Haridra Khanda Churna/Powder

€15.95
Note: Important Product Information Ayurveda has a very different approach as compared to western science. Our customers must note due to European laws and regulations, not all applications of our...
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Note: Important Product Information

Ayurveda has a very different approach as compared to western science. Our customers must note due to European laws and regulations, not all applications of our products may be listed on our website. Information about the health effects of products should be separated from the promotion of products. Also, many aspects of Ayurveda are based on principles and perspectives that fundamentally differ from western science.

About the Haridra Khanda

Haridra Khanda is a unique Ayurvedic herbal powder formula. Some of the herbs in Haridra Khanda Powder are as follows:


  • Turmeric:The use of turmeric used in Haridra Khanda dates back nearly 4000 years to the Vedic culture in India, where it was used as a culinary spice and had some religious significance.

  • Nishothspan: Nisoth, also known as Indian jalap, according to Ayurveda, is known as a medicinal herb in Eastern cultures. There are two varieties of the plant (black and white), and dried roots of the white variety are mostly used for Haridra Khanda.

  • Haritaki: Coined as the “king of herbs” by many ayurvedic experts, this fruit holds great significance in the holistic science of Ayurveda.

  • Daruhaldi: Barberry(Daruhaldi) or Tree Turmeric is a large thorny medicinal herb which is found in the Himalayan region at height of 2000-3000 meters, Nilgiri hills in south India, Srilanka, Bhutan, and hilly areas of Nepal.

  • Nagarmotha: Nagarmotha is commonly known as “Nut grass”.

  • Ajwain: Ajwain is derived from a plant that originated in India. Ajwain seeds vary from being slightly olive green to brown in colour. 

  • Ajmoda: Ajmoda used in Haridra Khanda in Sanskrit, means celery. Celery is a very popular Ayurvedic herb consisting of dried seeds. It has a pungent taste.

  • Chitrakmool: Chitrakmool is known with its Latin name Plumbago zeylanica. In Haridra Khanda, It helps to balance pitta dosha.
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