Erbe mediche in ayurveda: la famosa Curcuma!

Sanskrit: Haridrá, Gauri
Hindi: Haldi
English: Turmeric
Latin: Curcuma longa Linn.
Part Used: Rhizome, tubers
Habitat: Throughout India
Energetics: Bitter, astringent, pungent- hot-pungent
K- (VP+ in excess)
Tissues: All
Systems: Circulatory,  digestive, respiratory, urinary
Action: Alterative, anthelmintic, antibacterial/ antibiotic, aromatic, carminative, stimulant tonic, vulnerary
Uses: Amenorrhea, anemia, arthritis, blood purifier, blood tissue formation, circulation, cooking spice, cough, diabetes, worms, jaundice, eye problems, fevers, gas, hemorrhoids, edema, indigestion, ligament stretching, metabolism regulator; mucus relief, and hysteria (from inhaling fumes); pharyngitis, protein digesting, skin disorders, abscess, urinary diseases, wound and bruise healer; a natural antibiotic which also improves intestinal flora; inflammatory bowel syndrome (e.g., ulcerative colitis), Crohn’s Disease, chronic hepatitis, chronic bronchial asthma, psoriasis, all inflammatory conditions.
External acne, insect bites, sore eyes, with honey or aloe gel for bruises or sprains.
Spiritual Uses: Gives one the Divine Goddess’s energy and prosperity; chakra and subtle body cleanser; limbers for yoga ásana practice
Precautions: Do not use if pregnant, with excess
Pitta, with acute jaundice or hepatitis.
Preparation: Infusion, decoction, milk decoction, powder, external paste (with sandalwood)

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