In North Africa, Asia, and southern Europe, fenugreek was traditionally used for diabetes and to increase milk supply in women who were breastfeeding. Fenugreek is a clover-like herb native to the Mediterranean region, southern Europe, and western Asia. Its seeds, which smell and taste like maple syrup, have been used in cooking and as medicine.
  • may help with diabetes
  • may help with menstrual cramps
  • may aid in stimulating and/or increasing milk production during breastfeeding