Turmeric Powder, 100 gm / in Veg Capsules, 100 pcs
Ayurveda recommended turmeric packaged in a modern, vegetarian capsule avatar for easy consumption.
88.00₹ – 345.00₹
Turmeric Powder in Veg Capsules
- Applying ancient wisdom in modern times can be powerful and potent.
- Rich in dietary fiber, iron, potassium, magnesium and vitamin B6, turmeric’s primary health benefits have always been known to be highly therapeutic in ancient Ayurvedic texts.
- Turmeric is used primarily for its immunity boosting and antioxidant properties.
- When combined with neem, turmeric can prepare the system to be more receptive to yogic practices.
- We’ve given a modern-day avatar to this traditional health fix so that you can pop it easily and reap all the health benefits.
- Created in a powdered form of convenient and easy-to-consume pure vegetarian capsules, they are made from 100% plant origin HPMC (Hydroxy Propyl Methyl Cellulose), so you can avoid the intake of animal (bovine) gelatin.
- They are an excellent pick for vegetarians and vegans.
- Can boost your immunity
- Provides the system with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties
- Could support diabetics
- Acts as a home remedy for cough, cold and throat irritation
- When combined with neem, turmeric can prepare the system to be more receptive to yogic practices
How to consume Turmeric Powder?
It is recommended to take 2 capsules each in the morning on an empty stomach with tepid, light honey water. With 100 capsules, this pack will be sufficient for 50 days.
What you should know:
Pregnant and lactating women are advised to consume herbal products under the advice of a physician.
Turmeric Powder (Haldi), 100 gm
- Mix 1/2 teaspoon of turmeric powder with a small amount of water until a paste forms.
- Use 1 gm of this paste to prepare a turmeric ball.
- Take this ball along with light honey in lukewarm water every morning on an empty stomach before starting sadhana.
- This 100 gm turmeric powder will be sufficient for 100 balls.
- This turmeric can also be used in cooking by adding to a variety of sambars, dals, or other dishes.