Description : Characteristic Odour & Bitter in Taste. Fenugreek Oleoresin is obtained by the solvent extraction of the dried seeds of Trigonella foenum-graceum.
It is oleoresin derived from the dried ripe seeds of Trigonella foenum-graccum commonly known as Fenugreek. The seeds of Fenugreek contain 50 percent fibre of which 20 percent is mucilagenous fibre. The Oleoresin of the spice contains proteins, saponins and possesses nutritive and restorative properties. Oleoresin does not contain fibre.
Uses : There are not many uses for fenugreek oil apart from its health benefits.
- It is used in products that stimulate lactation.
- It is used in solutions to kill mosquito larvae.
- It is as an essential oil an as such should not be applied directly, undiluted on the skin or ingested.
- It should not be taken by pregnant women.
Health Benefits :
- Irritated Skin
- Expel Mucus
- Kidney health
Side Effects : Fenugreek oil is an essential oil an as such should not be applied directly, undiluted on the skin or ingested. It should not be taken by pregnant women. There is not enough information about the safety and interaction of fenugreek oil with medication, especially for diabetes. One should definitely consult with a doctor before taking fenugreek oil as a supplement.
|Description||:||Fenugreek Oleoresin is obtained by the solvent extraction of the Dried seeds of Trigonella foenum graceum|
|Colour & appearance||:||Brownish yellow in colour & thick viscous liquid|
|Odour||:||Characteristic aromatic odour of Fenugreek|
|Residual solvent||:||<10 ppm|
|Yeast & Mould||:||Absent|
|Pathogenic microorganisms and their toxins||:||Absent|
|Purity||:||Pure fenugreek oleoresin (no other additives)|
|Packing||:||50 kgs HDPE containers/as Per customers requirement|
|Storage||:||Store preferably in air tight Containers and keep in a cool & dry place protected from light.|