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Greek Hay - Pag. 4


Greek Hay: natural ingredient of Zetastop

Greek Hay: natural ingredient of ZetastopEven lecithins manifest lipotropic activity and moreover, being a constituent of the membrane regulate the permeability. The B-complex and the amide of nicotinic acid is are involved as enzymatic activators that as protectors of liver function. The fatty acids finally act by regulating the lipid homeostasis and decreasing the rate of hepatic cholesterol.

The fenugreek thanks to its content in vegetable oils, organic phosphates (lecithin and lactalbumin), minerals, fats and proteins plays a strong tonic action. The trigonelline is the alkaloid more concentrated in the plant; to it and mucilaginous substances (the mannogalactans) are attributed its soothing and expectorant properties.

Already in the eleventh century, the Arab physician Avicenna prescribed hay greek as a remedy for diabetes, a use that has been handed down to the present day. It is still used to lower blood pressure, in oral contraceptives, in veterinary medicine.
As spice tangy and spicy, is a fundamental ingredient in curry powders. Sprouted seeds of fenugreek have a growing success in the West, especially in vegetarian restaurants: added to salads are refreshing and nutritious.

The leaves fenugreek hay is an excellent tonic. They help get rid of mucus in the respiratory system and lower blood pressure. As a spice, the seeds of fenugreek have a very particular taste, strong and spicy. The secret is to lightly toast the seeds before use and taking care not toast them too much otherwise they develop a bitter taste and unpleasant. Sprouted seeds of fenugreek have a growing success in the West, and added to salads are refreshing and nutritious.
The major active components are:

  • Steroidal saponins: diosgenin, gitogenine , trigonelline (0.2 - 0.3%)
  • Mucilage up to 20%
  • Flavonoids: vitexin, Orientine, quercetin
  • Oil, essential trace

The fenugreek is a tonic anabolic. It is used in disorders of nutrition, growth and an excessive thinness.
It can be used by those who practice intense physical activity and during convalescence. Moreover, its hypoglycemic activity can be used in mild forms of adult-onset diabetes. Plant stimulant and tonic, fenugreek is used to stimulate the appetite, convalescence and to exploit its natural anabolic action (appreciated by athletes).

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