Increased Male Libido and other Health Benefits of Fenugreek Tea
Fenugreek - Trigonella foenum-graecum L.
Used part: Leaf
Originally from India and Pakistan, Greek hay (trigonella foenum-graecum), also known as alfarva or alforva, had its anticancer properties proven by several studies, as well as a reduction in glucose levels in diabetic patients, a decrease in total cholesterol and increased HDL. It is also sought to decrease menopausal symptoms and to stimulate milk production in breastfeeding women.
Greek hay helps in the treatment of gastritis, cholesterol, inflammation, anemia, rickets, cellulitis, constipation, cavities, pharyngitis, menstrual cramps, hemorrhoids, boils, dandruff, hair loss among many other things.
This herb increases body energy, muscle mass and reduces body fat, as well as lessen the symptoms of menopause and stimulate milk production in breastfeeding women. It has been proven, according to studies in Australia that the use of this herb can increase the male libido. This plant is a great general reconstituent of the organism, speaking physically and mentally.
Good Herbal Remedy:
- Decrease and control cholesterol and blood glucose levels
- Controlling anemia
- Treating gastritis
- Decrease inflammation
- Treat cavities and pharyngitis
- Improve bowel function
- Relieve the symptoms of menopause
- Decrease menstrual cramps
- Stimulate the production of testosterone
- Increase energy
- Reduce body fat
Its medicinal properties are concentrated in the seeds, which can be used milled and diluted in milk, in capsules, cooking the seeds to make tea, among other forms. One can buy this seed at natural food stores. Here's how to use:
Greek hay tea to gain weight, lack of appetite and intestinal problems: boil 10 to 15 minutes a tablespoon of seeds in 400ml of water, drink in the morning on a fast. You should take discontinuous.
Greek hay for gums, gargles and vaginal washes: boil for two minutes two teaspoons of seeds in a cup of water. Then strain the tea and use it on scalp compresses for treatment of dandruff and baldness. If the problem is of hoarseness the gargling is done and in vaginal inflammations the washing.
Greek hay tea for menopause relief: use a cup of cold water over two teaspoons of seeds, let stand for 3 hours. Then boil the water and seeds, strain and drink while it is still warm, drink three times a day to relieve the symptoms of menopause.
Compress with the seeds of Greek hay to boil: use 110g of seeds with water or vinegar, beat in the blender until obtaining a homogeneous consistency, take to the fire until raising boil. After this spread the mixture still warm on a cloth and apply over the inflamed place until cool, this procedure should be done 3 to 4 times a day.
The use of Greek hay is contraindicated in pregnant women, as it was formerly used to induce labor, and in diabetic people who are dependent on insulin. Its use can cause gas, bloated belly, diarrhea and skin irritations.