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Fenugreek powder is created from the seeds of the Fenugreek plant, a Mediterranean herb. Containing several vitamins and helpful alkaloids, Fenugreek powder has been consumed for many benefits. It is also used as flavoring in several foods and drinks, most notably artificial maple syrup.
Because Fenugreek may have an effect on testosterone, always consult with a physician before use. Although studies have indicated that Fenugreek might also be successful in lowering blood sugar levels, this herbal extract is intended to promote overall health only.
Serving Size & Timing
Take 1000 milligrams (about 1/2 tsp) up to three times daily, or as directed by a physician. May also be used as a culinary spice or added to tea.
Supplement FactsServing size: 1000 milligrams
Serving per container: *
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value**|
|Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum)… 1000 mg||*|
** Based on 2,000 calorie diet
Sugar, soy, dairy, yeast, gluten, corn and additives.
As a dietary supplement, take 1000 mg (about ½ tsp) up to three times daily, or as directed by a physician.
|US Standard Measuring Spoons|
|1 1/2 teaspoon||2500|
INGREDIENTS & FURTHER INFORMATION
CONCENTRATION OF FENUGREEK
This powder is pure and contains no fillers of any kind. It is light brown in color and smells somewhat of maple syrup.
FENUGREEK SIDE EFFECTS
Provided recommendations are adhered to, Fenugreek powder is likely safe to consume. Side effects may include stomach upset, bloating, gas and an odor in the urine similar to maple syrup. Fenugreek supplements should not be taken by women who are nursing or pregnant. If an allergic reaction occurs (itching, swelling, trouble breathing), discontinue use immediately and seek out a medical professional.
Do not take Fenugreek without a physician's approval if you are currently on diabetes medication or anticoagulants. These may interact with Fenugreek and lower blood sugar and slow clotting. Some bruising may occur.
I notice my joints weren't as sore after a workout and the pain in my knees wasn't as bad. I will be reordering*
On 10/14/2016 Tim said...
Came super fast. It seems to have an effect when i take it*
On 9/16/2016 alex said...
Just started taking fenugreek a few days ago. No big changes as of yet, but I'm excited to see what will happen if I keep taking it. Then again, I was only having one serving per day. I'm going to try to have it 2-3 times per day and see what happens. I'm all about anti-inflammatory supplements. Will update the rating if I see some significant change in the near future.*
On 9/2/2016 Milan said...
I added this to my pre workout regimen and started yesterday. It tastes ok, mixes well, and, as others have stated, has a nice aroma. Will have to give it more time to really detect positive benefits. 4 stars due to this, and no other reason .... if some noticeable improvement with stamina and sex drive, it will be 5 stars. Love the fact it is pure, no additives, etc.... good packaging, quick delivery. *
On 8/13/2016 JON said...
Started taking powdered Fenugreek 1 week ago. Pleasant smell and mixes well. I find it best to use warm water, enough to make a paste and then add my juice. It will probably take a few more days to notice benefits.*
On 5/17/2016 richard said...
Been using for about a week now. I take 4 grams and my joints havn't been inflamed as much. My libido and drive has also gone up quite a bit.*
On 4/21/2016 Mason said...
I have been taking fenugreek capsules for some time. I recently ordered powder from bulksupplements and was very glad to find that fenugreek is also used to make artificial maple syrup. The powder was extremely pure and smelled greatly of maple syrup. A little placed on a dish will give a wonderful maple syrup aroma throughout the room. And, I found that if I added a teaspoon of the powder to sausage (we use turkey sausage), the aroma during cooking was terrific and the sausage turned out wonderful. Going to experiment using the powder in cooking other foods.*
On 4/21/2016 Terry said...
Knee has been sore for a few months now I added this to the list of anti-inflammatory i have been taking and now with in about two weeks seems like my knee is getting better. did not do anything for sex drive
Note very bitter put in capsules *
On 4/20/2016 Lawrence said...
I know that fenugreek has been linked to improved libido & testosterone, which is good, but the reason I decided on this item for a free review is that I have done quite a bit of research on how fenugreek can assist with the uptake of creatine, thus eliminating the need for unnecessary sugar and/or carbohydrates. It's only been a week, so I can't really speak to just how well this particular aspect is working for me.
I take a serving of fenugreek in the morning. It did take me a few day to figure out how to take this product. Here is what I have found works best for me:
1 scoop grass fed whey protein (24G protein)
1/2 tsp Fenugreek
1 tsp Creatine
1/2 frozen banana
8-10 oz almond milk
I am not a diabetic - or even prediabetic. I avoid processed foods & refined sugars for the most part. What I have found is that this does help regulate my blood sugar levels throughout the day. Highly recommend if that is an issue for you. Hope this review helps.
On 12/19/2015 Scott said...
The following is a list of clinical trials, most double-blinded and placebo-controlled, recorded at the National Medical Library, MEDLINE, as abstracted by GreenMedInfo for Fenugreek:
1. Fenugreek seeds have a significant therapeutic effect on blood glucose and serum lipid profiles in insulin-dependant type 1 diabetics.
2. Fenugreek seeds improved glucose metabolism, serum lipid profile and adiponectin levels in type 2 diabetic (T2DM) patients.
3. Fenugreek powder may be a useful functional ingredient to reduce postprandial glycemia.
4. Fenugreek seeds improves triglyceride levels, glycemic control and decreases insulin resistance in mild type 2 diabetic patients.
5. Supplementation of Fenugreek in prediabetes subjects was associated with lower conversion to diabetes with no adverse effects.
6. Extracts of jamun, bitter melon (M. charantia), gymnema and fenugreek (T. gracecum) have antidiabetic and drug sparing activities.
7.Fenugreek contains a soluble fiber that improves blood lipid and glucose responses in rats, while also reducing abdominal fat.
8. Fenugreek reduces oxidative stress in diabetic rats.
9. Fenugreek reduces the body weight gain induced by a high-fat diet in obese mice.
10. Fenugreek reduces triglyceride accumulation in the liver of rats, indicating its potential therapeutic value in the treatment of fatty liver.
11. Fenugreek seed polyphenolic extract and quercetin compares favorably to metformin in improving insulin signaling, sensitivity and functioning in a rat model.
12. Fenugreek seed polyphenolic extract and quercetin compares favorably to metformin in improving insulin signaling, sensitivity and functioning in a rat model.
13. Fenugreek seeds improve swimming endurance in miace through the increase utilization of fatty acids as an energy source.
14. Pterocarpus marsupium and fenugreek seeds have anti-cataract activity in type 1 diabetic rats.
15. These findings demonstrated the preventive effect of fenugreek seed extract on fat deposition and dyslipidemia possibly by improvement in glucose and lipid metabolism.
16. Fenugreek seeds have therapeutic value in the treatment of type 2 diabetic patients.
17. A low dose vanadium compound in combination with Trignolla foenum (fenugreek) is effective in preventing diabetes-induced adverse changes in the lenses of diabetic mice.
18. Drinking fennel tea and fenugreek tea were significantly effective aid to suppress subjective appetite among overweight women in S. Korea.
Maternal galactagogue herbal tea supplementation containing fenugreek seems to be useful for enhancing breast milk production and facilitating infant birth weight regain in early postnatal days.
19. A combination of Fenugreek, Fennel and Melissa (Lemon Balm) extracts improves colic in breastfed infants within 1 week.
20. Systematic review of the efficacy of herbal galactogogues [Fenugreek, Silymarin].
21. Fenugreek extract can significantly enhance radiation induced apoptosis.
22. Dietary fenugreek and garlic was found to ameliorate the pathological changes in heart tissue and lipid abnormalities in serum and the heart after myocardial infarction.
23. Dietary fenugreek seed regresses pre-established cholesterol gallstones in mice.
24. Diosgenin, a compound isolated from fenugreek, has chemosensitizing activity against human liver cancer cells.
25. Fenugreek protects against selenite-induced oxidative stress in experimental cataractogenesis.
26. Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum graecum) seed polyphenols protects the liver from alcohol toxicity.
27. Fenugreek and a-tocopherol might represent a promising medicinal combination to ameliorate the toxic effects of cadmium exposure.
28. Fenugreek contains polyphenols which have significant hepatoprotective and liver restorative properties.
29. Fenugreek has a protective effect against alcohol toxicity.
30. Fenugreek has a protective effect against cypermethrin-induced hepatotoxicity and nephrotoxicity.
31. Fenugreek seed extract reduces cisplatin induced reproductive toxicity in rats by the suppression of testicular oxidative stress, apoptosis and inflammations.
32. Fenugreek seed polyphenols inhibit ethanol-induced damage in the rat liver.
33. Fenugreek seeds can be used as a regular nutrient to alleviate the side effects of ethanol ingestion, in the kidneys, especially for chronic renal failure patients.
34. Fenugreek seeds have lipid-lowering and antioxidant effects in high-cholesterol fed rats.
35. Fenugreek seeds increase rat growth hormone from rat pituitary cells.
36. The protective effect of the combination of dietary fenugreek and garlic on LDL oxidation both in vivo and in vitro was greater than that of the individual spices.
37. Coriandrum sativum and fenugreek has broad antibacterial activity against bacterial diseases of plants.
38. Dill, fenugreek and ajwain (Trachyspermum a.) have antibacterial properties.
39. Diosgenin inhibits telomerase activity by down regulation of hTERT gene expression in A549 cell line.
40. Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum graecum) seed extract prevents ethanol-induced toxicity and cell death in liver cells.
41. Fenugreek induced apoptosis in hepatocellular carcinoma cell line HepG2.
42. The aerial parts of coriandrum sativum, spinach and fenugreek have higher values of anti-radical power compared with their seeds.
43. These spices [Capsaicin, Curcumin, Fenugreek, Garlic, Onions, Turmeric] prevent the induction of cholesterol gallstones by lithogenic high cholesterol diet and also regress the pre-established cholesterol gallstones.
44. Trigonella (fenugreek) and Allium sativum (onion) lowers concentrations of T3 and T4 in hypothyroid rats.*
On 12/7/2015 Stephen said...
This product is still on trial. When I saw "Combats LDL Cholesterol" listed on the features section for Fenugreek, had to try it, since high LDL is an ongoing battle for me. Will not be able to report on it's progress until there is another blood test.
As always, must commend BS for great products & service. Thanks again
On 12/5/2015 Selena said...
*NOTE: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
**DISCLAIMER: There is no guarantee of specific results and results can vary.