For overall breast health and relief from PMS and Menopause symptoms
Top Health Benefits
- Provides relief from PMS and Menopause symptoms
- Rich in phytoestrogens that may promote breast growth
- Helps stimulate milk production in lactating women
- Helps boost energy, stamina, and muscle recovery
- Improves digestive problems, cholesterol levels and inflammation
- Mix ¼ teaspoon in your pre workout beverage. Increase dosage as desired.
- Take a one week break after two weeks of continuous use.
- Best if used with Angelica and Maca Root Powder for maximum effect, and with Milk Thistle for sustained liver support.
- Fenugreek mimics the effects of estrogen. Women with or at risk of developing breast, uterine, and ovarian cancers should not take Fenugreek.
- If you’re pregnant or breastfeeding, please consult your doctor before use.
- No approved therapeutic claims.
Side Effects (From WebMD)
- Fenugreek is LIKELY SAFE for people when taken by mouth in amounts normally found in foods. It is POSSIBLY SAFE when taken by mouth in amounts used for medicinal purposes (amounts larger than normally found in food) for up to 6 months. Side effects include diarrhea, stomach upset, bloating, gas, and a “maple syrup” odor in urine. Fenugreek can cause nasal congestion, coughing, wheezing, facial swelling, and severe allergic reactions in hypersensitive people. Fenugreek might lower blood sugar.
Pregnancy: Fenugreek is LIKELY SAFE in pregnancy when used in amounts greater than those in food. It might cause early contractions. Taking fenugreek just before delivery may also cause the newborn to have an unusual body odor, which could be confused with “maple syrup urine disease.” It does not appear to cause long-term effects.
Breast-feeding: Fenugreek is POSSIBLY SAFE when taken by mouth to increase breast-milk flow in the short-term. Some research shows that taking 1725 mg of fenugreek three times daily for 21 days does not cause any side effects in infants.
Children: Fenugreek is POSSIBLY SAFE when taken by mouth in children. Some reports have linked fenugreek tea to loss of consciousness in children. An unusual body odor resembling maple syrup may also occur in children drinking fenugreek tea.
Allergy to plants in the Fabaceae family: People who are allergic to other plants in the Fabaceae, including soybeans, peanuts, and green peas might also be allergic to fenugreek.
Diabetes: Fenugreek can affect blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. Watch for signs of low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) and monitor your blood sugar carefully if you have diabetes and use fenugreek..