Curry Leaves are picked from The curry tree, Murraya koenigii or Bergera koenigii, is a tropical and sub-tropical tree in the family Rutaceae. The plant is also sometimes called sweet Neem.

The Curry Leaves is an aromatic leaf commonly used in cooking. It can be used whole, either dried or fresh, in which case it is removed from the dish before consumption, or less commonly used in ground form.

Curry Leaves a plant which is native to India, India is the largest exporter of spices globally, India is the Largest Producer and biggest Exporter of Curry Leaves Indian Hydrocolloids A Renown Curry Leaves Manufacturers & Suppliers in India & is one of the leading Curry Leaves Exporter and Supplier from India.

Curry Leaves - Benefits, Nutrition Value & Uses:

Curry Leaves used for its health benfeits, in Indian recipes, Curry Leaves is used in curries and as a tadka in pakoras and dals, as well as a flavoring in breads. Middle Eastern recipes incorporate carom to boost the flavor of meat and rice dishes. Active enzymes in Curry Leaves improve the flow of stomach acids, which can help to relieve indigestion, bloating, and gas.

Curry Leaves is one of the oldest medicinal herbs of India as well as South-East Asia. The medicinal plant, Curry Leaves is widely used in the traditional Indian system of medicine like Ayurveda, It is popular in Chinese, Mongolian and Tibetan medicines, Curry Leaves is one of the traditional Chinese medicines TCM used in the treatment of many diseases.

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100% Natural
Parameters Value
Length of Leaf 1-3 cm
Width of Leaf 1 cm
Moisture 12% Max
Volatile Oil 1.5% Max
Ash 4% Max
Acid Insoluble Ash 0.8% Max
Color Greenish