In a family of Fabaceae, Fenugreek is a herbal plant similar to clover with leaves consisting of three small obovate to oblong leaflets, cultivated globally, as a semi-arid crop, and its seeds, and leaves are common ingredients in dishes throughout the Indian subcontinent, known as methi. In Indian culinary, the seeds are used in cooking, and its fenugreek leaves are eaten as a vegetable. Its culinary use in small quantities is believed to be safe. Fenugreek is also used to make medicine, or to hide the taste of other medicine.
As an ingredient in spice blends, flavoring agent in imitation maple syrup, foods and beverages, tobacco, in manufacturing, fenugreek extracts are used in soaps and cosmetics.
As a vegetable, Fenugreek leaves are eaten, orally taken by mouth for digestive problems such inflammation of the stomach (gastritis), upset stomach, constipation, for loss of appetite, diabetes, painful menstruation, polycystic ovary syndrome, and obesity.
|PRODUCT NAME||FENUGREEK SEEDS|
|Botanical Name||“Fenu greek Seeds Consists of The Dried Ripe Seeds of the TRIGONELLA FOENUMGRAECUM L”|
|Harvesting Season||Feb, March|
|Flavor||“Free From Foreign Odour & Taste Such as Mustiness or Rancidity”|
|Shelf Life||1 Year From Production Date|
|GMO Status||Not Genetically Modified|
|Packaging||10 kg, 15 kg , 25 kg, paper/ply bags|
|Labelling||As Per Buyers Requirement|
|Specification||“Detailed Specification Can Be Provided on Customer Request”|
|Microbiological Parameters||“As Per Requirement and Importing Country Norms”|