I've had the Haldi drinks before but I didn't really like the taste and the drinks were kind of expensive. Curcumin is supposed to be a good anti-inflammatory, so it shouldn't make things worse. If you don't want to drink Haldi but still want some curcumin, you can always the buy the actual powder and add it into your food (especially if you're making South Asian or Middle Eastern dishes) or just buy curcumin/turmeric capsules or tablets.
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