What is Haridra?

Haridra, also known as Turmeric. This vibrant golden-hued spice, derived from the roots of the Curcuma longa plant

How to Use Haridra

The rhizomes, or underground stems, of the Haridra plant are the primary source of its potent benefits.

Culinary Creations

Add a pinch of Haridra to your daily cooking for a vibrant color and a mild earthy flavor. It enhances curries, stews, soups, and even beverages.

Golden Milk Elixir

Create a soothing concoction by mixing Haridra with warm milk, a touch of honey, and a dash of black pepper for enhanced absorption.

Blend it with natural oils or yogurt to create a paste for skin application, offering relief from various skin issues.

Topical Applications

Moderate consumption is advised, as excessive intake may lead to digestive discomfort.


Mix the powder and yogurt to form a paste. Add honey and a few drops of rose water; mix well. Apply the mask to clean, dry skin and leave it on for 15-20 minutes.

Turmeric Face Mask Homemade

Individuals with allergies to ginger or its family members should consult a healthcare professional before use.


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