Curry leaves from curry tree (Murraya koenigii) is native to India and also called by name sweet neem leaves, used in many dishes, curries and also as an herb in Ayurvedic.
These leaves are rich source of iron, vitamin C and folic acid and packed with antioxidant properties that improves digestion.
Curry leaves are also known to reduce LDL, fresh curry leaves or dried powder in food helps to reduce bad cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
Curry leaves are used for treating wounds and burns, fresh paste of curry leaves speeds up the of healing process and take care of skin eruptions.
Curry leaves benefits also include weight loss and one of the best ayurvedic remedies to promote good health.
Rich in Calcium, Iron and other powerful antioxidant properties of curry leaves helps build immunity.
Curry leaves are popular home remedy for diarrhoea, dysentery and controlling diabetes.
Eating 4-5 curry leaves empty stomach in the morning can do miracles,Chewing curry leaves daily early morning reduce blood glucose levels.
Curry leaves relieve constipation when drink kadi patta warm water early morning with honey or fresh leaves juice.
Curry Leaves Tea
Curry leaves tea or kadi patta with lime is another good option for the digestive system, hair fall and one of the best home remedy for hair and overall health.
Curry leaves are good for hair growth and also prevent grey hair,mix the dried powder with coconut oil and apply it directly on scalp. The leaves are not only help in hair growth but also prevent hair falls and also helps to fight dandruff.