To Enhance Milk Production in New Mothers
Fenugreek is widely used as a galactagogue, or a milk flow-enhancing agent in new mothers. Nursing women take fenugreek in pill form or drink it as a tea after they’ve had a baby.
While fenugreek appears to be an effective galactagogue, it can have adverse effects if you take it while pregnant. Most doctors advise that women should only take fenugreek supplements once they’ve had their baby and not before.
To Maintain Blood Sugar Levels
Fenugreek seeds are commonly used as a supplement to control blood glucose, especially to prevent or treat diabetes. It appears to alleviate problems around the metabolism of blood sugar. Let’s take a look at some of the evidence behind this use of fenugreek.
To Boost Libido
One of fenugreek’s ancient uses is to enhance libido. Mediterranean and Western Asian cultures have incorporated the herb into their diets for thousands of years to enhance sexual desire. Recent studies have suggested that fenugreek may increase libido in both men and women.
To Soothe Skin Inflammation or Injury
Fenugreek powder has long been combined with other soothing herbs to make poultices and treat skin inflammation and injury. Recent studies have suggested that fenugreek may have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
Grown in a food forest, that uses no till, no manure, no fertilizer and no pesticides, this Food Forest produce is providing livelihood and education opportunity to these tribal farmers and their children.
Other environmental benefits include:
- Sequester Carbon @ 80,000 to 100,000 kg CO2 per Acre
- Increase Soil Fertility
- Promote Biodiversity
- Provide Livelihood
- Provide Education
- Increase Groundwater table
- Enhance Air Quality
- Reduce Heat Island effect
- Promote Health and Well-being
- Revive Narmada River
- Re-balance Water-cycle and Rain ecosystem