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Fenugreek Leaves Remedies

Other Names: Fenugreek Leaves, Fenugreek Seeds, Abaka, Abesh, Abish, Greek Hayseed, Bird's Foot, Trigonella,  Trigonella Foenum-Graecum
Traditional Usages: Culinary Spice, Gastric and Duodenal Ulcer, Dysentery, Colitis, Diarrhea, Irritable Bowel, Fistula, Crohn's Disease, Weak Digestion, Poor Appetite, General Debility, Convalescence, Sore Gums, Mouth Ulcers, Chronic Cough, Bronchitis, Thrombosis, Angina, Embolism, Hiatus Hernia, Impotence, Abscesses, Burns, Boils, Ulcers, Douche for Excessive Vaginal Discharge, Obesity, Baldness
Resources: Asia, Eastern Mediterranean, Southern Europe, Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Iran, Argentina, Morocco, Nepal, Africa, England, US
Parts Used: Seeds, Leaves, Roots
Health Warning: Avoid during Pregnancy.

Fenugreek Leaves - Herbal remedy for Dysentery:  Blend some fresh fenugreek leaves and some black currants with a little water.Take this twice a day.

Fenugreek Leaves - Herbal remedy for Pimples: Grind some fenugreek leaves into a paste.  Apply to the face before you retire each night. In the morning, the paste should be washed off using warm water. Pimples especially blackheads are treated with this herbal remedy.

Fenugreek Leaves - Herbal remedy for Zits: Make a paste by grinding fenugreek leaves with a little water. Apply paste to the skin.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal remedies


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