Hayfever’s worst nightmare….FENUGREEK

ImageFenugreek is excellent for hayfever allergies, why you ask? Well, let me tell you, Fenugreek is a natural loosens phlegm and lessens chronic coughing and sneezing, which are some known symptoms that many have when allergies come into thier seasonal days.

Additionally Fenugreek is an antiinflammatory, which is helpful because when you are dealing with allergies, there is quite alot of coughing and sneezing, right?

What is so wonderful about Fenugreek and natural healing in general is because it is able to cure many symptoms that many suffer from these days. Fenugreek alone increases lactation in mothers, contains the amino acids that we all need, arginine, histidine, leucine, and the well known lysine. Lysine is wonderful for those that deal with coldsores, the dormant bacteria that lays in wait in many human beings.

Fenugreek is also loaded with the mineral Choline, Biotin, inositol, and lecithin, Vitamins A, B, C and D, as well as iron, selenium and fiber!

So cheers to natural healing methods! Buy some fenugreek at your local East or North African store or herb store.

Those that I have known that have suffered I recommended and they informed me that they worked for them is this recipe:

 

2 tablespoon and 2 teaspoons Fenugreek seeds soaked in 4 cups of water for 5 hours. After that five hour waiting period, add them to a stove top with 3 tablespoons of fresh thyme and boil for 5 minutes. Remove from stove top, strain and drink 1 cup daily. See how it works for you over a one to two month period.

Love and Light!

 

 

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