The best natural hair or body tattoo coloring agent
Color therapy is rooted in Ayurveda, an ancient form of medicine practiced in India. Ayurveda is based on the idea that every individual contains the five basic elements of the universe: earth, water, air, fire, and ether (space). Ayurvedic medicine uses the energies inherent in the colors of the spectrum to restore this balance.
Henna Powder, Grade A Premium, organic
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Availability date: 11/28/2012
|Botanical Name||Lawsonia inermis|
Using natural henna to color and condition the hair requires patience and a slight learning curve. There are things that henna loves, needs and wants.
· Henna loves an acidic environment for optimal dye release.
· Henna loves a warm and humid environment for optimal dye release.
· Henna loves to take her time to release her dye and must be given the required time to do so.
· Henna loves a warm and humid environment to color the hair optimally.
· Henna loves to take her time when coloring the hair and must be given the required time to do so.
· Henna loves a long lingering rinse in order to be removed from the hair and scalp thoroughly.
· Henna loves skin and textiles and will happily stain your skin and clothing unless you wear gloves, old or protective clothing and cover your rugs and shower curtains.
Henna is a flowering plant used since antiquity to dye skin, hair, fingernails, leather and wool. The name is also used for dye preparations derived from the plant, and for the art of temporary tattooing based on those dyes.
The earliest records of henna use come from Egypt. Mummified bodies have been found with what appears to be henna–dyed hair and hennaed fingers.
Boil henna leaves in mustard oil, and massage this oil regularly for healthy growth of hair. Prepare mixture of dry Henna, water and lemon juice. Apply this paste on hair and wash after 1 hour, hair will become shiny.
The application of henna to the body is neither painful nor poisonous. Henna is used for temporary tattooing. The skin absorbs and reacts with the henna powder, causing the skin to be stained for a period of up to four weeks.
Henna is permanent on fabric or wood.
Note: These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration, and this product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. We at eSutras do not recommend internal use of supplements or herbs without prior consultation with your doctor or herbalist.
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