- Fenugreek (Trigonella
foenum - graecum L.) is a self-pollinated, small-seeded annual legume
(family Leguminosae) that is grown as a spice and a forage crop.
- Another name for
fenugreek is Greek Hay.
- Fenugreek seed
contains little starch or sugar, but a large proportion of dietary
- Fenugreek has two
areas of origin: the Indian sub - continent and the Eastern
- Fenugreek is a
leguminous spice crop adapted to dryland conditions in the Dark Brown
and Brown soil zones.
- Fenugreek is
available in capsules, tinctures, and powder form.
- In India, this spice
is often cultivated as a cover crop in citrus-fruit groves to take
advantage of their leguminous nature.
- Fenugreek CO2 Extract:
This wonderful extract presents a fresh, calming aroma. It is rarely seen
in essential oil form, yet has excellent therapeutic and perfumery uses.
- Fenugreek is available
in capsules, tinctures, and powder form.
- The major producers
of Indian fenugreek are Rajasthan, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh and Tamil
Nadu. Commercially known as 'Methi'.
- Indian fenugreek
comes in several well-known varieties such as 'Desi' and 'Champa'.
- The spice is exported
in its whole and powdered forms as well as in the form of extracted oil
which is extensively used in perfumery.
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