Curry leaf tea is a South Indian natural remedy used for centuries to treat many ailments such as constipation, morning sickness, diabetes, nausea, high blood pressure and diarrhea. The tea is easy to make, so anyone who knows how to boil water will be able to reap the benefits of curry leaf tea.
Things You'll Need
Preparing and Consuming the Tea
If you don’t already have curry leaves, purchase them from your local Asian grocery store. They can be found in the refrigerated section.
Bring a glass of water to a boil and remove it from direct heat.
Add 35 to 40 curry leaves to the glass of hot water. Allow the leaves to soak for a couple hours.
Strain the tea to remove the curry leaves.
Add honey and lemon to taste.
Drink the tea on an empty stomach.
References and ResourcesHealthy Lifestyle: The Curry Leaf -- Magic in the Kariveppillai
Cooking With Kurma: Curry Leaf Heaven
Ayushveda: Home Remedies for High Blood Pressure