middle East, its popularity spread throughout both Asia and Europe - where it is part of traditional western herbal healthcare.

The Benefits of a Fenugreek Supplement

  • Traditionally, fenugreek has been used as a herb to support breastfeeding women. The extra nutritional needs at this time, need special attention - consider including a nutritious serving of Floradix.
  • Fenugreek contains a volatile oil, which when heated when making a tea, releases a comforting aroma. These compounds also calm the digestive tract and support healthy digestion. To provide extra calming support to the digestive tract, include some Aloe Vera.
  • Fenugreek may also support healthy blood sugar levels.

How to take Fenugreek

Whilst the whole plant is edible, and the leaves and seeds are both popular in cuisine around the world, the seeds are most commonly used in herbal extracts. Capsules and tea are both included in HealthPost’s range of fenugreek, alone and combined with other herbs, to suit all tastes and needs.

Fenugreek supplements are a part of the Specialty Supplements range here at HealthPost

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Fenugreek

Fenugreek

What is Fenugreek?

Fenugreek is a herb in the pea family that has been popular for thousands of years, as a food and as a support for health. Originating in the Middle East, its popularity spread throughout both Asia and Europe - where it is part of traditional western herbal healthcare.

The Benefits of a Fenugreek Supplement

  • Traditionally, fenugreek has been used as a herb to support breastfeeding women. The extra nutritional needs at this time, need special attention - consider including a nutritious serving of Floradix.
  • Fenugreek contains a volatile oil, which when heated when making a tea, releases a comforting aroma. These compounds also calm the digestive tract and support healthy digestion. To provide extra calming support to the digestive tract, include some Aloe Vera.
  • Fenugreek may also support healthy blood sugar levels.

How to take Fenugreek

Whilst the whole plant is edible, and the leaves and seeds are both popular in cuisine around the world, the seeds are most commonly used in herbal extracts. Capsules and tea are both included in HealthPost’s range of fenugreek, alone and combined with other herbs, to suit all tastes and needs.

Fenugreek supplements are a part of the Specialty Supplements range here at HealthPost


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