Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) is an herb similar to clover. The seeds taste similar to maple syrup and are used in foods and medicine.
Fenugreek is native to the Mediterranean, Europe, and Asia. Fenugreek seems to slow sugar absorption in the stomach and stimulate insulin. Both of these effects lower blood sugar in people with diabetes. Fenugreek might also improve levels of testosterone and estrogen, helping to improve interest in sex.
People commonly use fenugreek for diabetes, menstrual cramps, sexual problems, enlarged prostate, high cholesterol, obesity, and many other conditions
It is an excellent basic ingredient for making your body milks and creams, as it can be applied directly without any addings.
In local application, it would contribute to the firmness and the toning of the chest. Its richness in plant hormones, called phytoestrogens, promotes weight gain.
For the body
The softening action of the oil extends to the entire surface of the body: chest, legs, hands, etc. It makes the skin softer, firmer and toned. The oil is effective when applied to dry, irritated, chapped skin and to prevent stretch marks. In addition, because of its regenerating properties, this oil has the advantage of fighting against skin impurities such as redness or eczema, for example.
For the breasts
Fenugreek oil is particularly recommended for the care of the bust and the breasts as it nourishes and firms the skin.
For the face
Thanks to its toning properties, revitalizing and regenerating properties, it has impressive benefits for the skin of the face.
Due to its nutrient and protein content, fenugreek oil has been shown to be effective against hair loss and baldness; it nourishes the hair and the scalp in depth.