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What is Fenugreek? (Trigonella foenum-graecum) Grown for its dried leaves and seeds, Fenugreek is native to Africa and grows widely in the Mediterranean region. The ancient Arabs described Fenugreek as having many uses, including soothing the throat and chest, for coughs, and for relieving indigestion. Ancient Egyptians used Fenugreek to help induce labor, while the ancient Greeks promoted it as an anti-inflammatory. Fenugreek has a longstanding…


…been traditionally used to help maintain healthy blood sugar balance, improve insulin sensitivity, and protect against complications related to elevated blood sugar levels. These include Cinnamon, Bitter Melon, Gymnema, Fenugreek seed, and Opuntia cactus, along with the important mineral, chromium. Cinnamon has long been used to help a wide variety of conditions including loss of appetite, diarrhea, gastrointestinal complaints such as indigestion…


…to nurse your newborn more easily, to provide your baby with the nourishment they require. What are its key ingredients? Nursing Mother Milk Support contains traditional galactagogue herbs including Goat’s Rue, Fenugreek, Blessed Thistle, and Fennel Seed. These herbs support lactation and have been used for hundreds of years to encourage breast milk production and flow. Nursing Mother Milk Support also includes nutritive herbs such as…

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