Amazing benefits of the curry leaves and berries. Diabetes, high in magnesium, iron, calcium, phosphorus,
What can i eat of the curry tree and how is it best consumed?
Each fruit contains 1 to 2 deep green seeds which are TOXIC and not to be consumed.
Life just brought me them, after i asked for magnesium and for a friends pre-Diabetes Diagnose.
Curry berries for diabetes, weight and Nutrition – don’t eat the seeds!
The Curry fruit grows on the evergreen curry tree, known throughout India by several different names such as karepaku, narasingha bishahari, and mitha neem. The tree is botanically known as Murraya koenigii and belongs to the Rutaceae, or citrus, family. The trees are most famous for their “curry leaves,” a common spice in Indian cuisine. Though not as commonly consumed, Curry berries are also edible.
Curry berries contain a large amount of vitamin C and anthocyanins.
+ as well as the minerals calcium, phosphorus, magnesium,
+ and iron.
Curry berries are also being studied for their potential use as a natural treatment for diabetes.
Please note that Curry berries have TOXIC seeds which should not be consumed. Curry berries can be eaten fresh as a snacking fruit. They can also be squeezed for their juice. Most commonly they are used to make a nutritional juice or tonic used in Ayurvedic medicine. Though the seeds are toxic, they do contain an antibacterial and antifungal essential oil that is used in perfumery. Most commonly it is the leaves of the curry tree that are used.
The edible products of the curry tree have been an important part of Indian cooking and Ayurvedic medicine for hundreds of years. The plant also has landscape value, serving as a shade tree and, when planted in a row, a hedge and windbreak.
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