Karuvepillai / Curry Leaves Powder

Brand : NMK
Rs.40
Quick Overview


This leaves are generally called by the name curry leaves, although they are also literally sweet neem leaves in most Indian languages.Its leaves are used in many dishes in India, Sri Lanka, and neighbouring countries. Often used in curries,The leaves are a fresh herb that come from the curry tree. Curry powder is a spice mix that might include dried curry leave. Fresh Curry Leaf trees are botanically classified as Murraya koenigii and are part of the Rutaceae family that also includes citrus.It is a small tree, growing 4–6 m (13–20 feet) tall, with a trunk up to 40 cm diameter.

To Know More Details About Karuvepillai / Curry Leaves Powder

50 grams


Botanical Name     : Murraya Koenigii
English Name         : Curry Leaves dried
Tamil Name            : கருவேப்பிலை / Karuvepillai
Hindi Name             :  कथनीम /  kathnim
Malayalam Name:  കറിവേപ്പില /  kariveppilei 
Telugu Name         : కరేపాకు / Karepaku


About Karuvepillai (Curry Leaves):-

        This leaves are generally called by the name curry leaves, although they are also literallsweet neem leaves in most Indian languages.Its leaves are used in many dishes in India, Sri Lanka, and neighbouring countries. Often used in curries,The leaves are a fresh herb that come from the curry tree.  Fresh Curry Leaf trees are botanically classified as Murraya koenigii and are part of the Rutaceae family that also includes citrus.It is a small tree, growing 4–6 m (13–20 feet) tall, with a trunk up to 40 cm diameter. The aromatic leaves are pinnate, with 11–21 leaflets, each leaflet 2–4 cm long and 1–2 cm broad. The plant produces small white flowers which can self-pollinate to produce small shiny-black berries containing a single, large viable seed. Though the berry pulp is edible—with a sweet but medicinal flavour—in general, neither the pulp nor seed is used for culinary purposes

Internal Benefits of Karuvepillai (Curry Leaves):-

  • Helps keep anaemia at bay If you suffer from anaemia, eat one dates with two curry leaves on an empty stomach every morning
  • Protects your liver from damage , curry leaves help in curing liver damages due to alcohol. 
  • Maintains your blood sugar levels:- curry leaves lower your blood sugar levels by affecting the insulin activity.
  • Protects you from heart disease:- curry leaves prevent the oxidation of cholesterol as it is packed with antioxidants. This in turn increases the amount of good cholesterol and protects you from heart disease and atherosclerosis.
  • Helps with digestion Curry leaves are known to be carminative in nature and thus, is highly effective against indigestion.
  • Relieves the symptoms of diarrhoea:-  Even though curry leaves have mild laxative properties, it is a great remedy for diarrhoea.
  • Reduces congestion in the chest and nose:- It cures from a wet cough, sinusitis or chest congestion. Curry leaves can help loosen up and release congested mucous
  • Treats and prevents skin infections:- This makes it a great home remedy to deal with common skin infections like acne and fungal infections of the nail that are often difficult to treat.
  • Accelerates hair growth:- it also very effective in treating damaged hair, adding bounce to limp hair, strengthening the shaft of thin hair, hair fall and treats dandruff. 

Procurement & Agriculture Method:

90% of Our Herbs are Wild crops and 100% organic by nature,  remaining 10% are organically grown, dried, and pulverized with no chemical or preservatives.

 

Disclaimer:

The Consumption details and benefits listed out in our website are taken from Tamil ancient books and Siddha records, as well as its been further fine tuned by our Siddha Doctors Team. Any how you are requested to consult your Doctor before use.