Do Not Buy Fenugreek Until You Read This!

Feb 6, 2023 | Lysulin News

Where can I buy fenugreek? What form of the herb do I need for my ailment? These are common questions that I hear all the time. You need to understand the different forms of fenugreek and what they are used for before you rush out and start spending your money on the wrong product! Before I get in to the particulars of where to buy it, and what form of this incredible herb you need, let’s talk about what fenugreek is very briefly.

Fenugreek is an ancient culinary herb that has been around for centuries, and as usual, we here in the west are the last to know about it’s healing properties! Well, the word is slowly leaking out about this extremely beneficial herb.

Fenugreek is getting more well known in recent times due to the fact that it is so diverse in it’s uses. It is known to help with acne, cholesterol, digestion, diabetes care, breast milk production, sores, cataracts, athletic performance, anti inflammatory uses, cardiovascular disease, insect repellent, the list goes on and on.

It is not well known enough to be at your local drugstore…yet.

So where do you buy fenugreek? It depends on what form of the herb you are looking for.

For Acne, you are going to want the raw fenugreek seeds. You can buy Acne treatments with fenugreek seed in them, but nothing works as well as the raw seeds. Just grind them or crush them up into a powder, then mix the powder with a small amount of water, and apply the paste with some cotton balls.

If you are a diabetic and you are trying to lower your overall blood glucose levels for a nice A1c result, you are going to want to get the ground up seeds in a pill form. This form of the herb metabolizes faster than eating the raw seeds, and as a result lowers your blood glucose faster.

If you are trying to increase breast milk production, you can buy fenugreek as a liquid concentrate in vegetarian capsules. This form of fenugreek is a dietary supplement and works best for increasing breast milk production. Remember that using this herb for milk production is only recommended after your baby is born. It is not recommended to use during pregnancy in this quantity.

Source by Johnny Hofmann