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  1. photo Sete alternativas “verdes” para perder pesoSete alternativas “verdes” para perder pesoArticle
    forem incluídos na rotina. O site norte-americano Tree Hugger produziu uma lista com sete dicas que podem facilmente ser aplicados aos hábitos de qualquer pessoa. 1. Dirija menos – Para reduzirRead more
  2. photo Slow Cooker Recipes: 20 Warming Soups for a Frosty DaySlow Cooker Recipes: 20 Warming Soups for a Frosty DayArticle
    Ah, winter. It’s bliss–sparkling ice-covered trees abound, making us long for warm places to curl up inside, and sip on warm liquids. It’s time to grab your slow cooker and pourRead more
  3. photo Fight antibiotic-resistant superbugs with these six powerful and natural alternatives to antibioticsFight antibiotic-resistant superbugs with these six powerful and natural alternatives to antibioticsNews
    that most of us know from Indian curries, has been well known and documented for its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. It inhibits the growth of certain bacteria, parasites and fungi. It hasRead more
  4. photo How to Choose the Best Soy Sauce, Or is It Tamari?How to Choose the Best Soy Sauce, Or is It Tamari?Article
    to curries. Nama shoyu is a higher-end version of soy sauce. It’s normally organic and made with higher quality ingredients like organic and non-gmo soybeans, wheat, sea salt, and spring water. It’s rawRead more
  5. photo How to Grow an Endless Supply of Alkalizing, Anti-Inflammatory Ginger, Turmeric and Garlic at HomeHow to Grow an Endless Supply of Alkalizing, Anti-Inflammatory Ginger, Turmeric and Garlic at HomeArticle
    is obtained from the bark of the cinnamon tree, this is absolutely true. Unlike herbs, vast number of all the spices grows naturally in various tropical and subtropical parts of the world. It is quiteRead more
  6. photo What kind of cinnamon are you eating - Ceylon, cassia, Korintje, or Saigon?What kind of cinnamon are you eating - Ceylon, cassia, Korintje, or Saigon?News
    of Europe, Latin America, Mexico, the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia. Indian curries and desert recipes of the lighter variety that call for cinnamon are typically referring to Ceylon cinnamonRead more
  7. photo Black is the new green: Discover the health benefits of black foodsBlack is the new green: Discover the health benefits of black foodsNews
    next curry or turmeric dish.Black tea is derived from the evergreen tree Camellia. It's teeming with antioxidant polyphenols. Black tea's polyphenols have been shown to help brain injury, hearing lossRead more
  8. photo Foods that fight inflammation - here's what really worksFoods that fight inflammation - here's what really worksNews
    a dash of it to your stir-fries or curries for an easy dose of its inflammation-fighting properties.5. WalnutsLike other tree nuts, walnuts impart a variety ofbenefits to those who eat them regularlyRead more
  9. photo CinnamonCinnamonArticle
    benefits. This popular spice comes from the inner bark of a tropical evergreen tree that’s harvested and curls into quills as it dries – hence, the cinnamon stick. You’ll find cinnamon in two varietiesRead more
  10. photo AllspiceAllspiceArticle
    in Caribbean cuisine. It is used in Caribbean jerk seasoning (usually the wood is used for smoking but the spice makes a viable substitute), in mole sauces, and in pickling. You’ll also find allspice in curryRead more

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Curry tree

The curry tree (Murraya koenigii) is a tropical to sub-tropical tree in the family Rutaceae (the rue family, which includes rue, citrus, and satinwood), which is native to India and Sri Lanka.Its leaves are used in many dishes in India and neighbouring countries. Often used in curries, the leaves are generally called by the name 'curry leaves,' although they are also literally 'sweet neem...More