The glass jar packaging of Haldi offers organic bagdara turmeric. This product is organically grown and processed by using the highest standards of manufacturing.
Servings per jar: 60 gm / 2.1 oz
Content: Purely Natural Bagdara turmeric
This item contains no animal products and is suitable for the vegetarians and vegans. 100% vegetarian.
- Prevents Alzheimer’s diseases
- Liver Detoxifier
- Lowers brain and heart diseases
- Antioxidant agent
- Supplement for joint pains
The medicinal properties of turmeric (haldi) are a boon for the mankind. For gifting the goodness of Bagdara Turmeric to the customers, Haldi from HI Wellness is offering the virtue of 100% organic turmeric powder, which is grown in the Bagdara Farms of Madhya Pradesh, India. Organically grown Bagdara Turmeric is available in an attractive packaging of 60 gm that customers can easily order home. This curcumin enriched turmeric powder has anti- cancerogenous, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antioxidant, and anti- bacterial properties. Organic turmeric cures Psoriasis, Arthritis, Pieria, bad breath, jaw joint disorder, skin problems, depression, scarred skin, and reduces the risk of childhood leukemia. It also controls type 2 diabetes and chronic cough.
How to Use Bagdara Haldi to Heal
Use it in cooking various curries and dishes. Proved scientifically, turmeric is used for cancer prevention and even during cancer treatment. Begin with small dosage of 1gm per day. If you observe no side-effects, increase the dosage to 2gm per day. Continue this for five weeks. Turmeric can also be taken along with milk or smoothies.
You can also try turmeric with egg- blend 1 tablespoon of BagdaraHaldi and 1 teaspoon of coconut oil with 1-2 egg yolks in a blender.
Put 1 teaspoon of turmeric powder into a quart of boiling water. Let it boil for 10 minutes. You will find 10-15 percent of the solution left in the pan. Drink it once cooled.
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A Word of caution: Whichever way you try, make sure to first begin with small quantity of Haldi, observe the effects on your body and then proceed further. Also, direct intake of Turmeric is not advisable during Pregnancy! However, it is considered safe if consumed as a spice in food.