Henna Uses

Henna Uses

Henna Uses

During the nose bleeding apply henna powder, it stop the bleeding because it sticks the bleed area and healed. In most cases only one application is sufficient. Henna can be used safely to stop bleeding from any other part of the body with the same effect. Use it in powder form for this purpose.

Medicinal Uses
When Henna is applied to the skin, its active elements provide cooling and astringent action along with protection against many surface fungi and bacteria. Henna can help to lower body temperature to soothe headaches, fevers, burning feet,and even hysteria or a violent temper.
Following are the most common medicinal uses of Henna.
Headache Remedy
Lawsome may be the ingredient in henna that serves as an antiseptic, bactericide, and fungicide. This remedy will not stain the skin.

MEHENDI PROPERTIES
In many eastern parts, henna is thought to hold special medicinal properties. It is used to help heal skin diseases, prevent thinning hair, and cool the skin to reduce swelling in warm climates. It is made into a beverage to heal headaches and stomach pain. Newly purchased homes in Morocco often have their doors painted with henna to wish for prosperity.Henna is used as a protection against the “evil eye”. The foreheads of bulls, milk cows, and horses are sometimes decorated with henna for their protection.
Mehendi flowers produce perfume.This has chemical properties which characterize tannins. It has been used both internally and locally to treat conditions including leprosy, smallpox, cancer of the colon, headaches and blood loss – especially during childbirth. It can be used for skin conditions such as eczema. The plant can also treat muscle contraction and fungal and bacterial infections.