Chilli makes you sweat as well increases your metabolism, and a higher metabolism means you burn calories at a faster rate.
Tomato has antioxidant properties that help fight against cancerous cell formation and other health-complicating diseases.
Cinnamon adds that unique sweet taste to our curry and regulates blood sugar levels, have antibacterial properties and ease muscular pain.
Ginger has antibacterial and excellent digestive aid by helping to relive indigestion, gas pains, diarrheas and stomach cramps.
Star Anise is an aromatic, warming herb that is often used to relieve digestive problems, disturbances and gastric distress.
Candlenut adds a nutty taste and they help in thickening a curry. The seed inside the nuts have a very high oil content.
Turmeric is the primary spice in curries - it's how you get that beautiful yellow when you're making a curry. It is also used as an antibacterial agent.
Coriander strengthen the stomach and promote digestive action, relieve flatulence, improve discharge of urine and reduce the effects of a fever.
Cumin seeds rich in natural substances that has the ability to inhibit growth of cancer cells, calm digestion and rev up sex drive.
The subtle taste of the Shallots adds another delicious layer to a curry. It help our body fight bugs and has possesses anti-cancer properties as well.
Lemongrass has a soft, lemony aroma and a refreshing and light taste that bears a tiny hint of ginger to it. It has the anti-cancer properties.
Adding Curry Leaf to a curry benefits it by adding a bit of aroma to the finished dish. They are also known to promote healthy hair.
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