Henna is one of the most beneficial medicinal plants which have been saving people from various diseases and artificial methods of treatment for ages. The barks, as well as seeds of this plant, are used to prepare medicines through Ayurvedic and Unaniprocedures. Although the antioxidant capacity of henna has not been widely studied, the oil has been proven to be an astringent, which has led some people to use henna juice and oil on the skin to reduce the signs of aging and wrinkles, as well as the unsightly appearance of scars and other blemishes. Henna has been applied to burns, wounds, and scrapes for generations, not only because it can add a protective layer against foreign pathogens and substances, but also because it has natural cooling abilities that literally suck the heat from the skin. This makes it very useful for sunburns, in a similar capacity as aloe gel. Henna oil is used topically for arthritic and rheumatic pains. By soaking the bark or leaves of the henna plant in water and then consuming the consequent liquid has been connected to improved spleen and liver health. The liver is a crucial level of protection for the body, and helps to eliminate the toxins that accrue in the body.

Botanical Name

Lawsonia inermis

Application Result

Conditioning, Anti-alopecia, Skin restructuring

Applicable Dosage