Play with colors … Naturally!

Eco-friendly Holi

We everyone know that chemical colors are harmful to our health.

Eco-friendly Holi

Eco-friendly Holi


Most Holi colors sold in the market are oxidized metals or industrial dyes mixed with engine oil and various harmful chemical materials.

For example:

Lead Oxide (Black): Risk factor: Renal failure, learning disability

Copper Sulphate (Green): Risk factor: Eye allergy, temporary blindness

Chromium Iodide (Purple): Risk factor: Bronchial asthma, allergies, etc

Mercury Sulphite (Red): Risk factor: Skin cancer, minamata

Have you ever wondered how to make the festival of colors(Holi) natural and healthy for our environment and ourselves? Did you know that Holi festival can be fun and harmless if you play with environment-friendly natural colors. These are not only cheap but can also be made easily at home.

For example:

Green dry color: Use mehendi / henna powder, separately or mix with equal quantity of any suitable flour to attain a lovely green shade.

Green wet color: Mix the paste of green leafy vegetables. Use few leaves of spinach (paalak), coriander (dhania), fenugreek (methi) or radish (mooli) in water to make green colored water.

So make an eco-friendly Holi and Save Our Green.

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