Drying freshly cut CURRY AND LICORICE leaves.
Free for all who come and get them…
We are located in Hangdong Nampreh, close to the Canyon.
First come, first served… We also have Curry Leaf seedlings!!!
See usage below.
The leaves can be dried or fried, depending on the intended use. Fresh leaves are also very popular, both for cooking and herbal medicines like Ayurvedic.
What are Curry leaves used for ? In a nutshell…
Curry leaves are natural flavoring agents with important health benefits, which make your food both healthy and tasty along with a pleasant aroma.
The health benefits of curry leaves include aiding weight loss, treating diarrhea, morning sickness, and nausea, controlling diabetes, improving eyesight, bacterial + fungal infections, and reducing stress among others.
– They contain various antioxidant properties and help to control gastrointestinal problems such as indigestion, excessive acid secretion, peptic ulcers, dysentery, and an unhealthy cholesterol balance.
– They also have cancer-fighting properties and are known to protect the liver (bad cholesterol, improve eyesight).
– Help fight cancer, is radio- and chemo protective.
-Anti-diabetic Properties Perhaps one of the biggest health benefits of curry leaves is their use in diabetes control, because of the presence of iron, zinc, and copper in them. Another research cited in an International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences showed that the anti-hyperglycemic properties of the leaves benefit control of blood glucose level
Curry Leaves Nutrition Facts
The main nutrients found in curry leaves are carbohydrates, energy, fiber, calcium, phosphorous, iron, magnesium, copper, and minerals.
They also contain several vitamins like nicotinic acid, vitamin A, B, C, E, antioxidants, plant sterols, amino acids, glycosides, and flavonoids.
Dose: 2-5g dried powder in hot drinks or food.
Indications : energy tonic, relieve spasm and pain (epigastric or abdominal), dissolve phlegm, poor appetite, loose stools, palpitation after exertion.
To moisten Lungs + relieve cough, for pharyngitis (+Ginger),
to detox, for drug + food poisoning.
For sensitive or irritated skin and to naturally lighten the skin.