Benefits of Henna
Since ancient times, Mehndi (Mehndi) is used throughout India, on auspicious occasions such as weddings, festivals and other ceremonies. Mehndi is considered a blessing in India, so both the bride and groom are being groomed with henna on wedding occasions. The advantages of henna are not limited to tattooing. It is also used in traditional medicines. Different parts of this plant are beneficial in the treatment of headache, leprosy and other skin problems.
Mehndi leaves are also used to treat baldness. Heat 100 grams mustard oil with 25 grams of Mehndi leaves. Stress the leaves with the help of a cloth and collect oil in a clean container. Use this oil to massage your scalp regularly.
Mix Mehndi Powder with some water and paste it on your hair. Let it dry for 2-3 hours. Then wash with hot water. After your hair gets dry, apply oil and leave it overnight. The next day, wash your hair using shampoo. This is a natural way to color your hair. Plus, it makes your hair shine.
The oil extracted from henna leaves is also used to remove the pain of arthritis. Apply rosemary paste to calm the rheumatic wounds.
The rosemary plant bark is used for the treatment of dysentery. Take the seeds as powders, mix them with ghee and make small balls and take it with water.
If you are disturbed by boils or burning, all you have to do is make a paste of henna on the affected parts, let it dry for a few minutes and wash it with water. Do this for a few days. Ayurvedic system uses henna leaves for inflammatory inflammation, injury, leprosy and vitiligo treatment. Rosemary seeds are very effective to cure the fever. Its natural elements enter deep into the roots of the hair and nourish them. It also fights against Russian.