English/ Common name- The Curry Tree / Sweet neem

Local name- ಕರಿಬೇವಿನ ಗಿಡ

Botanical name- Murraya Koenigii

Appearance- As a Young plant it looks very similar to lavender, growing dusty greenish-grey, needle-shaped leaves. Once it matures, however, the appearance of this herb changes as small round, yellow-colored flowers bloom on the stalks of the plant which may reach 24 inches in height.

Origin- The plant originated in the Terai region of Uttar Pradesh, India.

Conditions required for growth- Curry Plant loves the warm, Humid surroundings and loves subtropical and tropical heat. It needs full sun and moderate watering to thrive.

Uses- The oil can be extracted from the leaves and used to make scented soaps. The fresh leaves are valued as seasoning in the cuisines of South and Southeast Asia. Curry leaves can help in dealing with digestive issues. Curry aids in weight loss and helps to maintain cholesterol levels.

Common remedies-

  • For treating morning sickness (Part of the tree used - Leaves), take 2 teaspoons of curry leaf juice mixed with a teaspoon of Lime juice every morning. Curry leaves juice can be prepared by blending it in a blender with little water. It treats morning sickness, nausea due to indigestion.
  • To get rid of stomach upsets (Part of the tree used - Leaves ) , grind curry leaves to a fine paste and mix it with buttermilk and drink this in the morning on an empty stomach. It gives a beneficial result for stomach upsets.

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