200g+ Curry Leafs from ceylon 100% organic

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What Are Curry Leaves?

  • Curry leaves are the curry tree foliage (Murraya koenigii). This tree is native to India, and for both medicinal and culinary purposes, its leaves are used. They are particularly aromatic and have a distinctive taste of citrus notes. In Indian households, curry leaves, the quintessential aromatic element, have countless nutritional and therapeutic benefits. Kadi Patta or Meetha Neem in Hindi, Kariveppilai in Tamil, or Karivempu in Malayalam are known by many vernacular names as this tree is indigenous to India, Srilanka, and many Southeast Asian countries. Although this traditional spice mixture is often added and popularly used in cooking to add flavor to dishes such as curries, rice dishes, and dals, curry leaves are not the same as curry powder. They deliver an array of health benefits due to the strong plant compounds they produce, apart from being a versatile culinary herb
  • Nutritional Value of Curry Leaves

  • These high-speed deciduous shrubs are a compulsory part of Indian cooking where all the dishes for seasoning or garnishing start and end with it. Curry leaves are very rich in copper, minerals, calcium, phosphorous, fiber, carbohydrates, magnesium, and iron, which are important nutrients.
  • Besides, curry leaves often contain different kinds of vitamins and amino acids. Depending on the intended use, the leaves can be dried or fried, and the fresh form is very common as well.

  • Nutritional, Vitamins and Minerals
    Per 0.5 g
    1.5 Mg
    Vitamin A
    0.50 %
    Vitamin C
    0.10 %
    Vitamin B-6
    0.10 %

    Uses of Curry Leaves

  • Curry leaves are a rich source of vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin C, vitamin B2, calcium, and iron, apart from a heavy distinctive odor and pungent taste. It helps in the treatment of dysentery, diarrhea, diabetes, morning sickness, and nausea by adding curry leaves to your meals. Often, curry leaves help flush out toxins and the fat content of the body.
  • Benefits

    Curry Leaves Helps in Lowers Cholesterol Level:

  • Curry leaves have properties that help to lower one’s blood cholesterol levels. These shrubs, packed with antioxidants prevent cholesterol oxidation that produces LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol). This raises the amount of good cholesterol (HDL) and protects from atherosclerosis and heart disease.
  • Curry Leaves Boosts Digestion:

  • One of the advantages of curry leaves since the days of yore is that it helps digestion. It is thought that kadi patta has mild laxative properties in Ayurveda that help the stomach get rid of unnecessary waste.
  • Curry Leaves for Liver:

  • Curry leaf research suggested that there were strong hepato-protective properties of the tannins and carbazole alkaloids present in the leaves. Also, when combined with vitamin A and vitamin C, its highly powerful anti-oxidative property not only prevent but also activates the organ to function more effectively.
  • Curry Leaves Hastens Hair Growth:

  • In treating damaged hair, curry leaves are very successful, adding bounce to limp hair, reinforcing the thin hair shaft, and falling hair. Other than that, the leaf extract has demonstrated antifungal activity against fungal scalp infection of Malassezia furfur, which is why it can be used to treat dandruff.
  • Curry Leaves for Eye Health:

  • Curry leaves are rich in carotenoid-containing vitamin A, thereby reducing the possibility of damage to the cornea. The deficiency of vitamin A can cause eye disorders, including night blindness, vision loss, and cloud formation. Thus, the leaves keep the retina safe and protect against loss of vision.
  • Curry Leaves Eradicates Bacteria:

  • Every second disease is caused by infections or includes damage to oxidative cells. In today’s world, where the occurrence of antibiotic-resistant strains is rising rapidly, alternative infection therapies are a necessity. This is where the promise is demonstrated by curry leaves. Carbazole alkaloids, compounds that contain antioxidant, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties, are laden with curry leaves. Also capable of destroying bacteria and cell-damaging free radicals are the compound linalool, responsible for the flowery smell of these shrubs.
  • Curry Leaves Promotes Weight Loss:

  • When it comes to losing weight, curry leaf is a good herb. It is one of the best remedies to get rid of the body’s assembled fat. Studies show that curry leaves can help reduce the number of triglycerides and cholesterol, which helps to prevent obesity.
  • Controls Side Effects:

  • Curry leaf intake decreases the effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy and also protects against chromosomal damage and bone marrow protection.
  • Curry Leaves for Blood Circulation:

  • It helps to resolve menstrual issues, gonorrhea, diarrhea and alleviate aches by integrating curry leaves into one’s regular diet.
  • Anti Diabetic Properties in Curry Leaves:

  • One of curry leaves’ greatest health benefits is that it has the potential to regulate diabetes. Through using curry leaves in one’s diet, insulin-producing pancreatic cells can be stimulated and covered.
  • Curry Leaves helps to Treat Wounds:

  • Applying the paste of curry leaves has curative effects on wounds, rashes, boils, and mild burns. A paste of the leaves also helps prevent and eliminate any type of harmful infection.
  • Dosage

    • Curry leaves Powder – ¼-½ teaspoon twice a day.
    • Curry leaves Capsule – 1-2 capsules twice a day

    Curry Leaves in Ayurveda and Supplements

  • Curry leaves are mentioned in Ayurveda as Girinimba or Krishnanimba, named in several ancient scriptures after Lord Krishna, the God of Protection. In this traditional holistic healing, the essential oil extracted from the leaves of the curry leaf tree is commonly used for the treatment of hair and skin issues, diabetes, eye problems, dental problems, diarrhea, etc.
  • Tikta (bitter) and Kashaya (astringent) properties are present in the curry leaves. With all the tribunals, i.e., it’s blessed Tikshna and Laghu (light), Rukhsha(dry) (sharp). It has Ushna Virya and Katu Vipaka (hot potency) (pungent metabolic property). It aggravates the doshas (digestion) of Pitta and pacifies the doshas of Vata (air) and Kapha (earth and water).
  • In giving one lustrous long hair, the richness of antioxidants and nutrients in these leaves works wonders. This treats damaged hair, strengthens the roots of the hair, stops hair from falling, and also treats dandruff. It is also a natural help for hair greying prematurely.
  • how to make curry leaves for hair with step-by-step photo:
      1. how to make curry leaves hair oil:

          1. firstly, in a mixing jar take 2 cups of curry leaves and 2 tbsp methi.

          2. grind to a fine powder.

          3. in a large Kadai heat 300 grams of coconut oil and add curry leaves – methi powder.

          4. fry for a couple of minutes or until the oil comes to a boil.
          5. make sure not to burn the oil.
          6. once the oil cools slightly, filter out using a clean kitchen towel.
          7. finally, curry leaves hair oil is ready as a hair fall treatment. you can use the residue as a hair mask by mixing it with curd.
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