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Fenugreek seeds

Fenugreek seeds

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Fenugreek is a versatile herb grown for its edible seeds and leaves, as well as its potential medicinal benefits. Both the seeds and leaves are used in a variety of culinary dishes and medicinal products. It is native to the Mediterranean and is cultivated in various parts of the world for its seeds and leaves, which are edible and have various culinary and medicinal applications.

Here are some important features about the fenugreek plant:

1. Fenugreek seeds: Fenugreek seeds are the most used part of the plant and are widely known for their bitter taste and characteristic aroma. They are used in the cuisine of many cultures, especially Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine. They can be used whole or ground to flavor curries, breads, salads and other dishes.

2. Fenugreek Leaves: Fresh fenugreek leaves are also edible and used in salads, stews and other dishes. They have a slightly bitter taste and are rich in nutrients.

3. Medicinal properties: Fenugreek has been traditionally used in herbal medicine due to its possible medicinal properties. It has been researched for its ability to improve digestion, control blood sugar levels in people with diabetes, increase breast milk production in nursing mothers, and relieve symptoms of various conditions, such as menopause and inflammation.

4. Fenugreek Supplements: You can also find fenugreek supplements in the form of capsules, powder, or liquid extracts in health food stores and pharmacies. These supplements are used to take advantage of the potential health benefits of fenugreek.

5. Cultivation: The fenugreek plant is easy to grow and can be grown in gardens or pots. It does best in temperate climates and requires well-drained soil and sunlight.

Growing green leafy vegetables and herbs in pots is very easy and they grow very fast -

The harvest will be in less than 30 days , they do not require special care, they only need good quality soil, water with a suitable growing environment. It grows well in the spring and summer season and in a tropical region, you can grow it all year round.

Its medicinal use is present in the order issued by Charlemagne that calls for his fields to grow a series of herbs and condiments including Fenugreek.


Choose a place with a temperate or warm climate, in full sun and shelter from the wind. Fenugreek does not tolerate cold or excessive humidity.

  • Prepare the soil with a pH between 5 and 8, neutral to slightly acidic. You can use compost or organic fertilizer to improve soil fertility.

  • Sow fenugreek seeds in late spring, in holes 2 or 3 cm deep and with a distance of 25 cm between each row. Water well after sowing and keep the soil moist, but not waterlogged.

  • Harvest the leaves when the plant is about 30 cm tall, cutting only the tips to encourage growth. The seeds are harvested when the pods are dry and brown, usually between August and September.

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