Fenugreek Oil ( Pure) - 30ml
Fenugreek oil is extracted with seeds of fenugreek. Fenugreek seed ( Trigonella foenum-graecum) oil has a lot of health benefits, especially for diabetes, skin care, Acne, weight loss, digestion, sexual health, hair, and cancer. It has been used as an excellent treatment for stomach related issues. People use this oil in aromatherapy as well.
Health Benefits of Fenugreek Oil:
Diabetes: Fenugreek Oil is considered very good to maintain a good level of blood sugar, which reduces the strain on the pancreas and makes your chances of developing diabetes much lower. Studies show, using fenugreek, may help support healthy blood sugar levels. This could be particularly useful for those who have blood sugar fluctuations. Fenugreek is high in nutrients that may assist with proper digestion. For this need, it’s often recommended that you have fenugreek oil. The recommended fenugreek oil dosage for this use between 10-20 drops grams daily, depending on your sugar levels.
Support Healthy Digestion: Fenugreek is commonly used as a natural digestion aid. Taking it regularly is believed to promote a healthy digestive tract. It seems to help in all areas of digestion trouble, whether you need help moving things along in the bathroom, or help to slow things down.
Acne: Applying a few drops of this oil to the affected area can speed the healing process and protect against further infections. How? Put about 5 drops of essential oil in 5 ml of base oil, for which jojoba oil or almond oil is an ideal choice. Massage this oil on the face and skin covered with acne pimples. It reduces inflammation and redness around the pimples. It also alleviates swelling and the pain that comes with these pimples. This application also prevents the formation of new blackheads. This is because blackheads are formed by oxidation and fenugreek oil is an antioxidant, so it prevents the pimples from oxidizing.
Breast Enlargement: One of the unique benefits of this oil is its role in breast enlargement. By applying it to the breasts, the antioxidant and hormone-altering compounds are believed to stimulate breast growth.
Weight Loss: Some of the polysaccharides found in this oil have been directly linked to boosting the metabolism, which can help to improve fat-burning and aid in losing weight.
Respiratory Health: For many years, this oil has been used as a means of expelling mucus, clearing out your respiratory tracts, while also attacking the underlying infections.
Kidney Health: Fenugreek oil is able to stimulate kidney function, which means a faster detoxification of the body, and a lower risk of chronic disease.
To Support Milk Supply: It’s often recommended that nursing mothers who want to support a healthy milk supply.
Boosts Testosterone Levels: Fenugreek Oil Helps To Boost Testosterone Levels. Increasing testosterone levels is an ideal state of affairs for most men, as it translates to enhanced sexual libido, muscle building potential and overall sense of wellbeing. Studies have confirmed that men who supplement with a fennel based product have higher testosterone levels than men who do not.
Anti Cancer: When it comes to cancer, one thing is very clear- prevention is far better than cure, as treatment takes a lot out of you. Fenugreek oil possesses various saponins, which can halt the replication of cancer cells and auto-program them to “suicide”, a process known as apoptosis. Cancer cells are designed to grow uncontrollably, lacking the mechanism that tells normal cells their life is up. To date, it has shown promise in reducing the incidence of prostate, breast and colon cancers. Fenugreek works best to kill cancer cells when it is followed up by a course of radiation.
How to Use:
There are a number of different uses for fenugreek oil, including the following:
Taking Orally by mouth: You can consume this oil orally, however in moderation and as per your doctor's advice, for different health conditions. For general purpose, adults can take 10-20 drops. You can have little water after having this fenugreek oil. Excess of everything is bad only.
Topical Moisturizer and Skin Cleanser: If you want to make a skin mask using this oil, some people blend 10 drops of the oil with 10 drops of Almond oil or wheat germ oil, as well as a scoop of yogurt. Apply this to the skin or face for incredible effects.
Aromatherapy & Massage: This oil can be used in aromatherapy, or as a massage oil and can be combined with other essential oils like cinnamon oil.
The amount of fenugreek you should take each day depends on a number of factors, including your weight, age and health status. Only your doctor can tell you how much fenugreek is appropriate for you. For this reason, consult your doctor for personalized fenugreek dosage recommendations before taking this herbal supplement.
1. Allergic Reactions & Inflammation: Avoid use if you are allergic to fenugreek.
2. During Pregnancy: There are powerful active ingredients in this oil that can affect hormonal levels, which usually isn’t good for pregnant or nursing women.
3. Hypoglycemia: Furthermore, the blood sugar-lowering properties of the oil can be dangerous when consumed in conjunction with blood sugar-lowering medication. Those with bleeding disorders may also have their condition exacerbated when consuming excess of this oil.