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Health benefits of henna, origin, properties, composition and treatment methods:
Henna (scientifically known as lawsonia inermis) has been well known for a long time in the Muslim world. It is extensively grown in India and Sudan and is used mainly for cosmetic purposes. The plant is sometimes called the "Magic Plant" because it has a great healing effect. It contains many healing substances like tannine and other glue-like substances and it has an anti-microbial and an anti-viral effect. It is natural, inexpensive and has no known sides effects when taken orally. Helps in foot pain, treatment of wounds burns, ulcer of the mouth, stomatitis, hot swellings, smallpox and leprosy in early stages, jaundice, cracking of nails, pimples, blisters, skin pustules between the legs, vision, hair growth, increases youthfulness, augments sexual drive (aphrodisiac) and prevent moths in clothing. It is anti viral and anti hemorrhage.
Henna in paste or powdered form.
Apply henna paste or powdered form to 1st or 2nd degree burns reduce pain and fluid loss from the burn site has an anti-microbial effect and so reduces the risk of infection. It also sticks on the wound site until healing is complete.
Henna in paste or powdered form promotes wound healing especially chronic wounds and ulcers, apply locally.
Also see Honey, Honey+cinnamon, Garlic, Onion
One dose of henna is generally sufficient for nose bleeding (epistaxis) providing a long-lasting cure. Better than cauterization which may cause recurrence but the only side effect of henna here is that it can cause slight sneezing. Henna can be used at other sites like a bleeding duodenal ulcer or oesophagal varicose veins with no known side effects.
Treats warts and herpes simplex (applied as a powder it dries the vesicles at the site, prevents ulceration and crust formation and prevents secondary infection). It can also be used to treat AIDS.
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Add olive oil to henna to soften and condition, hot Hibiscus tea to enrich red tones, hot strong Black tea to bring out golden lights & drab down red-orange tones. Onion or Lemon juice works well with neutral henna to brighten and Apple cider vinegar will help fix color on gray hair.
Also see Hair Care for other excellent hair care recipes.
A paste made of the leaves, applied on the affected area, is soothing and gives relief.
Soak henna leaves in water and use as a gargle.
Taken From: http://www.bodymindrevival.com/henna.htm www.salafitalk.net
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