Astro Tips: Turmeric is used the most in Indian households. Along with enhancing the taste of food, turmeric also has many miraculous properties. Sometimes there is a transaction of things among the neighbors around. But there are many things in this kitchen that should never be taken for granted. Lending will land you in many troubles. Let us know what are the disadvantages of lending.
According to astrology, salt is said to be the best. Salt is the basis of any food. Food cannot be imagined without it. If you lend salt after sunset, you will run into trouble. Doing this affects the financial condition of the house and gradually the situation starts deteriorating.
don’t lend turmeric
Turmeric is considered a very Ayurvedic element in Sanatan Dharma. If you lend turmeric then you may have to face job, business career, financial problems.
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don’t give milk for free
Milk is also an element that cannot be taken for granted. In astrology, it is said that milk is a symbol of the moon planet and the moon planet is called light on the earth when darkness sets in. Therefore, after sunset, we should not lend milk or things made from it to anyone even after forgetting. By doing this one has to face the wrath of the moon planet. Along with this, financial problems arise in the house.
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don’t lend onion garlic
When onion and garlic are tempered in a vegetable, its taste becomes different. Onion and garlic, which are rich in Ayurvedic properties, get rid of many diseases. It is believed that the planet Ketu has more influence on onion and garlic. Therefore, one should not give onion and garlic correction after sunset. If you do this, then Maa Annapurna becomes angry and the happiness and prosperity of the house is also destroyed.
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