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Alvita Tea

Fenugreek Seed Tea

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30 Bag(s)

  • English pillow-style tea bags that are oxygen bleached, not chlorine treated

  • Caffeine free

  • No strings, tags or staples
Enjoy the many benefits of fenugreek seeds in Alvita Fenugreek Seed Tea. Originating in the Mediterranean region and Asia, fenugreek (Trigonella Foenum-graecum) is one of the oldest herbs known. Its seeds were highly praised for their beneficial uses in ancient Egypt and India and later among the Greeks and Romans. As fenugreek spread around the Mediterranean, ancient physicians learned that its seeds contained a great deal of mucilage and when mixed with water provided many health benefits. The most common uses of fenugreek today are culinary, such as providing a maple flavor for confectionaries, an ingredient of curry powders, and as an enhancement for meats, poultry and marinated vegetables.
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Product Description:

Fenugreek Seed Tea

  • English pillow-style tea bags that are oxygen bleached, not chlorine treated

  • Caffeine free

  • No strings, tags or staples
Enjoy the many benefits of fenugreek seeds in Alvita Fenugreek Seed Tea. Originating in the Mediterranean region and Asia, fenugreek (Trigonella Foenum-graecum) is one of the oldest herbs known. Its seeds were highly praised for their beneficial uses in ancient Egypt and India and later among the Greeks and Romans. As fenugreek spread around the Mediterranean, ancient physicians learned that its seeds contained a great deal of mucilage and when mixed with water provided many health benefits. The most common uses of fenugreek today are culinary, such as providing a maple flavor for confectionaries, an ingredient of curry powders, and as an enhancement for meats, poultry and marinated vegetables.

Product Label:

Fenugreek Seed Tea

Ingredients: Fenugreek Seed

Directions: The best way to make a good cup of tea is by the infusion method. Place one tea bag in a cup and add no more than 6 oz. of boiling water. Let steep for 3 minutes. Press the bag before removing to enhance the flavor. Add honey to sweeten.

WARNING: Not intended for use during pregnancy.

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Fenugreek Seed Tea

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Alvita Tea Fenugreek Seed Tea Reviews

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Customer Ratings & Reviews

Fenugreek Seed Tea 4.4 5 5 8
Satisfying I originally purchased these to cook with (they have a similar texture to chia - I've found they work best in sauces & veg chili) Otherwise, as a tea it's very bitter, but nothing a dot of agave can't fix. The bitter maple taste is very satisfying as a sort of meal replacement. I've also read somewhere that fenugreek helps milk production in mothers. I don't know about that but my barely A cups look a little fuller since this purchase..? June 27, 2014
yummy tea This tea is great. Its my favorite of all fenugreek teas that I have tried. November 2, 2013
fenugreek Dr Oz said it was good for digestion...but it tastes really bad to me - hard to swallow. July 28, 2013
for nursing Mothers I bought this for my friend nursing Mother & it's help a lot!! May 29, 2013
I like it I have been drinking the Fenugreek seed tea after every meal. I drink the tea, then open up the tea bag & eat the seeds out of the bag. I think it helps me quit eating after my meal, instead of grazing around the kitchen for 15 minutes & "accidentally" eating up to an extra 500 calories, even though I'm not really still hungry! It guess it makes me feel satiated. May 5, 2012
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