Curry Whole Leaves

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Latin Name: Murraya Koenigii

Origin Country: India

Curry Leaves known as Kadhi Patta is a vital herb that belongs to the rutaceae family and is native to India and the southeast Asian region. Dried curry leaves are widely used in Asian cuisines for flavouring foods. This versatile and flavorful plant can be grown both indoors and outdoors, making it a delightful addition to any windowsill, herb garden or kitchen.

Curry leaves are rich in protective plant substances, such as alkaloids, glycosides, and phenolic compounds, that give this fragrant herb potent health benefits. Curry leaf extract has been shown to provide potent antioxidant effects

Risk factors like high cholesterol and triglyceride levels may increase your risk of developing heart disease. Adding curry leaves to your diet may help reduce some of these risk factors.

Curry leaves may help protect the health of your nervous system, including your brain. The extract also reduced the amount of oxidative damage in brain cells, as well as enzymes associated with Alzheimer’s disease progression.

Another possible beneficial factor for curry leaves is the fact, that may have pain – relieving effects.

The leaves are commonly added to dishes to bring about a robust, rich flavor and popularly used in meat dishes, curries, and other traditional Indian recipes. Curry leaves soften when cooked and are often sautéed in oil or butter before both the fat and cooked leaves are added to dishes. Combine dried curry leaves with other spices, such as red chili, turmeric, and cumin seeds, to make a flavorful seasoning blend. Cook curry leaves in hot oil and then use the infused oil as a dip or topping for crusty bread. Add curry leaves to chutneys and sauces.
Some people might be allergic to curry leaves. Excessive eating of curry leaves may cause low blood pressure due to its active iron compound. Also, iron may be essential for the body but excessive iron intake is harmful to the body in the long run. Moreover, curry leaves are rich in sodium. Uncontrolled sodium intake may result in bloating and the deposit of water weight. Water weight may cause you to gain more weight. Therefore, it is best to eat curry leaves in moderate amounts.

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