Start cooking Indian now! I was out looking for a route by which to climb up the roof because I wanted to get some mangoes, when I spied a growth which looked very much like the curry tree which I planted some months back, which I thought the gardener pulled out. I stood there with my forhead creased, hands on my hips wondering about the mystery. Then I noticed a fully grown shrub with similar leaves hiding behind the decorative plants. I went around the star apple tree to further investigate and there were two more plants!
Curry Tree Plant Profile
Areca nut - Wikipedia
Murraya koenigii is a culinary important plant of Indian origin, and also been a component of many formulations used in the Ayurvedic system of medicine since many centuries. A scrutiny of literature reveals some notable pharmacological activities of the plant. Carbazole alkaloids which are abundantly present in the leaves, fruits, roots and bark of this plant, have been reported for their antidiabetic, anticancer, antibacterial, anti-nociceptive and antioxidant activities. Besides these activities, the plant is described to have a wide array of therapeutic activities.
How to Grow Curry Leaf Plant
Native to India , the curry leaf tree Murraya koenigii grows as a small bush or tree that can reach anywhere from six to 20 feet tall. This low-maintenance evergreen produces fragrant white flowers, which grow into small, black fruits similar to berries. This fruit is edible, but should only be consumed carefully by removing the poisonous seed first.
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