Haldi-हल्दी – Termeric Uses In Daily Life
Haldi / Haridra consists of dried rhizomes of Curcuma longa Linn. (Family – Zingiberaceae); cultivated throughout warmer parts of India.
The rhizomes are cylindrical, ovate, oblong, often short branched; yellow to yellowish-brown, with scars of roots and leaf bases, taste and odor characteristic.
SYNONYMS of Turmeric
Sanskrit: Gauri, Kanchani, Haridra
In Ayurveda, the drug is considered as an anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, carminative, anthelmintic and used in healing ulcer and wounds, skin diseases and allergic conditions.
Haridra-Khand Churna (Powder):
Dose: 5-10 gm once a day with milk, before meals.Indications: Allergic cough and chronic cough.
Dose: 5 gm twice a day, before meals.Indication: Diabetes
Kumkumadi Tail (Medicated oil) :
Dose: For external applicationIndications: Wound and Skin disorders.
Lakshadi Taila (Medicated oil):
Dose: For external application.Indication: Fever.
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