Haridra is one of the most popular drugs in the ayurvedic practice. It has a rich set of the medical functions and does not contain synthetic additives. Haridra has mineral nutrients, vitamins and minerals, essential oils, and vegetable active ingredients. Using Haridra gives an intensive anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic effect.
The main pharmacological functions of Haridra are:
- A regulation of the gastro-intestinal tract activity
- A metabolism regulation
- Cleaning of the blood
- A stimulated formation of the new blood cells
- Anti-allergic action
- Fast healing of wounds
- An improved work of the liver and pancreatic gland
- Increased skin tone and improved skin color
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A protective action of Haridra is medically proved. Haridra lowers an acidity of the gastric acid, increases a concentration of mucin in it and protects the mucous membrane against the aggressive effect of the hydrochloric acid in the gastric acid.
A therapeutic effect of Haridra develops slowly. This is not a synthetic product that activates the recovery processes at once. A mechanism of the action of Haridra is based on the recovery of the natural biochemical and physiological processes in the body. Therefore, the first results of the treatment may be noticed in 2-3 weeks after the started treatment.
Indications for the use of Haridra:
- inflammatory and allergic diseases of the respiratory system, ENT organs (sore throat, laryngitis, pharyngitis, bronchitis, sinusitis, bronchial asthma, allergic rhinitis, etc.)
- inflammatory and traumatic skin lesions (bruises, cuts, abrasions and wounds, furunculosis, eczema, allergic dermatitis)
- complex therapy of anemia
- dyspeptic disorders (heaviness in the stomach, nausea, increased formation of gases, diarrhea, etc.)
- inflammatory diseases of the mucous membrane of the stomach and intestines (gastritis and colitis, peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum)
- inflammatory and traumatic injuries of connective tissue (arthritis, sprains and bruises)
In what dose is Haridra used?
Haridra is produced in capsules for the oral use. Every capsule contains 250 mg of turmeric powder. The capsules of Haridra may be entirely swallowed and taken with water. Do not mix the content of the capsule with food, do not chew or break it.
One capsule of Haridra is used 2 times per day for the preventive/improving purposes. In case of the chronic/acute diseases, it is necessary to take 2-3 capsules of Haridra 2 times per day. Haridra should be used before eating. Do not take the capsules with grapefruit juice or milk.
The treatment is continued within a long time. On the average, an improving course of the treatment with Haridra takes 3 months. The maximal length of the continuous use of Haridra is 10 months.
- Haridra is not a medicine, so consult a doctor before treating a disease
- If you had an allergy to turmeric or any ingredients in the capsules of Haridra, do not take the product
- If you became pregnant during the use of Haridra, stop taking the capsules. Consult a physician and if s/he allows taking Haridra, restore the treatment
- The use of Haridra is contraindicated during the breast-feeding
Possible side effects
In general, Haridra is well tolerated and does not cause side effects. It contains just vegetable ingredients which are safe and approved for the use in the ayurvedic practice.
But in rare cases, the use of Haridra may cause the appearance of acne (due to the excretion of toxins), light dizziness, or sleepiness. These side effects pass within 1-2 weeks after the started use of Haridra.
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