Trigonella Foenum Graecum, commonly known as fenugreek or methi, is most widely used as a flavoring agent in different food items across the world. This herb is indigenous to Eastern Europe, but is cultivated in different parts of the world. The seeds of fenugreek contain certain rare minerals such as silicon, iron and sodium along with thiamine. The seeds are a rich source of dietary fibers such as fenugreekine and 4-hydroisoleucine, and help in the general maintenance of a healthy digestive system. Due to its anti-diabetic properties, these seeds are used in various Ayurvedic formulations.