We are wholesale suppliers and exporters of :-
, Henna Powder
Leaf Powder, Henna Flower, Henna Seeds, Colourless Henna, Henna Natural Oil
A glabours much-branched deciduous shrub with 4-gonous lateral branches
often ending in spines; leaves simple, opposite, entire, laceolate, petioles
very short or absent; flowers white, or
fragrant, in large terminal pyramidal panicled cymes,stamens 8, in 4 pair
inserted on the calyx tube; fruits globose capsules, tipped with the style
and supported by the persistent calyx, seeds numerous, smooth, pyramidal.
Henna contains 25-33% water soluble matter; aqueous solutions are orange in
color and show a green fluorescence. The principal coloring mater is
lawsone, 2-hydroxy-I; 4-naphtaquinone which is present in dried leaves in a
concentration of I-O-I-4%, behenic, arachidic, stearic, plamitric, oleic.
Henna is cooling and specific for devitalized, fragile, fine hair. This
ancient plant has a wonderful conditioning and smoothing effect on the hair.
This is an excellent hair conditioner and tonic. The leaves of the plant are
astringent and used as a prophylactic against skin diseases. Largely used as
a hair dye when mixed with other natural dyes. It is dried and crushed into
a fine powder that is then mixed with oils and natural ingredients and
applied to the skin. The paste dries and flakes off, leaving a beautiful
stain of the design of your choice in your skin that lasts a week and a half
of longer depending on skin type and after care. It is harmless to body
system and causes no irritation to skin.
Henna is the only natural hair color with an FDA monograph for safe and
effective use as a natural hair color. We use NO p-Phenylenediamine (PPD),
No Ammonia, No Peroxide, No Chemicals whatsoever and each batch of premium
grade henna is tested to ensure that it has no contaminants such as heavy
metals or pesticides.
The roots are bitter, refrigerant, depurative, diuretic, emmenagogue,
abortifacient and trichogenous, and are useful in burning sensation,
dispsia, leprosy, skin disease, strangury amenorrhoea, dysmenorrhoea, and
premature graying of hair. The leaves are bitter, astringent, acrid,
refrigerant vulnerary, liver tonic, haematinic, styptic febriguge and
trichogenous. They are useful in wounds, ulcers strangury cough, bronchitis,
vitiated conditions of kapha and pitta, burning sensation, cephalalgia,
hemicrania, lumbago, rhematalgia, inflammations, diarrhoea, dysentery,
leprosy, leucoderma, fever, ophthalmia, amenorrhoea, dymenorrhoea, falling
of hair, greyness of hair and jaundice. The flowers are intellect promoting,
cardiotonic, refrigerant, soporific, febrifuge and tonic. They are useful in
cephalalgia, burning sensation, sardiopathy, amentia, insomnia, and fever.
- For an herbal hair bleach blend henna with orange, lemon and
juice and apply to hair. Always make sure the pH is adjusted to