What is Curry?

Curry, which is one of the most preferred spices in countries such as India and Pakistan and in Southeast Asian countries, is a spice obtained by mixing many different spices, especially sumac and turmeric. Curry, which started to spread all over the world in the late 1960s and early 1970s, has thus managed to find a place for itself in all kitchens.

What Are the Benefits of Curry?

Curry, which has been used since the 1300s, is known for containing many benefits. The main benefits are:

  • From the moment it enters the body, it begins to destroy cancerous cells within 24 hours. The important thing for this is that it is consumed fresh.
  • It helps to eliminate the problems that occur in the gallbladder.
  • It helps to solve problems such as shortness of breath, flu, asthma and flu.
  • It prevents the progression of diseases that can be seen in the liver.
  • It is good for joint pain.
  • It strengthens memory and prevents the risk of Alzheimer’s diseases.
  • If it is applied to the hair as a mask, it prevents shedding and ensures healthy hair growth.
  • When mixed with natural olive oil and applied to the skin, it helps the skin to be more vibrant and bright.
  • It is good for stomach ailments such as reflux and ulcers.

How Should Curry Be Consumed?

Curry, which is among the indispensables of Thai, Italian, French and Chinese cuisines, can be consumed mainly in pasta and salads, as well as in white meat dishes.