» The dried leaves of the fenugreek are used as a quality flavor for meat, fish
and vegetable dishes.
» In foods, fenugreek is included as an ingredient in spice blends. It is
also used as a flavoring agent in imitation maple syrup, foods, beverages, and
» Fenugreek leaves are eaten in India as a vegetable.
» In manufacturing, fenugreek extracts are used in soaps and cosmetics.
» Fenugreek seeds are rich in vitamin E and is one of the earliest spices
known to man.
» Fenugreek is used for digestive problems such as loss of appetite, upset
stomach, constipation, and inflammation of the stomach (gastritis). It is also
used for conditions that affect heart health such as “hardening of the arteries”
» Fenugreek is sometimes used as a poultice. That means it is wrapped in
cloth, warmed and applied directly to the skin to treat local pain and swelling
(inflammation), muscle pain, pain and swelling of lymph nodes (lymphadenitis),
pain in the toes (gout), wounds, leg ulcers, and eczema.
» Prevents & relieves chronic bronchitis, respiratory problems, and
» The taste and odor of fenugreek resembles maple syrup, and it has been
used to mask the taste of medicines.