[SPICE] Green Curry

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A special blend of Asian Green Curry.


Turmeric - Turmeric is considered one of the most healthy spices and today it is recommended to consume 2 g turmeric a day to prevent diseases such as cancer, atherosclerosis, liver problems, infections and more.
Coriander - cilantro rejuvenates and strengthens, soothes flatulence, diuretic, promotes appetite, reduces cholesterol and destroys intestinal parasites
Fenugreek - fenugreek is very healthy, lowers blood pressure, sugar and cholesterol. Effective in cases of diabetes, constipation, atherosclerosis and more.
Nutmeg - a spice with a slightly sweet and sweet flavor. The name "Muscat" comes from Latin and means "fragrant". Nutmeg, when taken in excessive amounts, can cause hallucinations, nausea, dehydration and pain. Excessive consumption of the spice is very dangerous.
English pepper - The English pepper is the dried, dried fruit of a green tree up to the citrus family called "Pimento" Serves for seasoning soups and dishes for vegetables for fish dishes and cooking dishes.
Glengel - a relative of the ginger, is a flagship of the Thai cuisine and is usually imported to Israel only in its dry form. Gelengel is a warming plant that helps the digestive system function. Btialnd customary use of galangel powder and lime juice to treat colic, in addition to the root helps to relieve difficulty breathing
ginger - use of ginger reduces the risk of atherosclerosis, anti-nausea and vomiting (even pregnant), helps to relieve arthritis and helps to improve digestion and evacuation of gases.

Directions for use: 
green curry mixture is well integrated with chicken, fillets and chicken. It is recommended to use the mixture for calorie and beans.

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