|Packaging Size||25 kg|
|Shelf Life||1 - 2 Year|
|Packaging Type||HDPE Bag|
- Common Name: Fenugreek
- Other name: Shatapushpa
- Botanical Name: Foeniculum vulgare Mill.
- Plant Family: Apiaceae
Fenugreek seed has been used medicinally and for culinary purposes for millennia. It is most often utilized in Indian, Egyptian, and Middle Eastern cuisine, but is used commercially as a flavoring agent in much of the world. Its delicate maple-like flavor makes it perfect for baked goods and confectionaries and also for creating imitation maple syrups. Medicinally, it has been utilized in traditional herbalism to support digestion, support lactation in nursing mothers, and as a soothing topical application.Ayurvedic Actions:
Nutritive, digestive, hypoglycemic, demulcent, emollient, keratolytic, expectorant.Uses And Preparations:
Dried, ripe seed either whole or powdered as a culinary spice, encapsulated or made into a tincture. Dried, ripe seed powdered made into a paste for use as a poultice.