Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberans Prognosis

       Cancer - a life threatening disease. It is an autoimmune disease, where some of the body cell grow out of body's control and spread throughout the body. These abnormal body cells start destruction of normal body cell.       Cancer is due to some genetic changes in DNA structure of body. The normal body cells have a life span , but when there are such type of changes in DNA, these body cells do not die, rather they grow up and disturb the function of normally working cells.       There are some common cancers such as Lung cancer, skin cancer, breast cancer, colorectal cancer, bladder cancer, etc. There are some rare cancers also, that do not occur in general, and they may have no spreading speed as these common cancers have.  Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans, is one of the rare type sarcoma.        Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans (DFSP) is generally a flesh colored or reddish purplish colored firm patch of skin. It occurs generally in the middle layer of skin. From there, it c

How Fenugreek helps to control diabetes mellitus ?

Fenugreek seeds

     Fenugreek seed is used as an ingredient in spice blends and a flavoring agent in foods.  Fenugreek leaves as vegetable and seeds also are promoted as a dietary supplement for Diabetes Mellitus. 
  It is known to us for its medicinal qualities such as it has antidiabetic, anticarcinogenic, hypocholesterolemic, antioxidant, and immunological properties. 
     The study shows that seeds contain fibers that can help to slow down digestion, reduces the rate at which body absorbs sugar, and also increase the amount of insulin that our pancreas(an organ that release insulin) releases.  

    Ancient Ayurvedic medicine practices used this herbal supplement to induce labor, to regulate menstruation, to improve digestion, to soothe skin irritation, and to promote overall health.  

      Nutritional Importance
    100-gram fenugreek leaves contain Potassium about 600 - 700 mg, Calcium about 100 mg, Vitamin C about 45 mg, Iron about 2.5 mg, Vitamin A about 300 mcg. 

      The seeds and leaves have a distinct unique aroma and slightly bitter flavor. These contain a number of chemical constituents including Sapogenins and Diosgenin. Sapogenins has property to protect against microbes, fungi, and other micro-organisms, Diosgenin may inhibits(decrease) cholesterol absorption. 
   These seeds also contain a unique composition of plant compounds, including flavonoids and Saponins which are bitter in taste and have anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, and immunomodulatory properties, thus may help hair growth .
      The presence of vitamin C in fenugreek seeds lightens the skin complexion and gives it a beautiful glow

        Boosts Metabolism -
        Fenugreek seeds are also known to boost metabolism and digestion and thus triggers the burning of fat from the belly and other adipose tissue and help in reducing weight. 

       Pain Reliever
        It is observed in many studies that fenugreek herb may has a property to block sensory receptors that bring pain sensations from brain. Therefore, in traditional medicines it has used to reduce pain especially used for lower backache, joint pain, gout.

      Boost Lactation -   
        The fenugreek seeds and vegetable may increase estrogen that helps to increase milk in lactating mothers in a natural manner. Therefore in traditional diet of lactating mothers there is a dish prepared with either fenugreek seeds or leafy vegetable.
        Pregnant women shouldn't use fenugreek because it may induce uterine contractions. If we talk about the side effects of taking fenugreek they may be mild like some-time diarrhea, bloating, headache, etc. It is not recommended in women with a history of hormone-sensitive cancers. 

    By the various way, we can take fenugreek regularly. Drinking water mixed with fenugreek powder can be helpful in weight loss. 
    We can use fresh leaves in regular salad. Methi Thepla(shallow fried tortilla made with fenugreek leaves) , Methi laddu (A sweet dish from these seeds), Methi with fried garlic, and many more ways are there to eat Methi i.e. fenugreek. Methi laddu are generally used in the winter season or can be enjoyed whenever you desire to eat. These come in the sweet dish, and here instead of using sugar, we can add dates for sweetening. 

     Though bitter in taste, fenugreek owns lots of health benefits.

Dr Nilam
M.D. Homoeopathy
Mob no. 9960205821 



  1. Excellent information and uses of Fenugreek. I really enjoy reading your blogs. Keep writing Dr. Nilam

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  4. Will try to add in diet ,thnx!

  5. Very nice info ma'am ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘

  6. Nice information ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

  7. Actually,Its very useful information...


  8. Your every blog is having diff & imp info.
    2nd last para is much imp.
    Thanks ����..

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  10. useful information ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  11. I love to eat methi n methi ladoo a lot . thank you


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