Yogis Herbs Dehydrated Curry Leaf Powder (Murraya Koenigii)- Fresh n Pure

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Ingredient: Dehydrated Curry Leaf Powder (Murraya Koenigii) / Kari patta

 

Let food be your medicine and let  medicine be  your food. The most important thing about curry leaves is that they are not just a spice, but also an herb. This means that they have more health benefits than just adding flavor to your dish. 

 

Common Names: English: Curry Leaf, Curry Bush; Assamese: Bishahari; Bengali: Barsunga; Hindi: Kari patta; Kannada: Gandhabevu; Malayalam: Kareapela; Marathi: Kudianim; Punjabi: Gandhela; Sanskrit: Kalashaka; Tamil: Karivepillai; Telugu: Karepaku.

 

Quality: Yogi’s Herbs Dehydrated Curry Leaves Powder is a top quality product not just for its flavor but also for its purity. 100% Natural – NO Preservatives or artificial colors are used.

 

Net Weight: 100g

 

 

 

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Yogis Herbs Dehydrated Curry Leaf Powder (Murraya Koenigii)- Fresh n Pure 1Happy to bring you another fine quality and healthy vegetable powder – dehydrated curry leaves powder. 

Curry leaves are one of the most popular spices in India and are used in a lot of Indian dishes.  They have been used for centuries to add flavor to dishes. Curry leaves have a distinctive flavor that is different from other spices. 

Curry leaves Powder can be used in many ways in the kitchen. They can be added to curries, sauces, pickles. They are used in a variety of south Indian dishes like sambar, kootu, pachadi and uthappam. One of the best ways to consume curry leaf powder, besides adding it to your favorite dishes, is to make tea with it. You can also use the powder for medicinal purposes by adding it to your bath water or drinking it mixed in water. 

The use of curry leaves as a flavoring for vegetables  is  described  in  early  Tamil  literature dating back to the 1st to 4th centuries AD. Its use is also  mentioned  a  few  centuries  later  in  Kannada literature.  Curry leaves  are still  closely associated with South  India  where the  word ‘curry’ originates from  the  Tamil  ‘kari’  for  spiced  sauces.  An alternative  name  for  curry  leaf  throughout  India is kari-pattha.

Curry leaves has a broad spectrum of traditional medicinal properties, making it especially significant. For centuries, this plant has been used in diverse forms and holds a place of pride in Indian Ayurvedic medicine, known as “krishnanimba”

Health benefits of curry leaves: 

Anemia: Being a rich source of iron and folic acid, curry leaves help prevent anemia. Essentially, folic acid is responsible for helping the body absorb iron, and curry leaves is a rich source of both of these compounds, so it is considered as a natural treatment for anemia.

Calcium Deficiency: Curry leaves are also used to treat  calcium  deficiency. Vitamin A, Calcium, Vitamin C, Vitamin B2, folic acid, and iron are abundant in it.  Its  nutritional  value  benefits both  the  young  and  the  old  alike.  Women  who suffer  from  calcium  deficiency,  osteoporosis  etc can  find  an  ideal  natural  calcium  supplement  in curry leaves.

Liver Health: Curry leaves is hepatoprotective, keeps the liver healthy, they can help with liver conditions such as cirrhosis, and they protect against various infections.

Nausea: Curry leaves juice, with lime juice and sugar, is an effective remedy in treating morning sickness, nausea during the summer.

Excessive Pitta: Curry leaves can be used to treat excessive pitta conditions along with mint leaves and coriander leaves

Appetite and Digestion:  Important ingredient in the Indian diet to improve appetite and digestion.

Boils: A  paste made of curry leaves / powder can be applied on boils for relief

Antioxidant

Lipid-lowering

Alzheimer’s disease/Antiageing

Gastrointestinal disorders

Anticancer :

The results from this study indicate that curry leaf may be effective in colon cancer prevention while causing minimal toxic effects to liver cells. Anti-cancer effects may be due to high phenolic and flavonoid content, as well as free-radical scavenging ability.

Premature  greying  of hair: Curry Leaves has always been known to help in preventing greying of the hair. In addition, it is very effective in treating damaged hair, adding bounce to limp hair, strengthening the shaft of thin hair, preventing hair loss, and treating dandruff. Curcuma leaves can either be eaten or applied directly to the scalp to help with hair problems.

Curry leaves are useful for hair because they are high in beta-carotene and protein content, which are instrumental in preventing hair loss and hair thinning. Proteins are necessary for hair growth because hair is made of protein and is also vital for hair development. The amino acid content that strengthens hair fibre is also high in curry leaves.

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Weight 100 g