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OUR PRODUCTS - Henna Powder

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: We are delighted to offer you our 100% Pure, Natural and Fresh HENNA POWDER;that is hygienically prepared with the naturally/organically grown collected from some special geographical regions in Rajasthan that are well-known for cultivating best quality HENNA.This premium grade, finely-sifted fresh HENNA powder is prepared by precisely executed manufacturing processes, including cleaning, drying and pulverizing the raw herbs to get the finest quality product. We prepare our Herbal Products with special care so as to retain the basic medicinal properties of the herbs; so these are rich in principle medicinal essence,and are absolutely free from any artificial coloring/ flavoring/aroma agents, sterilizers, synthetic solvents, pesticides/ insecticides or any other chemical substances.Our HENNA POWDER is 100% Natural,Pure & Safe! Henna (Lawsonia inermis, also known as hina, the henna tree, the mignonette tree, and the Egyptian privet) is a flowering plant and the sole species of the Lawsonia genus. The English name "henna" comes from the Arabic 

The name henna also refers to the dye prepared from the plant and the art of temporary body art (staining) based on those dyes (see also mehndi). Henna has been used since antiquity to dye skin, hair and fingernails, as well as fabrics includingsilk, wool and leather. The name is used in other skin and hair dyes, such as black henna and neutral henna, neither of which is derived from the henna plant.[3][4]

Historically, henna was used for cosmetic purposes in Ancient India or Carthage, as well as other parts of North Africa, theHorn of Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, and South Asia. Bridal henna nights remain an important custom in many of these areas, particularly among traditional families.


MEDICINAL PROPERTIES: Astringent, antihemorrhagic, intestinal antineoplastic, cardio-inhibitory, hypotensive and sedative effects, antidiarrheal, antidysenteric, antifungal.

USES / APPLICATIONS: Roots are bitter, refrigerant, depurative, diuretic, emmenogogue and abortifacient. It is useful in burning sensation, dipsia, leprosy, skin diseases, amenorrhoea and dysmenorrhoea. It is also useful in premature graying of hair. Leaves are bitter, astringent, acrid, refrigerant, diuretic, expectorant, anti-inflammatory, constipating, febrifuge and liver tonic. It is useful in wounds, ulcers, burning sensations, inflammations, scabies, leprosy, leucoderma, boils, amenorrhoea, dysmenorrhoea, fever, ophthalmia, haemorrhages, splenopathy and strangury. Flowers are cardiotonic, refrigerant, febrifuge and tonic. it is useful in cephalagia, burning sensation, insomnia and fever. Leaves are useful in wounds ulcers strangury cough, bronchitis, dysentery etc. It lowers body temperature to soothe headaches, fevers and burning feet.

DIRECTION FOR USE: 3 to 5 powder of dried leaves. Henna contains compounds that stain the hair or skin a dark red or brown colour and this makes it a wonderful natural hair dye.

For black hair that has gone grey, use henna in combination with sesame (gingelly or til) oil and curry leaves. Boil some sesame oil, add a few curry leaves and keep this liquid in a tightly closed container. Anytime you want to colour your hair, add some henna into this extract and boil for a few minutes. Cool and apply to hair, wait for three to four hours and then wash your hair using shikakai.

Some people also use castor oil with henna instead of sesame oil and leave out the curry leaves. Just boil henna with castor oil in an iron pan and set aside until the oil takes on a black colour. Then apply it to your hair and leave on for three to four hours and wash with shikakai. Read here to know more on other uses of henna.

If you are looking for a burgundy shade, cut and grind a beetroot and mix this juice into henna to make a paste.

Those who like a more reddish-brown colour, can mix henna with some lemon juice and curd along with some tea decoction.

Henna alone gives a copper red colour and only indigo (neel) gives a blue colour; by combining henna with indigo in different proportions, you can get varying shades of brown. If you want a redder colour, keep henna levels high and if you like more brown, include more of indigo. Apart from colouring your hair, henna has other properties to make your hair strong and beautiful.