Friday, March 19, 2010


Fenugreek is an herbal plant around a small population in the fields and Mediterranean areas, with a length of 10 to 50 cm.
Crucifixion leg upright, leaves large green oval Msennh.
Divided each one of them to three sheets small. Flowers white fruit of a century long phrase contains a row of seeds. Used parts are parties flowering and seed.
Used from home and abroad.
There are two types of track circuit, a regular municipal colored yellow and red ring, known as circuit riding, the two differ greatly. And on the track here is a circuit regular yellow.
Arabs knew the track since the Cup came in (a dictionary of food and medical treatments plants) that the Arab doctors were advised to cook the ring with water to soften the throat and chest and the abdomen and relieve cough, indigestion, asthma and self-reports of the intestines and hemorrhoids. In modern medicine the analysis of the circuit it is rich in protein, phosphorus and carbohydrates is similar to the cod liver oil. And also contain subjects of choline and knitting and vanillin are a hostile nicotinic acid in their structures, one of the vitamins (b), also contains the seeds of resin and oil firm oil Aniseed oil is similar to a pilot.
And can be eaten cooked for nutrition and appetite and weight gain, and drink as it Mglleha benefit in some diseases and disorders Chest
Also given to the girls at the time of puberty to stimulate menstruation, as well as anemia and impaired structure and appetite and frail.
They were described by ancient peoples with honey against chronic constipation and diseases of the chest and throat, cough, phlegm, asthma, hemorrhoids, impotence, also serve to remove freckles from the face, and recent studies indicate that the oil circuit generates milk breastfeeding and opens an enormous appetite for food.
And also the benefits of the track to soften the throat and stomach diseases, chest and cough, asthma, colic, for ED, addressing constipation mixing with honey, to expel intestinal worms, to treat hemorrhoids for lactating women who suffer from a lack of milk, a staple of the postpartum.

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