Fresh Curry Leaves 70g
Fresh Curry Leaves also known as ‘sweet neem leaves’, karapincha, and many other names, the leaves of the curry tree are especially popular in Sri Lankan cuisine and other dishes, but are widely used all over South Asia, from India to Pakistan.
|Nutrition Facts||Energy (cal)||Proteins (g)||Fats (g)||Carbohydrates (g)||Calcium (mg)||Phosphorus (mg)||Iron (mg)|
|Average Qty per 100g||346||19.5||3.2||60||2656||182||22.4|
|Average Qty per Serving||3.4||0.19||0.03||0.60||26.56||1.82||0.22|
Curry leaves are natural flavouring agents with a number of important health benefits, which makes your food both healthy and tasty along with pleasing aroma.
01. Gastrointestinal Protection
Use of curry leaves is recommended as a cure for gastrointestinal issues in Ayurvedic methodology.
02. Anti-Diabetic Properties
one of the biggest health benefits of curry leaves is its use in diabetes control and were beneficial in controlling blood glucose levels in diabetic rats.
03. Fights Cancer
The chemical constituents found in curry leaves such as phenols are helpful in fighting cancers such as leukemia, prostate cancer and colorectal cancers.
04. Good for Hair Growth
Curry leaves are believed to help in strengthening hair roots. Dry curry leaf powder mixed in oil can be applied to your hair with a quick massage.