The use of green and dry fenugreek is very useful for our health in daily life. Therefore, dried fenugreek seeds are also used as a spice in the kitchen. Fenugreek is an antibiotic due to its bitter taste and purifies the blood. Fenugreek contains elements such as phosphate and vitamin D and iron ore. It is bitter because of the glycosites present in it.
It is also traditionally used in fenugreek seeds, pickles and vegetables. In winter season it is used in Lily Methi Puri, Dhebaran, Bhaji, Thepla, Bhajiya etc. One teaspoon of fenugreek is rich in carbohydrates, manganese, protein and calories. Its bitter taste increases appetite and digestion power.
Consuming it in large quantity increases bile, but if it is taken in less quantity then it is beneficial in fever, anorexia, debility, karma, recurrent diarrhea, vomiting, cough etc. Removes swollen and red colored wounds from inside. Fenugreek vegetable is considered very beneficial and its seeds are also very beneficial. It is like an elixir for cholesterol and diabetic patients.
In diseases like sciatica, taking powder of fenugreek and ginger with lukewarm water in the morning and evening provides relief in pain. Those who do not have pain in hands and feet, they can make laddus by roasting fenugreek flour in ghee and eating it once a day will cure the pain of hands and feet. People with gas problem do not get gas by swallowing 5 grains of fenugreek at night.
For those who have hair problems, applying fenugreek will stop dandruff and hair fall and soaking its seeds in coconut oil overnight and massaging it in the morning will make the hair black and strong. Many people find relief by soaking dried fenugreek leaves in water to get relief from the hot sun during the summer season.
People suffering from diabetes get relief by drinking a spoonful of fenugreek flour with water every morning and soaking the seeds in water overnight. To reduce the amount of sugar in the urine, this water should be drunk for 1 month.
After delivery, women suffering from leukemia are benefitted by consuming fenugreek and ghee and jaggery. A person with low blood pressure benefits by eating ginger vegetable and a person with high blood pressure benefits by swallowing fenugreek seeds with water.