Henna 4 Health

Henna has been used for thousands of years as a hair treatment and conditioner.

Henna should be a part of all first aid kits in homes, schools, and businesses.

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Henna 4 Health

Where art, beauty, and health meet for our common good, we find this wonderful all natural plant powder. This could be the reason it has been used for thousands of years in many different cultures and in many different ways...

Some of the most important health benefits of henna include its ability to relieve headaches, detoxify the body, improve nails, protect the skin, boost hair health, cool the body, reduce inflammation, and speed healing. The high concentration of natural chemicals and nutrients in the plant gives it anti-inflammatory, antifungal, hypotensive, antibacterial, astringent, cauterizing, and antiviral effects, among many others. While henna as an herbal treatment has been widely accepted in the west, it has been used in Eastern cultures for thousands of years, and its popularity is beginning to spread.

The art of henna has been practiced for over  5000 years in Pakistan, India, Africa, and the  Middle East. There is some documentation that it is over 9000 years old.  Because henna has natural cooling properties, people of the desert, for centuries, have been using henna to cool down their bodies.  They make a paste of henna and soak their palms and soles of the feet in it to get an air conditioning effect.  They feel its cooling sensation throughout the body for as long as the henna stain remains on their skin.  Initially, as the stain faded away, it left patterns on the skin surface which led to ideas to make designs for decorative purposes.  In the ancient Egyptian times' mummies wore henna designs and it is documented that Cleopatra herself used henna for decorative purposes. Henna was not only a popular adornment for the rich but the poor, who could not afford jewelry, used it to decorate their bodies as well.

The henna plant contains lawsone which is a reddish-orange dye that binds to the keratin (a protein) in our hair, skin, and nails, which safely leaves its stain. 

Today people all over the world have adopted the ancient traditions of adorning their bodies with the beautiful natural artwork created from the henna plant.  It became a very popular form of temporary body decoration in the '90s in the US and has become a growing trend ever since.  Celebrities like Madonna, Gwen Stefani, Yasmine Bleeth, Liv Tyler, Xena, and many others proudly adorn their bodies with henna and show them off in public, movies, videos, etc. People throughout the west have adopted the eastern tradition in their lives by having their hands and feet painted for weddings, bellies painted while in pregnancy, heads adorned with henna while going through chemotherapy, scars camouflaged to make them unnoticeable, etc..

There are also so many benefits for using the henna plant as a hair and scalp treatment:

 Henna is a great conditioner for your hair. It adds shine and volume to it, and also protects the hair strands by building a protective layer, locking in the nutrients and moisture.

 Henna helps maintain the natural acid-alkaline balance on your scalp and cleanses it of dirt without altering the natural balance unlike chemical-based products.n.

 It promotes hair growth, reduces hair fall, dandruff and other scalp problems. You can even use it for coloring your hair as it does not have any side effects and gives a deep color with a reddish tinge. 

 Apply henna treatments twice a month to make hair healthy, glossy and voluminous. It helps bring back the lost health of your hair and repairs damaged locks.

 Henna is also used to protect hair from pollution in the environment, sun, and dirt.

People often forget about maintaining healthy nails, but the cuticles and space under the nails are prime locations for infection and bacterial presence; therefore, treating your nails with henna is a wise choice. Applying the paste directly to the nail beds can clear up irritation, pain, and infection in the nail beds. For normal healthy nails it improves nail quality because of the henna binding to the keratin in your nails, which strengthens them and prevents breaking. The color that is left on the nails is also a nice benefit since unlike polishes it does not chip or crack, so unless you have it redone regularly it just simply grows out and fades slightly.

Henna should also be kept in the freezer as a first aid remedy. It has the ability to cauterize and coagulate blood for any major injuries. It can also be used to treat sunburns in place of aloe gel  because of its lasting cooling effects. It can be used to treat posterior nose bleeds at home by simply snorting some of the powder. It can also be used to treat athlete's foot, acne, jock itch, diabetic foot conditions, gangrene, psoriasis, stubborn warts, herpes, lice, and you can find many more medicinal uses if you look.

Henna can also be applied to leathers, silks, cottons and any other pure fabrics. People have applied it to lamp shades, candles, jewellery boxes, mirrors, leather shoes/boots, invitation cards, silk scarves, cotton shirts and underwear, drums, etc.