Botanical Name : Murraya Koenigii
Tamil Name : கருவேப்பிலை / Karuvepillai Powder
English Name : Curry Leaves Powder, Kadi Patta Powder
Malayalam Name : കറിവേപ്പില / kariveppilei, Kareapela, Kariveppu
Hindi Name : कथनीम / kathnim, Bursunga, Karipatta, Mitha Nim, Mitha Neem Patta
Sanskrit Name : Girinimba, Alakavhaya, Chhardighna
Telugu Name : కరేపాకు / Karepaku, Karivepaku, kari-vepa-chettu
Kannada Name :Karibevu, Karibevu soppu
Curry leaves are commonly called sweet neem leaves because they have a similar texture to neem leaves. The leaves are used for flavor, aroma, and medicinal properties in India as well as in various neighboring countries such as Sri Lanka. Often used in meat dishes, these herbal leaves from the curry tree add a refreshing flavor to the meat.
The curry tree, part of the Rutaceae family, which includes citrus, is classified with the botanical genus Murraya Koenigii. This small tree, which grows to a mere 13 feet to 20 feet, includes a trunk of about 40 cm in diameter. It contains 11 to 21 leaflets (2–4 cm long and 1–2 cm wide) and aromatic leaf pinnacles.
The curry tree is capable of producing very small homogeneous white flowers, which are capable of self-pollinating. It produces black fine shiny berries, which contain a large and viable seed. Its sweet berry is edible and has various medicinal properties.
- If you eat two curry leaves on an empty stomach every morning, the anemia will quickly heal.
- Curry leaves are very effective in healing and protecting the liver damaged by alcohol.
- Curry leaves limit insulin activity and lower blood sugar levels, so diabetics should consider adding curry leaves to their diet.
- Curry leaves contain innumerable antioxidants that block the oxidation of cholesterol and regulate heart movement.
- They increase the level of good cholesterol and treat heart disease and atherosclerosis.
- Natural curry leaves have carminative properties in nature that fight against indigestion and avoid digestive problems.
- Although curry leaves have mild laxative properties, it is recommended as an effective remedy for diarrhea.
- Curry leaves treat coughs, nose irritation, sinusitis, and chest irritation, and can help alleviate chronic mucus.
- It is an effective home remedy for skin infections, acne, scars, and nail fungal infections.
- Curry leaves solve countless hair problems such as controlling hair loss, stimulating hair growth, treating damaged hair, treating dandruff, and strengthening thin hair.
How to use
- Add curry leaves powder to your curries.
- Sprinkle the powder over dishes and salads.
- Add it to the vegetable spicy smoothies and soups.
There are no side effects in using this product, and you can consider medical advice for the usage of this product during pregnancy.
Harvesting & Manufacturing Methods
All herbs are 100% naturally harvested, dried, and pulverized without the chemical interactions that assure the natural herb powders.