curry plant

Health Benefits & Medicinal Purposes

  • Used to heal burnt skin and chapped lips
  • Also used as an anti-inflammatory and fungicidal astringent for skin
  • Also used as anticoagulant that can help thin the blood and decrease the risk of heart attacks for those who have high cholesterol levels.
  • The oil can act as a catalyst to stimulate enzymes in the body which dissolve blood clots that form from internal hemorrhaging.
  • It can also treat symptoms like coughing and fever.
  • Oil form the curry plant can be utilised for aromatherapy to reduce anxiety and stress.
  • It is often applied to skin as a moisturiser or to help fade scars.
  • Since the oil has antiseptic and antibacterial properties, the oil can also be applied to cuts or wounds.
  • Flowers from the curry plant can be used to make herbal tea. The plant’s leaves can be freshly plucked and added to salads. The essential oil extracted from the plant has been used in making ice creams, sweets, baked goods, soft drinks, and chewing gum in order to enhance fruit flavours.