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Curry Leaves: Are you removing the curry leaves in the curry .. but these shocking things are for you

 Curry leaves are topped in Indian cuisine. If you do not put Curry Leaves in anything while cooking, something is missing. Curry leaves adds flavor as well as a nice aroma. In addition, curry leaves offer numerous health benefits. The scientific name for curry from the Rutacea family is Muraya koini.

                   Among its many health benefits are its antioxidant properties. Due to its antibacterial properties, curry leaves is used not only in cooking but also in medicine. Curry leaves are a great medicine (Medicine) to prevent hair problems. Improves digestion. Balances the release of acids in indigestion and digestion.

                  Apart from that it helps in skin care. Helps greatly in reducing burns, itching, skin problems. Dissolves bad cholesterol in the body and reduces weight. Curry leaves is a good remedy for leukemia, prostate cancer and colorectal cancer. Vitamin-A in curry improves eyesight. The antioxidants in curry help fight bacterial and fungal infections. If the appetite is slowed down in children, adding a little curry powder and ghee to the rice will increase the appetite. It also prevents urinary problems. People who eat curry have a lower risk of heart disease.

Curry Leaves - Health benefits


Let's see how to make curry powder.

Place the curry in a pan and fry on a thin flame. Hold the stove until the color changes to a slightly darker color. Roast the dried chillies in the same way. Soak the tamarind and remove the pulp and mix with the fried curry. Add these to the roti and grind finely. Salt and turmeric are then seasoned to taste. Add tamarind and a small piece of jaggery and mash. It should not be too slippery. Once it is soft and dry, add cumin, mustard and various pulses. That's how delicious and healthy curry powder becomes ready. 

Note: Studies .. Recommendations from health experts .. The following information is provided as part of other health-related reports. The purpose of this article is purely informative. Prior to making any decisions regarding your health, you should consult your physician.

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