can be used in a wide variety of ways in almost all dishes. Among other things, it has an antibacterial, detoxifying and even anti-nausea effect. It is also considered to be an aphrodisiac that stimulates blood circulation.
named after the Indian homeland of the so-called curry tree. The strongly tangerine-like scented curry leaves are not to be confused with western-style curry mixes, but can be part of it. The effect is cleansing, among other things.
is the main flavor-forming component of many spirits and desserts as well as soups and other main courses. It has a soothing and calming effect on the stomach, intestines and soul, as well as strengthening nerve forces and promoting sleep.
means "Indian date", which is derived from the shape of the 5-20 cm fruit. In terms of taste, sweet-sour-tart, it has, for example, a fever-lowering effect and helps against biliary problems.
the ground aromatic kernels of the Indian plant are part of many types of curry and refine dishes with different flavors. It invigorates the mind, body and memory, has a mood-enhancing effect and much more.
is a typical Indian versatile ingredient. Both seeds and leaves are used in various ways. It stimulates the appetite, has an antispasmodic effect and is now also used in medicines for digestive disorders. Coriander leaves are also often used fresh.
comes from a climbing plant of Indian origin that grows up to 10 meters on trees. Among other things, it has a cleaning, anti-inflammatory and antipyretic effect.
The dried bark of the Cylon tree has a healing effect on inflammation in the digestive and urinary tract system, as well as stimulating the appetite, antispasmodic, antiseptic, germ-inhibiting, nerve-strengthening and it is even said to lower cholesterol.