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The first recorded use of fenugreek is described on an ancient Egyptian papyrus dated to 1500 B.C. Fenugreek seed is commonly used in cooking.
Common Names—fenugreek, fenugreek seed
Latin Names—Trigonella foenum-graecum
What It Is Used For
How It Is Used
The dried seeds are ground and taken by mouth or used to form a paste that is applied to the skin.
What the Science Says
Side Effects and Cautions
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