Fenugreek Extract, 350 mg, 60 Capsules
Fenugreek Extract, 350 mg, 60 Capsules Fenugreek Extract, 350 mg, 60 Capsules Fenugreek Extract, 350 mg, 60 Capsules Fenugreek Extract, 350 mg, 60 Capsules Fenugreek Extract, 350 mg, 60 Capsules Fenugreek Extract, 350 mg, 60 Capsules

Fenugreek Extract, 350 mg, 60 Capsules

Our Price: $ 17.95
MSRP: $ 19.95

Fenugreek Supplement may help with:
Diabetes
high cholesterol
Wounds
inflammation
gastrointestinal aliments
Blood sugar support
Formulated by Ray Sahelian, MD
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Fenugreek herb is a Dietary supplement

  • 50% Fenusides
  • Blood Sugar Support
  • Dietary Supplement

Fenugreek herb is an annual Mediterranean and Asiatic herb with aromatic seeds. It is used around the world as a culinary spice and food that is soothing to the stomach.

Benefit, composition
Fenugreek seeds are an excellent source for saponins, which have many health benefits. Fenugreek extract supplement helps support sugar metabolism and may help maintain a healthy blood sugar level. *

Suggested Use, dosage, how much to take:
As a dietary supplement, take one to three capsules in the morning on an empty stomach or right before breakfast or as recommended by your health care provider.

Side effects, safety
No major side effects have been reported in the medical literature as far as we know. See the latest review of adverse reactions of Fenugreek extract.

Updated: December 12 2016

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings Per Container: 60 Capsules
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Fenugreek Seed Extract (Trigonella foenum-graecum) (standardized to 50% fenusides)
500 mg
†Daily Value or Recommended Daily Intake Not Established
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Magnesium Stearate, and White Rice.

Research review
Ceska Slov Farm. 2015. Effectiveness of phytotherapy in supportive treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus II. Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) seeds are known for their characteristic smell of soup seasoning and as an ingredient of Indian curry. Traditionally the seeds are used as macerate for the treatment of diabetes, cough, and flatulence, to increase breast milk secretion, and for anti-inflammatory and aphrodisiac effects. Antidiabetic properties are attributed mainly to galactomannan, 4-hydroxyisoleucin (4-OH-Ile), diosgenin and trigonelline. These substances demonstrate direct antidiabetic properties in clinical studies by increasing insulin secretion (4-OH-Ile), decreasing insulin resistance and glucose resorption from the GIT (galactomannan) and improvement in B-cells regeneration (trigonelline). Besides this main effect, the herb improves blood lipid spectre (4-OH-Ile, diosgenin), and has reno-protective (4-OH-Ile, trigonelline), neuroprotective (trigonelline) and antioxidant (diosgenin, trigonelline) effects. Antidiabetic efficacy of trigonelline is comparable to glibenclamide treatment and more effective than sitagliptine therapy. Given the large body of evidence and promising results in comparison with standard pharmacotherapy, fenugreek active substances have a potential to become a source of new antidiabetic medication.

Research review
Ceska Slov Farm. 2015. Effectiveness of phytotherapy in supportive treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus II. Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) seeds are known for their characteristic smell of soup seasoning and as an ingredient of Indian curry. Traditionally the seeds are used as macerate for the treatment of diabetes, cough, and flatulence, to increase breast milk secretion, and for anti-inflammatory and aphrodisiac effects. Antidiabetic properties are attributed mainly to galactomannan, 4-hydroxyisoleucin (4-OH-Ile), diosgenin and trigonelline. These substances demonstrate direct antidiabetic properties in clinical studies by increasing insulin secretion (4-OH-Ile), decreasing insulin resistance and glucose resorption from the GIT (galactomannan) and improvement in B-cells regeneration (trigonelline). Besides this main effect, the herb improves blood lipid spectre (4-OH-Ile, diosgenin), and has reno-protective (4-OH-Ile, trigonelline), neuroprotective (trigonelline) and antioxidant (diosgenin, trigonelline) effects. Antidiabetic efficacy of trigonelline is comparable to glibenclamide treatment and more effective than sitagliptine therapy. Given the large body of evidence and promising results in comparison with standard pharmacotherapy, fenugreek active substances have a potential to become a source of new antidiabetic medication.