Fenugreek is a very popular herb in India and Arabic regions. The first written record of Fenugreek use is dated to 1500 B.C. Egypt. Cultivation extends back even further, there is carbon dated evidence of charred Fenugreek from 4,000 B.C. in Iraq . The leaves, seeds, and vegetable all are used in different ways. It is extremely common in Asian curries and European pickling. Fenugreek has also been traditionally taken in Ayurveda medicine to treat a long list of conditions and promote sexual health .
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How to take
With a Meal on a Cycled Basis
300-500 mg per serving
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