Fenugreek
Title: Fenugreek
Additional Names: Greek Hay
Literature References: Trigonella foenumgraecum L., Leguminosae, an annual herb, cultivated in Southern Europe, Northern Africa and India for its seeds which are used in making curry. The seeds contain the alkaloid trigonelline and the steroidal sapogenin, diosgenin, q.q.v.: Fazli, Hardman, Trop. Sci. 10, 66-78 (1968).
Use: Has been used in making imitation maple syrup and for culinary spices other than curry, flavoring agent.
Therap-Cat-Vet: Emollient.

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