Fenugreek – Nothing greek about it
Fenugreek has anticancer properties. It is shown to act as an estrogen receptor modulator and is shown to stimulate breast cancer cells, in vitro. Patients with hormonal-sensitive cancers should consult their physician before using fenugreek. It also helps in reducing inflammation.
More effective for Breast Cancer. Recent research has backed many of these uses, and now has also uncovered fenugreek’s potent activity against multiple cancers including liver cancer, lymphoma and prostate cancer.
Fenugreek Kills 72% of Breast Cancer Cells in Lab Study: An extract of whole #fenugreek plant (not just the seeds) was found to kill outright 71.8% of human breast cancer cells (MCF-7) after 48 hours of treatment, via programmed cell death (apoptosis). Researchers also saw for the first time just how the fenugreek extract did this: by increasing the expression of key pro-apoptotic FAS-receptors by 900%.
Fenugreek is likely not safe for use during pregnancy as it may have abortifacient effects
- Grind fenugreek seeds into powder form.
- Mix it with food or milk and honey.
- You can also eat the whole leaves or dry it in shade and grind it into powder form.