|Botanical Name||Lawsonia Inermis|
|Other Names||Henna, Heena, Mehandi, Lawsonia Alba, Green Henna, Red Henna, Mendi, Mehdi, Al-Henne, Henne|
|Features||Henna can be used in the formulation of medicines for severe amoebic dysentery, cancer, enlarged spleen, headache, jaundice, skin conditions, stomach and intestinal ulcers, hair colorant, hair care products, mehendi purpose|
|Packaging||1000 g, Customized packaging is also available|
|Shipping Charges||Calculated at checkout|
|Product Appearance||The image in the display is for illustration purpose. The packaging, color and appearance of the product may be different batch to batch.|
|Disclaimer||For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.|
Historically, henna has been used for severe¬†diarrhea¬†caused by a parasite (amoebic dysentery),¬†cancer,¬†enlarged spleen,¬†headache,¬†jaundice¬†and¬†as a skin¬†conditioner. These days, henna may be used for¬†stomach¬†and intestinal ulcers.¬†Henna is sometimes applied directly to the affected area for¬†dandruff,¬†eczema, scabies, fungal infections and wounds. Henna may also be used in¬†cosmetics,¬†hair¬†dyes, hair¬†care products and as a dye for nails, hands and clothing. Henna may be used on the skin as temporary tattoos.