Dried Organic Henna
450gr - 1lb
Henna also known as Mehndi, is a dye prepared from the plant Lawsonia inermis known as hina. The leaf is used to make medicine. Used for temporary body art on the skin, beauty and personal care. Also used for severe diarrhea, cancer, enlarged spleen, headache, jaundice and skin conditions.
Each pack contains 450 gr (1lb ) Dried Organic Henna.
Henna can also be used for stomach and intestinal ulcers. Henna is applied for dandruff, eczema, wounds and fungal infections.
Instructions and how to use
Gives a cooling effect when applied on the skin and gives red color to it. Apply on skin, when it dries completely, the skin or hair is washed with water to reveal the dyed color. Asian brides are not complete until they have applied Henna on their hands and feet. Do not apply Henna after waxing a desired area. Wait a day or two, as skin pores will be opened and Henna contains some chemical. This situation may cause damage or irritation on your skin. Henna gives different color on different skins. On palms it is darkest, near to black sometimes. On the other side of hands, color is much lighter and on arms it gets lighter. Color comes best after one or two days. You notice the difference of color everyday, first it goes darker, then after a few days, it goes lighter and finally gone!
You apply Henna from a cone, where the liquid is placed in it. Apply it with a pin from the cone and do not squeeze cone at the beginning. Place pin in cone when you have done working. Tip of pin has to be clean for better work of art.
Safe when used on the skin, but can cause inflammation of the skin (dermatitis), redness, itching, blisters, broken skin and scarring of the skin. Rarely allergic reactions can occur such as hives, runny nose, wheezing and asthma. Unsafe to take by mouth, causes upset stomach. If you are allergic to henna, avoid contact.
Unsafe for children to use on the skin, especially infants.
Pregnancy and breast feeding
Unsafe to take by mouth when pregnant. Evidence exists of miscarriage during this time. Unsafe to take henna if you are breast feeding.
Lithium interacts with henna. Be cautious with this combination.
The dose depends on user's age and health. Follow directions on product labels and consult your physician.
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