Fenugreek

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Fenugreek

Fenugreek has a long history of medical uses in Chinese medicines. It is one of the oldest medicinal plants originating in India and North Africa. Applications of Fenugreek have been documented as far back as Ancient Greece. The annual Fenugreek plant grows to an average of two feet in height, and its leaves and seeds (which mature in long pods) are used to prepare extracts and powders for medicinal, holistic and nutritional use. This unique herbal plant contains many beneficial properties, mainly which attribute to better digestive and heart health.

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Simpli’s plant based bioactive ingredients are manufactured at our POS Bio-Sciences facility in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. This facility has a site license under Health Canada’s Natural Health Product Directorate. The site license requires compliances with good manufacturing practices and quality assurance supervision of all processing.

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  • Food & Beverage
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  • Bioactive Formulations

Fenugreek

Fenugreek has a long history of medical uses in Chinese medicines. It is one of the oldest medicinal plants originating in India and North Africa. Applications of Fenugreek have been documented as far back as Ancient Greece. The annual Fenugreek plant grows to an average of two feet in height, and its leaves and seeds (which mature in long pods) are used to prepare extracts and powders for medicinal, holistic and nutritional use. This unique herbal plant contains many beneficial properties, mainly which attribute to better digestive and heart health.

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Though traditionally used throughout Chinese, Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine, fenugreek has made its roots to the rest of the world when it was realized that it can have a dramatic impact on your health. Eating fenugreek regularly can soften your arteries, and also help to lower your cholesterol levels. Fenugreek is increasingly known as one of the most beneficial preventatives to improve your heart health. It can also help with everything from loss of appetite to an upset stomach.