Curry Leaf Essential Oil

Curry Leaf Essential Oil

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Curry Leaf Essential Oil (1/3 oz)
$33.36

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Curry Leaf Essential Oil is mainly considered a culinary oil. It is used in many Indian dishes and the oil can replace the spice. Medically Curry Leaf Oil is used for diabetes, hair loss and maintaining the skins natural pigmentation.

Curry Leaf Essential Oil

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As perfume oil, Curry Leaf Essential Oil is medium to strong in aroma with a sweet, spicy scent and bitter undertones. Curry Leaf tree is now being currently grown in the Gritman garden. The branches are popular for cleaning teeth and are said to strengthen thee gums and teeth. In India, the curry leaf is used to prevent nausea and to cure stomach upsets. It is also used in treating skin irritations and poisonous bites.

Additional Information

Product No. 01-cur01-group
GCC DS-GP Nepal
Common Name Curry Leaf Tree, Indian Curry Leaf
Scientific Name Murraya koenigii
Family Name Rutaceae (Rue)
Indigenous Country Himalayas, India, Sri Lanka
Country Of Production India
History People often think of curry as a spice, but in fact the Tamil word kari means soup or sauce, and refers to a dish cooked in a spicy sauce.
history_cont However, the British mistakenly applied the word to the mixture of spices used to flavour these dishes, and "curry" has held this alternate meaning ever since.
Plant Description A small spreading shrub, about 2.5 meters high; the main stem, dark green to brownish, with numerous dots on it; its bark can be peeled off, exposing the white wood underneath. Sweetly scented white flowers. Bears round to oblong fruits.
Parts Processed Leaves
Processing Methods Steam Distilled
Color Range Clear to light yellow
Chemical Constituents Class: Terpene. Pinene, caryophyllene, gurjunene, elemene, thujene, limonene, murrayacinine
Yin/Yang Yang
Physical Uses Antibacterial, antifungal, astringent, stimulant, tonic. Use to flavor food and treat stomach ulcers. Tonic for the digestive system.
Physical_Uses_cont No
Mental Uses It is time for me to take my seat of power. I can lead. I am powerful and know what I am doing. No one or thing can stand it my way.
Emotional Uses Meek, unassertive, afraid to take charge, intimidated by power, powerless TO feel good about yourself, strong and powerful, assertive, forceful, overwhelming.
Spiritual Uses Can indicate that it is time to take arms and go to war. Curry leaf will help you build your strength and confidence so you can take back or take over control. It is time for you to be in charge.
Spiritual_Uses_Cont Have you been letting others take positions of power while you are afraid to assert yourself?
Applications Culinary, compress, bath, massage, diffusor, sweat lodge
Warnings/Contraindications No formal testing, avoid in pregnancy with infants and children, appears nontoxic.

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