Methi Seed (200g)

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  • Our premium methi seeds are produced without the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilisers, ensuring a natural and pure product. 
  • Our organic methi seeds are non-genetically modified organisms. (non-GMO). 
  • Our methi seeds are produced with a commitment to environmentally friendly practices. 
  • Fenugreek seeds or methi seeds contain soluble fibre and compounds that help lower blood sugar levels, making them beneficial for individuals with diabetes.
  • The fibre content in fenugreek seeds aids digestion, prevents constipation, and promotes a healthy gut microbiome.
  • Fenugreek seeds or methi seeds  may help lower levels of LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol) and triglycerides, reducing the risk of heart diseases.
  • Fenugreek seeds or methi seeds  help control appetite and promote a feeling of fullness, aiding in weight loss and weight management.
  • Fenugreek seeds or methi seeds  add a unique nutty and slightly bitter flavour to dishes, enhancing the taste of curries, dals, pickles, and spice blends.
  • Fenugreek seeds or methi seeds can be used whole, ground, or sprouted, providing versatility in culinary applications such as bread, pastries, herbal teas, and as a seasoning for various dishes.
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Methi Seed (200g)

Methi Seed (200g)

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Fenugreek seeds, commonly known as methi seeds, are derived from the plant Trigonella foenum-graecum, belonging to the Fabaceae family. Originating in the Eastern Mediterranean region, fenugreek has been cultivated for centuries for both culinary and medicinal purposes. Its introduction to India is believed to date back to ancient times, where it became an integral part of Indian cuisine and traditional Ayurvedic medicine. Our fenugreek seeds or methi seeds are primarily sourced from regions like Rajasthan and Gujarat, where they are cultivated in abundance due to favourable climatic conditions and fertile soil. 

An interesting fact about fenugreek seeds or methi seeds are their diverse culinary and medicinal uses across various cultures, from enhancing the flavour of dishes to being used as a natural remedy for ailments like diabetes, digestion issues, and inflammation. Health-wise, fenugreek seeds or methi seeds are rich in fibre, protein, vitamins, and minerals, offering numerous health benefits such as improving digestion, regulating blood sugar levels, and promoting heart health. Culinary-wise, they are used as a spice in Indian cooking, adding a distinct nutty flavour and aroma to dishes like curries, dals, pickles, and spice blends. Additionally, fenugreek seeds or methi seeds can be sprouted or ground into a powder for use in bread, pastries, and herbal teas, providing a versatile and flavorful ingredient in various culinary creations.

Methi Seeds Benefits:

  • Fenugreek seeds or methi seeds contain soluble fibre and compounds that help lower blood sugar levels, making them beneficial for individuals with diabetes.

  • The fibre content in fenugreek seeds aids digestion, prevents constipation, and promotes a healthy gut microbiome.

  • Fenugreek seeds or methi seeds  may help lower levels of LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol) and triglycerides, reducing the risk of heart diseases.

  • Fenugreek seeds or methi seeds  help control appetite and promote a feeling of fullness, aiding in weight loss and weight management.

  •  Fenugreek seeds or methi seeds contain compounds with anti-inflammatory properties, which may help reduce inflammation and alleviate symptoms of conditions like arthritis.

  • Fenugreek seeds or methi seeds are known to stimulate breast milk production in nursing mothers, promoting lactation and ensuring adequate milk supply for infants.

  • Fenugreek seeds or methi seeds  add a unique nutty and slightly bitter flavour to dishes, enhancing the taste of curries, dals, pickles, and spice blends.

  • Fenugreek seeds or methi seeds can be used whole, ground, or sprouted, providing versatility in culinary applications such as bread, pastries, herbal teas, and as a seasoning for various dishes.

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FAQ's

  1. What are methi seeds?
    Methi seeds, also known as fenugreek seeds, are small, yellowish-brown seeds derived from the fenugreek plant. They are commonly used in Indian cooking for their distinctive bitter taste and aromatic properties.
  2. What does methi taste like?
    Methi seeds have a strong, bitter taste with a slightly sweet undertone. When cooked, they mellow out and impart a sweet, nutty flavour to dishes.
  3. Can methi seeds be eaten raw?
    While methi seeds can be eaten raw, they are quite bitter and hard in texture. It's more common to roast or soak them to reduce bitterness and make them easier to digest.
  4. How do I use methi seeds in my recipes?
    Methi seeds can be used whole or ground into a powder. They are commonly added to tempering for dals and curries, and can also be used to make herbal teas and hair masks.
  5. Is methi good for diabetes?
    Yes, methi seeds are beneficial for managing diabetes. They help in reducing blood sugar levels due to their high fibre content and other chemical compounds that improve insulin sensitivity.
  6. Are there any beauty benefits associated with methi seeds?
    Methi seeds are popular in beauty treatments for their anti-inflammatory and moisturising properties. They can be used in hair masks to promote hair growth and in skin treatments to soothe irritated skin.
  7. How can I make methi seed tea?
    To make methi seed tea, soak one teaspoon of methi seeds in water overnight, strain, and simmer the seeds with fresh water for about 5 minutes. You can add honey or lemon for flavour. This tea is known for its health benefits, including aiding weight loss.
  8. Can methi seeds improve hair health?
    Yes, methi seeds are beneficial for hair health. They are rich in proteins and nicotinic acid, which are known to combat hair loss and dandruff and promote healthy hair growth.