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Greek Hay: natural ingredient of Wonderup

History and facts

Greek Hay: natural ingredient of WonderupKnown primarily for its property galactogogue, for this purpose was used in ‘800 in France as it was also widely used at the medical school of Salerno, from not forget his food and flavoring component. The Hay greek or Trigonella foenum graecum papilionacea is one of the oldest medicinal plants used by Egyptians, Greeks and Romans.

Its habitat is in the highlands of Eritrea and Ethiopia, traditionally used since antiquity, was considered a sacred plant. Cultivated in Egypt called Hilba, South Yemen, India and China called Huluba.

It is used as a medicament , food-drink, to perfume and flavor the butter. In certain regions is used as a beauty cream together with other plants. It is also used to flavor tobacco and coffee extracts and vanilla.

The Greek Hay is an herb with an ancient history. It was rarely used in Britain during the golden period of herbal medicine for the difficulty of obtaining this spice. It became readily available is disposable, has often been ignored because herbal tradition rarely mentioned it.

It is widely used by traditional Indian medicine, Ayurveda. Its limited use in Great Britain, however, proved its value as a vulnerary, to heal and reduce inflammation in cases of wounds, burns, sores, fistulas and tumors. Its bitter flavor explains its role in calming the digestion. It is a strong stimulant for milk production in lactating mothers, for whom it is totally safe and has a reputation as a stimulator of breast development.

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