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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 18




curry powder is

Posted By: Laurie K. A+ sec
Date: Thursday, 14 February 2002, at 4:44 p.m.

In Response To: Yes, but curry herb and turmeric are different, aren't they? (George in Oz (O+, ns, ldn, MN) 38 )

CURRY PLANT, MINIATURE
Helichrysum italicum sp.

Tender Perennial
Ht: 12" - 18"
Light: Full Sun
Soil: Well Drained Soil
Color: Yellow
Symbolism:

Tender Perennial
Culinary
Ornamental Fragrance

This is not the commercial source of curry power. Curry powder is a mixture of several herbs and spices. This plant is popular for delightfully curry-scented foliage. Related to the strawflower, it bears attractive golden yellow flowers.

The English use this herb in cream cheese for sandwiches and in salads,especially egg and chicken.

The essential oil is used to enhance fruit flavors in confections and perfumes.
http://www.nhg.com/db/2424.htm
this is where I found this info


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