CURRY LEAF TREE PLANTS 4 SALE ONLINE HERE AUSTRALIA [Also seeds & leaf]

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CURRY LEAF TREE PLANTS 4 SALE ONLINE HERE AUSTRALIA [Also seeds & leaf]

$28.00

The product offered for sale is a curry leaf tree plant up to 600mm tall in a grow bag which can be shipped to most parts of Australia for $28 plus post pack charges of $20 for up to 6 plants.They are shipped with the grow bags removed. Leaf material is usually available, fresh frozen & dried in 25-30 gramme satchels for $5 or larger quantities at a discounted bulk rate.

Curry Leaf Tree Seeds are also avilable for purchase when in season

Description

Curry Tree or Kadipatta or Sweet Neem leaf.(“Murraya koenigii“; syn. “Bergera koenigii, Chalcas koenigii“) is a tropical to sub-tropical tree in the family Rutaceae, which is native to India.

Description

It is a small tree, growing 4-6 m tall, with a trunk up to 40 cm diameter. The leaves are pinnate, with 11-21 leaflets, each leaflet 2-4 cm long and 1-2 cm broad. The flowers are small white, and fragrant. The small black, shiny berries are edible, but their seeds are poisonous.

The species name commemorates the botanist Johann Gerhard Koenig.

Uses

Its leaves are highly aromatic and are used as a herb. Their form is small and narrow and they somewhat resemble the leaves of the Neem tree; therefore they are also referred to as “Kari Baavu” (translated to “Black Neem”) in the Kannada language and “Karivepaku” in Telugu, again translating to the same meaning. In Tamil and Malayalam it is known as “Karuveppilai”, “ilai” meaning leaves and “veppilai” meaning “Neem leaf”.  

Other names include “Kari Patta” (Hindi), “Bhursunga Patra” (Oriya), “Kadhi Limb” (Marathi), “Kadhi Limdo (Gujarati)” and “Karapincha” (Sinhalese).

They are commonly used as seasoning in Indian and Sri Lankan cooking, much like bay leaves and especially in curries with fish or coconut milk.

In their fresh form, they have a short shelf life though they may be stored in a freezer for quite some time,with some loss  of flavour. They are also available dried, though the aroma is inferior.

Various biological activities of “Murraya koenigii” include antidiabetic [P.Arulselvan and S.Subramanian “antidiabetic”, page 874, Volume 61, Pharmazie, 2006] , antioxidant [P.Arulselvan and S.Subramanian “antioxidant” page 155, Volume 165, Chemico-Biological Interactions, 2007] , antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, hepatoprotective, anti-hypercholesterolemic etc.,

The product offered for sale is a curry leaf tree plant up to 600mm tall in a grow bag/pot which can be shipped to most parts of Australia for $28 plus post pack charges of $20 for up to 6 plants.They are shipped with the grow bags removed. Leaf material is usually available, fresh frozen & dried in 25-30 gramme satchels for $5 or larger quantities at a discounted bulk rate.

Curry Leaf Tree Seeds are also avilable for purchase when in season

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