What is Natural Henna?
India is well known throughout world for its herbal wealth and moreover India is the birth place of Ayurveda (system of herbal medicine). The potential of Indian herbs can be gauged from the fact that India is the highest producer of medicinal herbs in the world only second to China . It is no denying the fact that Indian herbs are the most sought after herbs in the world due to their organic quality, purity and lowest costs of cultivation. Himalayas in the north, Aravalis in the Southern and Central India are the greatest reserves of medicinal reserves in India. 'Henna' (Lawsonia inermis, syn. L. alba) is a flowering plant, the sole species in the genus Lawsonia in the family Lythraceae.
Nautral Henna is an excellent conditioner. Application of Henna invariably gives a reddish tinge to the hair colour. To avoid this, a special form of natural henna powder is formulated which conditions the hair and makes it soft, shiny and also adds volume. Hair treated with henna bounces with health. Natural henna is also used for placing on the tombs of dear ones at graves as a benediction. Henna is predominantly used, in many countries, for coloring Hairs and making body tattoos.
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