Fenugreek also spells Fenugreek, a fragrant herb of the pea family, and its dried flavorful seeds are used as a spice widely in the Asian region. However it is Native to Asia, southern Europe, and the Mediterranean region, Fenugreek is cultivated in central and southeastern Europe, western Asia, India, and northern Africa. It is suggested that Fenugreek seems to slow sugar absorption in the stomach and stimulate insulin whilst both of these effects to lower blood sugar in people with diabetes. Some people believe that Fenugreek might also improve levels of testosterone and estrogen, helping to improve interest in sex. This spice commonly is used as a medicine and People universally use Fenugreek for diabetes, menstrual cramps, sexual problems, enlarged prostate, high cholesterol, obesity, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support most of these uses.
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