Fenugreek

by prathamesh gharat last updated -

 Likes  Comments

While fenugreek seeds are commonly used as a digestive aid, this is partially due to its antibacterial effects, which are also useful for preventing infections on open wounds. Festering can be a very serious condition, aside from the release of pus and the eventual smell, festering can lead to much more serious infections, or even blood poisoning. However, applying a fenugreek paste to a wound that has yet to heal or close can prevent bacteria from entering the wound and spreading their infection, thus preventing festering and speeding up the healing process.

DMCA.com Protection Status
References
About the Author
Rate this article
Average rating 0.0 out of 5.0 based on 0 user(s).

Latest Health News:

A lady doctor examining a young girl who is suffering from whooping cough

Exposure To Household Cleaners Linked To Childhood Asthma

The use of household cleaners can cause respiratory problems, including asthma in children. Research published in the Canadian Medical Association…

READ MORE
An older woman mournfully looks out her window

Domestic Abuse Increases Mortality Risks Among Survivors

Although there have been studies that show the adverse effect of domestic abuse on female survivors, how does it impact their mortality? A recent UK research,…

READ MORE

COVID-19: China Reports Decreased Cases, Africa Detects A First

Reports of varying nature about coronavirus, now being designated COVID-19, are pouring in from all around the world. Among these, one of the reassuring…

READ MORE