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Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) is used primarily to break up and
expel mucus, soothe gastrointestinal problems, lower cholesterol, and
increase milk production in nursing mothers. Practitioners in Middle
Eastern countries use fenugreek to treat diabetes.
Fenugreek has the ability to soften and dissolve hardened accumulated
mucus, particularly from the bronchial tubes, as well as helping to
expel toxic waste through the lymphatic system. Fenugreek has some
antiseptic properties and may help lung infections. It also contains
lecithin which dissolves cholesterol and contains lipotropic (fat
dissolving) substances. The constituents in the seeds contain a saponin
closely related to those in yucca. Fenugreek has been used with lemon
juice and honey to reduce fevers.