Fenugreek

Fenugreek

Fenugreek, Caps Ingredients: Fenugreek, Peptones USE: 2 caps per day

Benefits:

 Diabetes. Taking fenugreek seed may lower blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. Doses of at least 5 grams daily seems to help. Lower doses don't seem to work.

 Menstrual cramps (dysmenorrhea). Taking 1800-2700 mg of fenugreek seed powder three times daily for the first 3 days of a menstrual period followed by 900 mg three times daily for

the remainder of two menstrual cycles reduces pain in women with painful menstrual periods. The need for painkillers was also reduced.

 Sexual problems that prevent satisfaction during sexual activity. Taking 600 mg of a specific fenugreek seed extract (Libifem, Gencor Pacific Ltd.) each day seems to increase interest

in sex in healthy younger women with a low sex drive.

 Increasing response to sexual stimuli in healthy people. Taking 600 mg of a specific fenugreek seed extract (Testofen, Gencor Pacific Ltd) each day seems to improve ability and

interest in sex in older men that have started to lose interest and in healthy younger men.

 Athletic performance. Some early research suggests that taking a fenugreek supplement might slightly decrease body fat and improve bench press strength in trained athletes. But

fenugreek does not seem to improve overall strength.

 Persistent heartburn. Early research shows that taking a specific fenugreek product (FenuLife, Frutarom Belgium) before the two biggest meals of the day may reduce symptoms of

heartburn.

 High levels of cholesterol or other fats (lipids) in the blood (hyperlipidemia). Early research shows that taking fenugreek seed powder reduces total cholesterol, low-density lipoprotein

(LDL or "bad") cholesterol, and triglycerides. It also seems to increase high-density lipoprotein (HDL or "good") cholesterol.

 Breast-feeding. There are some reports that taking fenugreek capsules or drinking fenugreek tea beginning shortly after giving birth can increase milk production

in breastfeeding women. Fenugreek seems to help the most when it is started a day or two after giving birth. But not all research agrees. And some research shows that taking

fenugreek is less beneficial than taking Indian borage or palm date.

 Conditions in a man that prevent him from getting a woman pregnant within a year of trying to conceive (male infertility). Early research shows that taking fenugreek seed oil drops by

mouth three times daily for 4 months improves sperm count in men with a low concentration of sperm. But taking the other parts of the fenugreek seed does not seem to have this

effect.

 Symptoms of menopause. It is unclear if taking fenugreek seed improves hot flashes and other symptoms of menopause.

 Muscle strength. Early research shows that taking fenugreek seed extract for 60 days increases grip strength in healthy males.

 Obesity. Early research shows that taking a fenugreek seed extract 392 mg three times daily might reduce daily fat intake. Fenugreek fiber 4 or 8 grams seems to reduce hunger. But

it's not clear if this improves weight loss.

 Parkinson disease. Research shows that taking fenugreek seed extract (Indus Biotech Private Limited, Pune) twice daily for 6 months does not improve symptoms in people

with Parkinson's disease.

 A hormonal disorder that causes enlarged ovaries with cysts (polycystic ovary syndrome or PCOS). Some research shows that taking fenugreek seed extract daily for 8 weeks can

reduce ovarian cysts and improve symptoms. But not all research agrees.

 Swelling (inflammation) of the vagina (vaginitis). Early research shows that applying fenugreek vaginal cream into the vagina two times per week for 12 weeks improves symptoms and

reduces pain from atrophic vaginitis. But it doesn't seem to work as well as estrogen vaginal cream.

 Cough.

 Eczema (atopic dermatitis).

 Gout.

 Joint pain.

 Muscle pain.

 Patchy hair loss (alopecia areata).

 Prediabetes.

 Stomach ulcers.

 Wound healing.

 Other condition

 Peptones: Originally described by Swiss botanist Carl Nägeli in 1880 and derived from egg albumin,2 peptones are created by partially hydrolysing proteins using strong

acids, bases, or proteolytic enzymes. The result is a product rich in amino acids, peptides, vitamins, carbohydrates, nucleosides, minerals, and other components which can

be easily used by cells for growth

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