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Alternatif obat diabetes / kesaksian hulbah

Fenugreek

Saya telah terindikasi utk mengidap Diabetes tipe 2. Dua tahun kemarin ayah saya telah meninggal akibat penyakit ini yang dideritanya selama 10 tahun. Selama itu pula saya sering melihat obat-obatan yang diberikan kepadanya. Dari yang normal sampai yang abnormal alias aneh-aneh. Berat badannya turun sangat drastis, sempat diamputasi kemudian akhirnya meninggal. Sejak saat itu saya mencoba untuk mencari obat-obatan untuk mencegah diabetes bagi diri saya sendiri.

Suatu ketika seorang klien memberikan pengalaman dalam mengobati ibunya. Saya mencoba mendengarkan ceritanya secara seksama. Menurutnya setelah mengobati ibunya dgn macam-macam cara, terakhir dia mencoba obat baru yang di beli di Amerika. Setelah memakan obat itu selama tiga bulan ternyata keadaan ibunya menjadi lebih baik, mampu beraktifitas seperti orang yg sehat.

Sesampainya dikantor saya mencoba searching obat tsb di internet. Dalam contains obat tsb ternyata ada kandungan yang disebut ‘Fenugreek Seed’ dengan jumlah persentase lebih besar dari kandungan zat yang lain.

Pertanyaannya adalah apa ‘Fenugreek Seed’ itu ? Setelah searching kembali, ternyata yang dimaksud tersebut ujung-ujungnya adalah biji ‘Klabat’ atau ‘Klabet’, rempah-rempah yang sering dipakai untuk masakan kari. Ibu saya bilang kalau dulu waktu masih gadis, biji tsb direndam minyak kelapa untuk menyuburkan dan menghitamkan rambut.

Saat ini saya telah menkonsumsi selama lebih dari 2 bulan. Dengan cara di cuci, di sangrai kemudian di blender (kering) sehingga menjadi bubuk. Atau bisa juga dengan cara langsung di blender tanpa disangrai untuk lebih berkhasiat. Cukup dengan 1 sendok teh (terserah secukupnya…) diseduh dgn air panas, diminum bersama dengan ampasnya, 3 kali sehari.

Khasiatnya……. Yang hilang malah penyakit maag saya. Kemudian frekwensi buang air kecil menjadi normal yang sebelumnya sering sekali. Untuk yang lainnya silahkan coba sendiri, ini hanya pengalaman saya pribadi.

Berikut disertakan sebagian situs-situs yang pernah saya kunjungi.

www.houseofnutrition.com/caredi90.html

Each capsule contains (Diabetrol) :
Vanadyl Sulphate…………………….2 mg
Myoinositol………………………..60 mg
Non Yeast G.T.F. containing:
Chromium (trivalent)……………….50 mcg
Glutathione Complex………………..60 mg
Niacin……………………………15 mg
Fenugreek (subfraction)…………….300 mg
Rutin……………………………..50 mg

www.nutraingredients-usa.com/Industry/TSI-awarded-US-fenugreek-patent

The patent
“A key provision of the patent involves providing novel compositions and methods for the extraction and separation of bio-active compounds/compositions of 4-hydroxyisoleucine from fenugreek seeds,” the company said.
The newly patented composition can be employed either synergistically or independently with insulin to stimulate receptors located on skeletal muscles, glucose transport proteins and facilitate the transport of glucose into muscle cells.

www.kalbe.co.id/files/cdk/files/58_09_PengaruhBijiklabet.pdf

Kegunaan biji klabet ialah untuk meringankan sakit ginjal, gangguan usus, aprodisiaka, demam dan rematik. Biji klabet ini juga digunakan sebagai anti diabetes. Sehubungan dengan kegunaan sebagai anti diabetes, akan diuraikan beberapa informasi.

www.fenugreekseed.net

“The true benefits of fenugreek lie in its long history of medical uses. For centuries, spanning Ayurvedic, traditional Chinese Medicine and folk medicine, fenugreek has been used all over the world. Fenugreek has so many usages – almost too numerous to count, however, scientists have been able to narrow down fenugreek top two functions. Fenugreek has the ability to reduce blood sugar and cholesterol. With its ability to lower blood sugar, fenugreek may hold a special interest by people who suffer from diabetes.”

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

The effect of fenugreek seeds (Trigonella foenum graecum) on blood glucose and the serum lipid profile was evaluated in insulin-dependent (Type I) diabetic patients. Isocaloric diets with and without fenugreek were each given randomly for 10 d. Defatted fenugreek seed powder (100 g), divided into two equal doses, was incorporated into the diet and served during lunch and dinner. The fenugreek diet significantly reduced fasting blood sugar and improved the glucose tolerance test. There was a 54 per cent reduction in 24-h urinary glucose excretion. Serum total cholesterol, LDL and VLDL cholesterol and triglycerides were also significantly reduced. The HDL cholesterol fraction, however, remained unchanged. These results indicate the usefulness of fenugreek seeds in the management of diabetes.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fenugreek

Several human intervention trials demonstrated that the antidiabetic effects of fenugreek seeds ameliorate most metabolic symptoms associated with type-1 and type-2 diabetes in both humans and relevant animal models (Basch et al., 2003; Srinivas, 2005). Fenugreek is currently available commercially in encapsulated forms and is being prescribed as dietary supplements for the control of hypercholesterolemia and diabetes by practitioners of complementary and alternative medicine.

Peace…

Fenugreek

Saya telah terindikasi utk mengidap Diabetes tipe 2. Dua tahun kemarin ayah saya telah meninggal akibat penyakit ini yang dideritanya selama 10 tahun. Selama itu pula saya sering melihat obat-obatan yang diberikan kepadanya. Dari yang normal sampai yang abnormal alias aneh-aneh. Berat badannya turun sangat drastis, sempat diamputasi kemudian akhirnya meninggal. Sejak saat itu saya mencoba untuk mencari obat-obatan untuk mencegah diabetes bagi diri saya sendiri.

Suatu ketika seorang klien memberikan pengalaman dalam mengobati ibunya. Saya mencoba mendengarkan ceritanya secara seksama. Menurutnya setelah mengobati ibunya dgn macam-macam cara, terakhir dia mencoba obat baru yang di beli di Amerika. Setelah memakan obat itu selama tiga bulan ternyata keadaan ibunya menjadi lebih baik, mampu beraktifitas seperti orang yg sehat.

Sesampainya dikantor saya mencoba searching obat tsb di internet. Dalam contains obat tsb ternyata ada kandungan yang disebut ‘Fenugreek Seed’ dengan jumlah persentase lebih besar dari kandungan zat yang lain.

Pertanyaannya adalah apa ‘Fenugreek Seed’ itu ? Setelah searching kembali, ternyata yang dimaksud tersebut ujung-ujungnya adalah biji ‘Klabat’ atau ‘Klabet’, rempah-rempah yang sering dipakai untuk masakan kari. Ibu saya bilang kalau dulu waktu masih gadis, biji tsb direndam minyak kelapa untuk menyuburkan dan menghitamkan rambut.

Saat ini saya telah menkonsumsi selama lebih dari 2 bulan. Dengan cara di cuci, di sangrai kemudian di blender (kering) sehingga menjadi bubuk. Atau bisa juga dengan cara langsung di blender tanpa disangrai untuk lebih berkhasiat. Cukup dengan 1 sendok teh (terserah secukupnya…) diseduh dgn air panas, diminum bersama dengan ampasnya, 3 kali sehari.

Khasiatnya……. Yang hilang malah penyakit maag saya. Kemudian frekwensi buang air kecil menjadi normal yang sebelumnya sering sekali. Untuk yang lainnya silahkan coba sendiri, ini hanya pengalaman saya pribadi.

Berikut disertakan sebagian situs-situs yang pernah saya kunjungi.

www.houseofnutrition.com/caredi90.html

Each capsule contains (Diabetrol) :
Vanadyl Sulphate…………………….2 mg
Myoinositol………………………..60 mg
Non Yeast G.T.F. containing:
Chromium (trivalent)……………….50 mcg
Glutathione Complex………………..60 mg
Niacin……………………………15 mg
Fenugreek (subfraction)…………….300 mg
Rutin……………………………..50 mg

www.nutraingredients-usa.com/Industry/TSI-awarded-US-fenugreek-patent

The patent
“A key provision of the patent involves providing novel compositions and methods for the extraction and separation of bio-active compounds/compositions of 4-hydroxyisoleucine from fenugreek seeds,” the company said.
The newly patented composition can be employed either synergistically or independently with insulin to stimulate receptors located on skeletal muscles, glucose transport proteins and facilitate the transport of glucose into muscle cells.

www.kalbe.co.id/files/cdk/files/58_09_PengaruhBijiklabet.pdf

Kegunaan biji klabet ialah untuk meringankan sakit ginjal, gangguan usus, aprodisiaka, demam dan rematik. Biji klabet ini juga digunakan sebagai anti diabetes. Sehubungan dengan kegunaan sebagai anti diabetes, akan diuraikan beberapa informasi.

www.fenugreekseed.net

“The true benefits of fenugreek lie in its long history of medical uses. For centuries, spanning Ayurvedic, traditional Chinese Medicine and folk medicine, fenugreek has been used all over the world. Fenugreek has so many usages – almost too numerous to count, however, scientists have been able to narrow down fenugreek top two functions. Fenugreek has the ability to reduce blood sugar and cholesterol. With its ability to lower blood sugar, fenugreek may hold a special interest by people who suffer from diabetes.”

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

The effect of fenugreek seeds (Trigonella foenum graecum) on blood glucose and the serum lipid profile was evaluated in insulin-dependent (Type I) diabetic patients. Isocaloric diets with and without fenugreek were each given randomly for 10 d. Defatted fenugreek seed powder (100 g), divided into two equal doses, was incorporated into the diet and served during lunch and dinner. The fenugreek diet significantly reduced fasting blood sugar and improved the glucose tolerance test. There was a 54 per cent reduction in 24-h urinary glucose excretion. Serum total cholesterol, LDL and VLDL cholesterol and triglycerides were also significantly reduced. The HDL cholesterol fraction, however, remained unchanged. These results indicate the usefulness of fenugreek seeds in the management of diabetes.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fenugreek

Several human intervention trials demonstrated that the antidiabetic effects of fenugreek seeds ameliorate most metabolic symptoms associated with type-1 and type-2 diabetes in both humans and relevant animal models (Basch et al., 2003; Srinivas, 2005). Fenugreek is currently available commercially in encapsulated forms and is being prescribed as dietary supplements for the control of hypercholesterolemia and diabetes by practitioners of complementary and alternative medicine.

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FENUGREEK / HULBAH / الحلبـــــــة

fenugreek illustration

Fenugreek
Trigonella foenum-graecum
Fam: Leguminosae

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Fenugreek is a native to India and southern Europe. For centuries it has grown wild in India, the Mediterranean and North Africa. where it is mainly cultivated. A limited crop grows in France. It was used by the ancient Egyptians to combat fever and grown in classical times as cattle fodder. Commercially, it is used in the preparation of mango chutneys and as a base for imitation maple syrup. In India it is used medicinally, and as a yellow dyestuff. It is also an oriental cattle fodder and is planted as a soil renovator. In the West, fenugreek’s therapeutic use is now largely confined to the treatment of animals, though historically. it has been used in human medicine. The name derives from the Latin ‘Greek hay” illustrating its classical use as fodder.

Spice Description
Fenugreek is the small stony seeds from the pod of a bean-like plant. The seeds are hard, yellowish brown and angular. Some are oblong, some rhombic, other virtually cubic, with a side of about 3mm (1/8”). A deep furrow all but splits them in two. They are available whole and dried , or as a dull yellow powder, ground from the roasted seeds.
Bouquet: Warm and penetrating, becoming more pronounced when the seeds are roasted. Ground, they give off a ‘spicy’ smell, pungent, like an inferior curry powder which would probably contain too much fenugreek.
Flavour: Powerful, aromatic and bittersweet, like burnt sugar. There is a bitter aftertaste, similar to celery or lovage.
Hotness Scale: 2

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Preparation and Storage
Dried seeds should be lightly roasted before using (don’t overdo it though, or they will become bitter). After roasting, they are easily ground. A small amount will complement many other spices, but too much can be overpowering. If the seeds are required as part of a curry paste they can be soaked overnight to swell and soften, and be easily mixed with the other ingredients.

Culinary Uses
The major use of fenugreek is in curry powders, figuring in many mixtures, especially vindaloo and the hot curries of Sri Lanka. It is an ingredient of Panch phoron, the Indian five-spice mixture. In home-made powders, the amount used can be controlled, but in cheap bought powders it often overpowers. When fish is curried, particularly strong-tasting fish such as tuna and mackerel, fenugreek is frequently included in the spice mixture. Many chutneys and pickles incorporate it and it gives a tangy aroma to vegetables. The leaves, both fresh and dried, are used in meat curries, dhal and vegetable dishes and chutneys. The seeds are an ingredient of the Middle Eastern confection halva. Flour mixed with ground fenugreek makes a spicy bread. In India the roasted ground seeds are infused for a coffee substitute or adulterant. A tea can be made by infusing teaspoon of seed with two cups of water for five minutes.

Attributed Medicinal Properties
Fenugreek is a digestive aid. As an emollient it is used in poultices for boils, cysts and other complaints. Reducing the sugar level of the blood, it is used in diabetes in conjunction with insulin. It also lowers blood pressure. Fenugreek relieves congestion, reduces inflammation and fights infection. Fenugreek contains natural expectorant properties ideal for treating sinus and lung congestion, and loosens & removes excess mucus and phlegm. Fenugreek is also an excellent source of selenium, an anti-radiant which helps the body utilize oxygen. Fenugreek is a natural source of iron, silicon, sodium and thiamine. Fenugreek contains mucilagins which are known for soothing and relaxing inflamed tissues. Fenugreek stimulates the production of mucosal fluids helping remove allergens and toxins from the respiratory tract. Acting as an expectorant, Fenugreek alleviates coughing, stimulates perspiration to reduce fevers, and is beneficial for treating allergies, bronchitis and congestion. In the East, beverages are made from the seed to ease stomach trouble. The chemical make-up is curiously similar to cod liver oil, for which a decoction of the seed is sometimes used as a substitute. Many other properties are ascribed to it in India and the East and not surprisingly include aphrodisiac.

Fenugreek seeds contain alkaloids, including trigonelline, gentianine and carpaine compounds. The seeds also contain fiber, 4-hydroxyisoleucine and fenugreekine, a component that may have hypoglycemic activity. The mechanism is thought to delay gastric emptying, slow carbohydrate absorption and inhibit glucose transport.

Fenugreek may also increase the number of insulin receptors in red blood cells and improve glucose utilization in peripheral tissues, thus demonstrating potential anti-diabetes effects both in the pancreas and other sites. The amino acid 4- hydroxyisoleucine, contained in the seeds, may also directly stimulate insulin secretion.

Plant Description and Cultivation
An erect hairy annual of the bean family, reaching 30-60 cm (1-2 ft.). The long slender stems bear tripartite, toothed, grey-green obovate leaves, 20-25 mm (3/4-1 in) long. The root is a mass of fingery structures. The sissile axillary flowers are white or pale yellow. The thin, sword-shaped pods are 10-15 cm (4-6 in), with a curved beak-like tip, each carrying 10-20 seeds. The plant radiates a spicy odour which persists on the hands after touching. Wild and cultivated varieties exist. Mild Mediterranean climates are most suitable. Plants mature in about four months. The whole plant is uprooted and allowed to dry. The seeds are threshed out and further dried.


Other Names
Bird’s Foot, Foenugreek, Goat’s Horn
French: fenugrec Sénegré, trigonelle
German: Bockshornklee, Griechisches Heu
Italian: fieno greco
Spanish: alholva, fenogreco
Indian: mayti, methe, methi
Tamil: venthium
Malay: alba
Sinhalese; uluhaal

Recipes using fenugreek
Try Vindaloo and Dhal.

Fenugreek is included in our Indian Spice Collection

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HULBAH / 10 Tanaman Ajaib Penurun Kadar Gula Darah

10 Tanaman Ajaib Penurun Kadar Gula Darah

KapanLagi.com – Anda penderita Diabetes? Jika kadar gula darah Anda bermasalah, tak ada salahnya mencoba 10 bahan berikut yang membantu menurunkan gula darah, meningkatkan sensitifitas insulin, menurunkan tekanan darah tinggi dan kolesterol, dan beberapa manfaat lain.

1. Gymnema Sylvestre
Fungsi utama: Menurunkan gula darah
Dosis umum: 200 – 250 miligram per hari. Nama Hindi tumbuhan ini berarti ‘penghancur gula’, dan tanaman ini dikatakan memiliki kemampuan untuk menurunkan kemampuan mendeteksi rasa manis. Tanaman ini dianggap sebagai tanaman paling kuat untuk mengendalikan gula darah. Kemungkinan besar, cara kerjanya adalah dengan meningkatkan aktivitas enzim yang membantu sel tubuh untuk menggunakan glukosa atau dengan merangsang produksi insulin. Walaupun belum ada penelitian intensif, tapi belum ditemukan adanya efek samping serius untuk penggunaan tanaman ini.

2. Pare
Fungsi utama: Menurunkan gula darah
Dosis umum: 50 – 100 mililiter (3-6 sdm) jus per hari. Pare yang pahit ini dianggap mampu membantu sel menggunakan glukosa secara lebih efektif dan meredam penyerapan gula di dalam usus. Para peneliti di Filipina yang meneliti konsumsi pare kepada pria dan wanita dalam bentuk kapsul selama 3 bulan menemukan adanya penurunan gula darah, walaupun sedikit, tetapi konstan. Permasalahan yang muncul adalah masalah pencernaan, tapi tidak jelas apa.

3. Magnesium
Fungsi utama: Menurunkan gula darah
Dosis umum: 250 – 350 miligram per hari. Kekurangan magnesium tidak jarang ditemui sebagai salah satu penyebab diabetes, bahkan gejala ini memperburuk kondisi gula darah dan resistansi insulin. Beberapa penelitian menunjukkan bahwa suplemen magnesium dapat memperbaiki fungsi insulin dan menurunkan gula darah. Coba konsultasikan dengan dokter Anda sebelum mengkonsumsi insulin.

4. Prickly Pear Cactus (Daging buah kaktus)
Fungsi utama: Menurunkan gula darah
Dosis umum: jika dikonsumsi sebagai makanan, 150 gram rebusan kaktus per hari. Buah matang dari kaktus ini mampu menurunkan kadar gula darah dalam tubuh. Bentuk yang bisa ditemui adalah dalam bentuk buah, atau jus, atau bubuk. Para peneliti menemukan bahwa buah ini menurunkan kadar gula darah karena adanya komponen yang mirip dengan insulin. Buah ini juga tinggi kadar seratnya.

5. Gamma-Linolenic Acid (Asam Linoleat Gamma)
Fungsi utama: Mengurangi sakit saraf
Dosis umum: 270 – 540 milligrams sekali per hari. Asam Linoleat Gamma, atau GLA adalah asam lemak yang ditemukan dalam minyak bunga evening primrose. Beberapa penelitian menunjukkan bahwa penderita diabetes adalah orang yang memiliki level GLA rendah dalam darah, dan penelitian menunjukkan bahwa suplemen ini dapat menurunkan, bahkan mencegah sakit di saraf yang muncul akibat diabetes

6. Chromium (Krom)
Fungsi utama: Menurunkan kadar gula
Dosis umum: 200 mikrogram per hari.

Mineral ini dianggap mampu meningkatkan kinerja insulin dan terlibat juga dalam metabolisme karbohidrat, lemak dan protein. Beberapa penelituan menunjukkan bahwa mineral ini membantu menurunkan gula darah, tapi hanya untuk mereka yang memang kekurangan krom.

7. Bilberry
Fungsi utama: Melindungi mata dan syaraf
Dosis umum: 80-120 miligram standar billberry extract per hari. Saudara blueberry ini memiliki antioksidan kuat dalam buah dan daunnya. Antioksidan yang dinamai antosianidin ini, membantu mencegah kerusakan sel darah kecil yang dapat merusak saraf dan retina mata. Penelitian terhadap hewan menunjukkan adanya penurunan gula darah juga akibat konsumsi buah

8. Alpha-Lipoic Acid (Asam Alpha Lopoic)
Fungsi utama: Mengurangi rasa sakit syaraf, dan menurunkan kadar gula darah
Dosis umum: 600-800 miligram per hari.
Disingkat ALA, bahan yang mirip vitamin ini menetralkan berbagai radikal bebas. Pembentukan radikal bebas adalah salah satu faktor peningkatan gula darah, dapat membuat kerusakan saraf dan berbagai masalah lain. ALA jg mampu membantu sel otot untuk menyerap gula darah. Di salah satu penelitian di Jerman, sekelompok peneliti memerika 40 orang dewasa yang mengkonsumsi ALA dan placebo. Di akhir studi selama 4 minggu, ditemukan bahwa ALA meningkatkan sensitifitas insulin sebanyak 27 persen.

9. Fenugreek
Fungsi utama: Menurunkan gula darah
Dosis umum: 5 sampai 30 gram setuap makan, atau 15 sampai 90 gr per hari. Biji-bijian yang digunakan sebagai bumbu masakan India ini mampu menurunkan tekanan darah, meningkatkan sensitifitas insulin, dan menurunkan kolesterol, menurut beberapa penelitian. Efek ini mungkin timbul karena tingginya kadar serat. Bijinya jg mengandung asam amino yang meningkatkan produksi insulin. Di salah satu penelitian terhadap fenugreek, 60 orang yang mengkonsumsi 25 gr bumbu ini menunjukkan peningkatan yang baik terhadap pengendalian gula darah.

10. Ginseng
Fungsi utama: Menurunkan gula darah
Dosis umum: 1-3 gram per hari dalam bentuk kapsul atau tablet, 3-5 mililiter dalam bentuk tincture 3kali sehari. Dikenal karena kemampuannya yang mendorong sistem kekebalan tubuh, ginseng ini memiliki beberapa hasil positif mengenai diabetes. Para peneliti menemukan bahwa ginseng memperlambat penyerapan karbohidrat, meningkatkan kemampuan sel dalam menyerap glukosa, dan meningkatkan pelepasan insulin dari pankreas. Ditemukan juga di Toronto dalam suatu penelitian, bahwa ginseng mampu menurunkan kadar gula sampai 15-20 persen.

Tak ada salahnya Anda mencoba suplemen alami tersebut, tapi ada baiknya konsultasikan dengan dokter Anda sebelum mengonsumsinya. Jika tidak ada perubahan setelah satu atau dua bulan, hentikan dan jangan buang-bunga lagi uang Anda. Salam sehat! (kpl/wiedy/rit)

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Alternatif obat diabetes / kesaksian hulbah

Fenugreek

Saya telah terindikasi utk mengidap Diabetes tipe 2. Dua tahun kemarin ayah saya telah meninggal akibat penyakit ini yang dideritanya selama 10 tahun. Selama itu pula saya sering melihat obat-obatan yang diberikan kepadanya. Dari yang normal sampai yang abnormal alias aneh-aneh. Berat badannya turun sangat drastis, sempat diamputasi kemudian akhirnya meninggal. Sejak saat itu saya mencoba untuk mencari obat-obatan untuk mencegah diabetes bagi diri saya sendiri.

Suatu ketika seorang klien memberikan pengalaman dalam mengobati ibunya. Saya mencoba mendengarkan ceritanya secara seksama. Menurutnya setelah mengobati ibunya dgn macam-macam cara, terakhir dia mencoba obat baru yang di beli di Amerika. Setelah memakan obat itu selama tiga bulan ternyata keadaan ibunya menjadi lebih baik, mampu beraktifitas seperti orang yg sehat.

Sesampainya dikantor saya mencoba searching obat tsb di internet. Dalam contains obat tsb ternyata ada kandungan yang disebut ‘Fenugreek Seed’ dengan jumlah persentase lebih besar dari kandungan zat yang lain.

Pertanyaannya adalah apa ‘Fenugreek Seed’ itu ? Setelah searching kembali, ternyata yang dimaksud tersebut ujung-ujungnya adalah biji ‘Klabat’ atau ‘Klabet’, rempah-rempah yang sering dipakai untuk masakan kari. Ibu saya bilang kalau dulu waktu masih gadis, biji tsb direndam minyak kelapa untuk menyuburkan dan menghitamkan rambut.

Saat ini saya telah menkonsumsi selama lebih dari 2 bulan. Dengan cara di cuci, di sangrai kemudian di blender (kering) sehingga menjadi bubuk. Atau bisa juga dengan cara langsung di blender tanpa disangrai untuk lebih berkhasiat. Cukup dengan 1 sendok teh (terserah secukupnya…) diseduh dgn air panas, diminum bersama dengan ampasnya, 3 kali sehari.

Khasiatnya……. Yang hilang malah penyakit maag saya. Kemudian frekwensi buang air kecil menjadi normal yang sebelumnya sering sekali. Untuk yang lainnya silahkan coba sendiri, ini hanya pengalaman saya pribadi.

Berikut disertakan sebagian situs-situs yang pernah saya kunjungi.

www.houseofnutrition.com/caredi90.html

Each capsule contains (Diabetrol) :
Vanadyl Sulphate…………………….2 mg
Myoinositol………………………..60 mg
Non Yeast G.T.F. containing:
Chromium (trivalent)……………….50 mcg
Glutathione Complex………………..60 mg
Niacin……………………………15 mg
Fenugreek (subfraction)…………….300 mg
Rutin……………………………..50 mg

www.nutraingredients-usa.com/Industry/TSI-awarded-US-fenugreek-patent

The patent
“A key provision of the patent involves providing novel compositions and methods for the extraction and separation of bio-active compounds/compositions of 4-hydroxyisoleucine from fenugreek seeds,” the company said.
The newly patented composition can be employed either synergistically or independently with insulin to stimulate receptors located on skeletal muscles, glucose transport proteins and facilitate the transport of glucose into muscle cells.

www.kalbe.co.id/files/cdk/files/58_09_PengaruhBijiklabet.pdf

Kegunaan biji klabet ialah untuk meringankan sakit ginjal, gangguan usus, aprodisiaka, demam dan rematik. Biji klabet ini juga digunakan sebagai anti diabetes. Sehubungan dengan kegunaan sebagai anti diabetes, akan diuraikan beberapa informasi.

www.fenugreekseed.net

“The true benefits of fenugreek lie in its long history of medical uses. For centuries, spanning Ayurvedic, traditional Chinese Medicine and folk medicine, fenugreek has been used all over the world. Fenugreek has so many usages – almost too numerous to count, however, scientists have been able to narrow down fenugreek top two functions. Fenugreek has the ability to reduce blood sugar and cholesterol. With its ability to lower blood sugar, fenugreek may hold a special interest by people who suffer from diabetes.”

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

The effect of fenugreek seeds (Trigonella foenum graecum) on blood glucose and the serum lipid profile was evaluated in insulin-dependent (Type I) diabetic patients. Isocaloric diets with and without fenugreek were each given randomly for 10 d. Defatted fenugreek seed powder (100 g), divided into two equal doses, was incorporated into the diet and served during lunch and dinner. The fenugreek diet significantly reduced fasting blood sugar and improved the glucose tolerance test. There was a 54 per cent reduction in 24-h urinary glucose excretion. Serum total cholesterol, LDL and VLDL cholesterol and triglycerides were also significantly reduced. The HDL cholesterol fraction, however, remained unchanged. These results indicate the usefulness of fenugreek seeds in the management of diabetes.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fenugreek

Several human intervention trials demonstrated that the antidiabetic effects of fenugreek seeds ameliorate most metabolic symptoms associated with type-1 and type-2 diabetes in both humans and relevant animal models (Basch et al., 2003; Srinivas, 2005). Fenugreek is currently available commercially in encapsulated forms and is being prescribed as dietary supplements for the control of hypercholesterolemia and diabetes by practitioners of complementary and alternative medicine.

Peace…

Fenugreek

Saya telah terindikasi utk mengidap Diabetes tipe 2. Dua tahun kemarin ayah saya telah meninggal akibat penyakit ini yang dideritanya selama 10 tahun. Selama itu pula saya sering melihat obat-obatan yang diberikan kepadanya. Dari yang normal sampai yang abnormal alias aneh-aneh. Berat badannya turun sangat drastis, sempat diamputasi kemudian akhirnya meninggal. Sejak saat itu saya mencoba untuk mencari obat-obatan untuk mencegah diabetes bagi diri saya sendiri.

Suatu ketika seorang klien memberikan pengalaman dalam mengobati ibunya. Saya mencoba mendengarkan ceritanya secara seksama. Menurutnya setelah mengobati ibunya dgn macam-macam cara, terakhir dia mencoba obat baru yang di beli di Amerika. Setelah memakan obat itu selama tiga bulan ternyata keadaan ibunya menjadi lebih baik, mampu beraktifitas seperti orang yg sehat.

Sesampainya dikantor saya mencoba searching obat tsb di internet. Dalam contains obat tsb ternyata ada kandungan yang disebut ‘Fenugreek Seed’ dengan jumlah persentase lebih besar dari kandungan zat yang lain.

Pertanyaannya adalah apa ‘Fenugreek Seed’ itu ? Setelah searching kembali, ternyata yang dimaksud tersebut ujung-ujungnya adalah biji ‘Klabat’ atau ‘Klabet’, rempah-rempah yang sering dipakai untuk masakan kari. Ibu saya bilang kalau dulu waktu masih gadis, biji tsb direndam minyak kelapa untuk menyuburkan dan menghitamkan rambut.

Saat ini saya telah menkonsumsi selama lebih dari 2 bulan. Dengan cara di cuci, di sangrai kemudian di blender (kering) sehingga menjadi bubuk. Atau bisa juga dengan cara langsung di blender tanpa disangrai untuk lebih berkhasiat. Cukup dengan 1 sendok teh (terserah secukupnya…) diseduh dgn air panas, diminum bersama dengan ampasnya, 3 kali sehari.

Khasiatnya……. Yang hilang malah penyakit maag saya. Kemudian frekwensi buang air kecil menjadi normal yang sebelumnya sering sekali. Untuk yang lainnya silahkan coba sendiri, ini hanya pengalaman saya pribadi.

Berikut disertakan sebagian situs-situs yang pernah saya kunjungi.

www.houseofnutrition.com/caredi90.html

Each capsule contains (Diabetrol) :
Vanadyl Sulphate…………………….2 mg
Myoinositol………………………..60 mg
Non Yeast G.T.F. containing:
Chromium (trivalent)……………….50 mcg
Glutathione Complex………………..60 mg
Niacin……………………………15 mg
Fenugreek (subfraction)…………….300 mg
Rutin……………………………..50 mg

www.nutraingredients-usa.com/Industry/TSI-awarded-US-fenugreek-patent

The patent
“A key provision of the patent involves providing novel compositions and methods for the extraction and separation of bio-active compounds/compositions of 4-hydroxyisoleucine from fenugreek seeds,” the company said.
The newly patented composition can be employed either synergistically or independently with insulin to stimulate receptors located on skeletal muscles, glucose transport proteins and facilitate the transport of glucose into muscle cells.

www.kalbe.co.id/files/cdk/files/58_09_PengaruhBijiklabet.pdf

Kegunaan biji klabet ialah untuk meringankan sakit ginjal, gangguan usus, aprodisiaka, demam dan rematik. Biji klabet ini juga digunakan sebagai anti diabetes. Sehubungan dengan kegunaan sebagai anti diabetes, akan diuraikan beberapa informasi.

www.fenugreekseed.net

“The true benefits of fenugreek lie in its long history of medical uses. For centuries, spanning Ayurvedic, traditional Chinese Medicine and folk medicine, fenugreek has been used all over the world. Fenugreek has so many usages – almost too numerous to count, however, scientists have been able to narrow down fenugreek top two functions. Fenugreek has the ability to reduce blood sugar and cholesterol. With its ability to lower blood sugar, fenugreek may hold a special interest by people who suffer from diabetes.”

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

The effect of fenugreek seeds (Trigonella foenum graecum) on blood glucose and the serum lipid profile was evaluated in insulin-dependent (Type I) diabetic patients. Isocaloric diets with and without fenugreek were each given randomly for 10 d. Defatted fenugreek seed powder (100 g), divided into two equal doses, was incorporated into the diet and served during lunch and dinner. The fenugreek diet significantly reduced fasting blood sugar and improved the glucose tolerance test. There was a 54 per cent reduction in 24-h urinary glucose excretion. Serum total cholesterol, LDL and VLDL cholesterol and triglycerides were also significantly reduced. The HDL cholesterol fraction, however, remained unchanged. These results indicate the usefulness of fenugreek seeds in the management of diabetes.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fenugreek

Several human intervention trials demonstrated that the antidiabetic effects of fenugreek seeds ameliorate most metabolic symptoms associated with type-1 and type-2 diabetes in both humans and relevant animal models (Basch et al., 2003; Srinivas, 2005). Fenugreek is currently available commercially in encapsulated forms and is being prescribed as dietary supplements for the control of hypercholesterolemia and diabetes by practitioners of complementary and alternative medicine.

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FENUGREEK / HULBAH / الحلبـــــــة

fenugreek illustration

Fenugreek
Trigonella foenum-graecum
Fam: Leguminosae

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Fenugreek is a native to India and southern Europe. For centuries it has grown wild in India, the Mediterranean and North Africa. where it is mainly cultivated. A limited crop grows in France. It was used by the ancient Egyptians to combat fever and grown in classical times as cattle fodder. Commercially, it is used in the preparation of mango chutneys and as a base for imitation maple syrup. In India it is used medicinally, and as a yellow dyestuff. It is also an oriental cattle fodder and is planted as a soil renovator. In the West, fenugreek’s therapeutic use is now largely confined to the treatment of animals, though historically. it has been used in human medicine. The name derives from the Latin ‘Greek hay” illustrating its classical use as fodder.

Spice Description
Fenugreek is the small stony seeds from the pod of a bean-like plant. The seeds are hard, yellowish brown and angular. Some are oblong, some rhombic, other virtually cubic, with a side of about 3mm (1/8”). A deep furrow all but splits them in two. They are available whole and dried , or as a dull yellow powder, ground from the roasted seeds.
Bouquet: Warm and penetrating, becoming more pronounced when the seeds are roasted. Ground, they give off a ‘spicy’ smell, pungent, like an inferior curry powder which would probably contain too much fenugreek.
Flavour: Powerful, aromatic and bittersweet, like burnt sugar. There is a bitter aftertaste, similar to celery or lovage.
Hotness Scale: 2

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Preparation and Storage
Dried seeds should be lightly roasted before using (don’t overdo it though, or they will become bitter). After roasting, they are easily ground. A small amount will complement many other spices, but too much can be overpowering. If the seeds are required as part of a curry paste they can be soaked overnight to swell and soften, and be easily mixed with the other ingredients.

Culinary Uses
The major use of fenugreek is in curry powders, figuring in many mixtures, especially vindaloo and the hot curries of Sri Lanka. It is an ingredient of Panch phoron, the Indian five-spice mixture. In home-made powders, the amount used can be controlled, but in cheap bought powders it often overpowers. When fish is curried, particularly strong-tasting fish such as tuna and mackerel, fenugreek is frequently included in the spice mixture. Many chutneys and pickles incorporate it and it gives a tangy aroma to vegetables. The leaves, both fresh and dried, are used in meat curries, dhal and vegetable dishes and chutneys. The seeds are an ingredient of the Middle Eastern confection halva. Flour mixed with ground fenugreek makes a spicy bread. In India the roasted ground seeds are infused for a coffee substitute or adulterant. A tea can be made by infusing teaspoon of seed with two cups of water for five minutes.

Attributed Medicinal Properties
Fenugreek is a digestive aid. As an emollient it is used in poultices for boils, cysts and other complaints. Reducing the sugar level of the blood, it is used in diabetes in conjunction with insulin. It also lowers blood pressure. Fenugreek relieves congestion, reduces inflammation and fights infection. Fenugreek contains natural expectorant properties ideal for treating sinus and lung congestion, and loosens & removes excess mucus and phlegm. Fenugreek is also an excellent source of selenium, an anti-radiant which helps the body utilize oxygen. Fenugreek is a natural source of iron, silicon, sodium and thiamine. Fenugreek contains mucilagins which are known for soothing and relaxing inflamed tissues. Fenugreek stimulates the production of mucosal fluids helping remove allergens and toxins from the respiratory tract. Acting as an expectorant, Fenugreek alleviates coughing, stimulates perspiration to reduce fevers, and is beneficial for treating allergies, bronchitis and congestion. In the East, beverages are made from the seed to ease stomach trouble. The chemical make-up is curiously similar to cod liver oil, for which a decoction of the seed is sometimes used as a substitute. Many other properties are ascribed to it in India and the East and not surprisingly include aphrodisiac.

Fenugreek seeds contain alkaloids, including trigonelline, gentianine and carpaine compounds. The seeds also contain fiber, 4-hydroxyisoleucine and fenugreekine, a component that may have hypoglycemic activity. The mechanism is thought to delay gastric emptying, slow carbohydrate absorption and inhibit glucose transport.

Fenugreek may also increase the number of insulin receptors in red blood cells and improve glucose utilization in peripheral tissues, thus demonstrating potential anti-diabetes effects both in the pancreas and other sites. The amino acid 4- hydroxyisoleucine, contained in the seeds, may also directly stimulate insulin secretion.

Plant Description and Cultivation
An erect hairy annual of the bean family, reaching 30-60 cm (1-2 ft.). The long slender stems bear tripartite, toothed, grey-green obovate leaves, 20-25 mm (3/4-1 in) long. The root is a mass of fingery structures. The sissile axillary flowers are white or pale yellow. The thin, sword-shaped pods are 10-15 cm (4-6 in), with a curved beak-like tip, each carrying 10-20 seeds. The plant radiates a spicy odour which persists on the hands after touching. Wild and cultivated varieties exist. Mild Mediterranean climates are most suitable. Plants mature in about four months. The whole plant is uprooted and allowed to dry. The seeds are threshed out and further dried.


Other Names
Bird’s Foot, Foenugreek, Goat’s Horn
French: fenugrec Sénegré, trigonelle
German: Bockshornklee, Griechisches Heu
Italian: fieno greco
Spanish: alholva, fenogreco
Indian: mayti, methe, methi
Tamil: venthium
Malay: alba
Sinhalese; uluhaal

FENUGREEK / HULBAH / الحلبـــــــة

What is fenugreek? – Fenugreek is one of the world’s oldest medicinal herbs. It has a variety of uses, including increasing breastmilk production.

Fenugreek is the small stony seeds from the pod of a bean-like plant. The seeds are hard, yellowish brown and angular. Some are oblong, some rhombic, other virtually cubic, with a side of about 3mm (1/8″). A deep furrow all but splits them in two. They are available whole and dried , or as a dull yellow powder, ground from the roasted seeds.
Bouquet: Warm and penetrating, becoming more pronounced when the seeds are roasted. Ground, they give off a ‘spicy’ smell, pungent, like an inferior curry powder which would probably contain too much fenugreek.
Flavor: Powerful, aromatic and bittersweet, like burnt sugar. There is a bitter aftertaste, similar to celery or lovage.




Where does it grow?
– Fenugreek is indigenous to the eastern shores of the Mediterranean Sea, but it is grown in India, Morocco, Egypt and England. The herb can grow to be about two feet tall. It blooms white flowers in the summer and has very aromatic seeds.



What is it used for
? – Fenugreek seeds are ground and roasted and used to flavor to curry. The seeds are also soaked and then powdered and used to make lip balm and tonic. The seeds can be used to make tea, which can reduce fever and menstrual pains, or they can be used in an ointment to treat skin infections. The seeds have also been used to increase libido in men and serve as an aphrodisiac. Ground seeds are often used to give a maple flavor to sweets and candies. Ground seeds are also used to flavor cattle food, including different vegetable meals and hays. Fenugreek’s leaves, which are high in iron, are used in salads. Taken internally, fenugreek is used to treat bronchitis, coughs, respiratory problems, sinus conditions and to increase milk supply (see more below).



Fenugreek in history – The Egyptians, Greeks and Romans used Fenugreek for medicinal and culinary purposes. According to Kathleen E. Huggins, RN, MS, director of the Breastfeeding Clinic at San Luis Obispo General Hospital, fenugreek was one of the major ingredients of Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound, a popular 19th century cure-all for “female complaints.”



Fenugreek and breastfeeding – Fenugreek seeds contain hormone precursors that increase milk supply. Scientists do not know for sure how this happens. Some believe it is possible because breasts are modified sweat glands, and fenugreek stimulates sweat production. It has been found that fenugreek can increase a nursing mother’s milk supply within 24 to 72 hours after first taking the herb. Once an adequate level of milk production is reached, most women can discontinue the fenugreek and maintain the milk supply with adequate breast stimulation. Many women today take fenugreek in a pill form (ground seeds placed in capsules). The pills can be found at most vitamin and nutrition stores and at many supermarkets and natural foods stores. Fenugreek can also be taken in tea form, although tea is believed to be less potent than the pills and the tea comes with a bitter taste that can be hard to stomach.

Fenugreek is not right for everyone. The herb has caused aggravated asthma symptoms in some women and has lowered blood glucose levels in some women with diabetes. Please read Fenugreek Precautions and Dr. Ruth Lawrence’s article Herbs and Breastfeeding for more information on fenugreek.

PENELITIAN ILMIAH TENTANG HULBAH

PENELITIAN ILMIAH TENTANG HULBAH

References

  1. ^ “Trigonella foenum-graecum information from NPGS/GRIN”. http://www.ars-grin.gov. http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/taxon.pl?40421. Retrieved 2008-03-13.
  2. ^ Daniel Zohary and Maria Hopf, Domestication of plants in the Old World, third edition (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000), p. 122.
  3. ^ V. A. Parthasarathy, K. Kandinnan and V. Srinivasan, ed. Organic Spices. New India Publishing Agenies. pp. 694.
  4. ^ Statistics
  5. ^ Keritot 6a; Horiyot 12a; Rabbenu Nissim at the end of Rosh Hashana, citing the custom of R Hai Gaon. This follows Rashi’s translation of רוביא, cited as authoritative by Tur and Shulchan Aruch OC 583:1. But Avudraham interprets רוביא as black-eyed peas.
  6. ^ Chantry, Caroline J.; Howard, Cynthia R.; Montgomery, Anne; Wight, Nancy (2004) ([dead link]Scholar search), Use of galactogogues in initiating or augmenting maternal milk supply, The Academy Of Breastfeeding Medicine, http://www.bfmed.org/ace-files/protocol/prot9galactogoguesEnglish.pdf
  7. ^ http://www.breastfeeding.org/articles/fenugreek.html
  8. ^ http://www.breastfeeding.com/all_about/all_about_fenugreek.html
  9. ^ http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2194788 Effect of fenugreek seeds on blood glucose and serum lipids in type I diabetes
  10. ^ http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/story?section=news/local&id=6642803 abclocal.go.com

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