Fenugreek is a herb belonging to the legume family. Its homeland is the Near East, especially Lebanon and Syria, Southwest Europe, India and China. It spreads over a wide area up to the Mediterranean. In essence, there are 40 kinds of substances.
Fenugreek, the use of which dates back to ancient times, is used in Middle Eastern and Indian cuisine today. It is also known in Turkish cuisine, especially in the form of fenugreek powder. Fenugreek is consumed raw as well as meals, and is also used in making tea and spices. It is a very useful plant.
What Are the Benefits of Fenugreek Tea?
- Relieves cough.
- It softens the chest.
- It removes phlegm.
- Relieves bronchitis and sore throat.
- It gives comfort.
- Due to its bitterness, it stimulates the digestive system and helps to weaken.
- Stomach and intestinal gas is removed.
- It helps to strengthen the body and keep it vigorous.
- It is good for anemia, loss of appetite and weakness.
- It has a sexual power-enhancing effect.
How to Drink Fenugreek Tea?
- Fenugreek seeds are collected when they ripen in the fall.
- 1.5 teaspoons of seeds are placed in 1 glass of hot water and boiled slowly for 10 minutes.
- You can add 3-4 teaspoons of lemon juice or vinegar to your tea to prevent the fenugreek tea from spoiling or clumping. Otherwise, the concentrated tea may disturb your stomach and cause vomiting.