Fenugreek Seed Extract
Plant Original: Trigonella foenum-graecum
Part Used: Seeds
Fenugreek Total Saponins 50% UV
Furostanol saponins 50%,70% UV
4-hydroxyisoleucine 1%-40% HPLC
Fenugreek seeds are used as a traditional spice in Asia and Europe. They have a slight maple taste and are often used in the production of imitation maple flavorings. Fenugreek seeds contain a high proportion (40%) of a soluble fiber known as mucilage. This fiber forms a gelatinous structure (similar to guar gum) which may have effects on slowing the digestion and absorption of food from the intestine. Because fenugreek seeds contain estrogen-like saponins, blood levels of total cholesterol, LDL and triglycerides can be reduced (with no change in HDL) providing an important heart benefit.
This herb can be taken as a tincture or as a capsule. Fenugreek is used to treat asthma, abscesses, arthritis, cholesterol, cramps, coughs, dissolve fatty deposits, dissolve mucus deposits in the lungs, and menstrual cramps. The primary antiviral properties of Fenugreek come from the nicotinic acid found in each seed. This acid can destroy parasites, and treat smallpox.
The Fenugreek oil makes an excellent insect repellant. The presence of Fenugreek seeds has also been known to deter bugs from laying eggs or entering areas. It regulates blood sugar, promotes bodybuilding, reduces cholesterin, protects the heart, and good for the eyes.
Appearance: Brown Powder
Solubility: Water Soluble
CAS NO.: 55056-80-9
Furostanol Saponins Description:
Furostanol saponins exist in the plants of fenugreek saponin, it could increase the test. level of the body by stimulating the body to produce luteinizing hormone and dehydroepiandrosterone. It has been used to improve sexual performance, and to stimulate muscle growth. Both effects are due to their effect on increasing the test. levels. The present study indicates that its main component, Furostanol saponins, formerly diosgenin saponin, plays a decisive role in the active ingredient. Aerobics athletes found that after taking the fenugreek saponins, their appetite had been improved. That is considered to be a good thing for those people who want to increase their weight.
Appearance: Yellow Brown Powder
Solubility: Water Soluble
CAS NO.: 55399-93-4
4-hydroxyisoleucine is a non-protein amino acid that exists in fenugreek plants, mainly in fenugreek seeds, with the effect of promoting insulin secretion. In addition, 4-hydroxy-isoleucine could enhance the creatine entering into the muscle cells. It could improve muscle strength and lean muscle mass, and increase the strength and size of muscle cells. 4-hydroxyisoleucine, a natural phytochemical extracted from the Fenugreek herb, has been scientifically shown to increase carbohydrate storage in muscle cells while decreasing carbohydrate fat storage through the sensitizing of insulin receptors in muscle tissue. 4-hydroxyisoleucine has also been shown to interfere with the process by which the body converts muscle protein to sugar for energy. This encourages fat loss (instead of muscle breakdown) and aids in the retention of calorie-burning lean muscle as you lose fat.