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Fenugreek Tea is rich in analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and diuretic properties that contribute to the well-being of the body. It is consumed to control diabetes, strengthen the immune system and improve male sexual activity. Fenugreek Seeds are rich in amino acids, fibre, and vitamin C.
Ingredients: 100% Fenugreek Seeds Whole (Trigonella foenum-graecum).
What is Fenugreek Tea good for
Fenugreek Tea is one of the most recommended teas for the blood regulation of sugar levels (diabetes), favouring insulin resistance. This action is influenced by the fibres present in the composition of seeds, which promote speed reduction of absorption of sugars in the body. This medicinal tea is also indicated for the relief of menstrual cramps and the improvement of sexual function in men (because it increases the level of testosterone).
This natural tea may also soothe sore throats, strengthen defences, control cholesterol and aid weight loss. If your digestion is sluggish, brew Fenugreek Tea after lunch. Due to its detox potential, Fenugreek Tea can be an excellent ally in detoxifying the body. It increases satiety and muscle mass. Contributing to a healthy throat can also be an ally in relieving the symptoms of arthritis and muscle injuries.
What is Fenugreek?
Fenugreek, also known as Trigonella, is a type of spice appreciated in Oriental cuisine. From the use of the leaves to the seeds, Fenugreek has had a prestigious place in Chinese culture for thousands of years. Beyond borders, Fenugreek seeds are the basis of Curry, the famous culinary dish of Indian origin. It is also used in salads and to flavour cheeses in North Africa.
Fenugreek seeds have a bitter taste, but they are popular in cooking and teas. Today, they are also the target of several studies within Veterinary Medicine. Fenugreek is considered to be one of the oldest natural species used in human food and for medicinal purposes. In the Ancient Ottoman Empire, women consumed roasted Fenugreek seeds to obtain a slim body. In Egypt, they were also used as a paste on the skin to reduce fever.
Water temperature: 100º
Infusion time: 5 minutes
Recommended quantity: 2 teaspoons of Fenugreek Seeds per cup of tea (240ml). Consuming 3 to 4 cups a day with each main meal is recommended.
How to prepare Fenugreek Tea: In a cup (240ml), fill it with cold water and add two shallow teaspoons of Fenugreek Seeds. Then bring it to the boil. When it boils, remove it and leave it to infuse for 5 minutes. Finally, strain and allow cooling a little before drinking.
If you have a sore throat, boil 480ml of water with two tablespoons of Fenugreek and one ginger slice. Then remove from the heat, strain and leave to cool naturally. Use this fenugreek infusion to rinse your mouth once a day. After 48 hours, it is recommended to prepare a new tea.
If your immunity is low, add one lemon peel and one ginger peel to the Fenugreek tea.
Practice a healthy lifestyle to achieve the desired results.
Store in a cool, dry place away from light.
Warnings: The consumption of Fenugreek should be avoided by pregnant women and babies. Also, people with hypersensitivity to the active ingredient of the plant.
NOTE: The image presented was made in our company, however, the cut typology and dimensions of the plant may vary from supply to supply or season of the year.
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