Curry Tree Leaf
What Is Curry Tree Leaf
Ancient Usage of Curry Leaf
Well known for its aromatics, M. koenigii is consumed in many Asian cuisines. The leaves have been reported to possess the same pharmacological activities as stimulants, tonics, and carminative agents to treat influenza, fever, bronchial asthma and animal bites. Used as both a spice and medicine for thousands of years, curry leaf is recognized for its medicinal properties by the ancient Ayurvedic medicine system. Our curry tree leaves come from the same tree that produces the culinary spice used in curries.
How Curry Leaf Helps Reset Circadian Rhythm
Curry leaf is one of nature’s most abundant sources of a class of natural compounds that are key regulators of the circadian clock. Not surprisingly, since new research shows that glucose levels are impacted by circadian rhythm, these special compounds have also been shown to help modulate blood sugar levels.
Why a Balanced Circadian Rhythm Matters
Curry Tree Leaves:
- Dairy free
- Soy free
- Egg free
- Made without Gluten
- Self-affirmed GRAS
Science Proves It:
The pharmacological activity of M. koenigii and its carbazole alkaloids are well studied. In addition to stabilizing the circadian clock function, this ingredient has been shown to be a free radical scavenger, anti-inflammatory, hypoglycemic, hepatoprotective, anti-microbial, cardioprotective, memory enhancing, weight balancing, anti-diarrheal and anti-hyperlipidemic. The very latest research continues to study how this ingredient positively effects our circadian clocks.