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Discover Why Fenugreek Tea Has Stood the Test of Time

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  • Fenugreek tea is made by brewing the seeds of the fenugreek plant in water, and research suggests that drinking it may benefit your health in various ways
  • Fenugreek tea is known for its nutty flavor, but it may have a bitter, maple-like taste as well
  • Learn how to grow your own fenugreek at home so you always have access to fresh seeds whenever you need to make a cup

Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graeceum), or Greek Hay, is an annual herb native to the eastern shores of the Mediterranean. The genus name Trigonella is derived from old Greek meaning "three-angled," which accurately describes the corolla of the plant. According to historians, cultures have used it in various ways, such as cooking, fragrance and even as an aphrodisiac.


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