Henna Plant Medicine

Lawsonia Inermis, popularly known as Henna, is best known as temporary tattoos and beautifying and cosmetic agent for conditioning, moisturizing and strengthening the hair, nails and skin.

The Lawsone Molecule, the dying properties of inside the Henna leaves, comes from a chemical known as Lawsone which contains mannitol, tannic acid, mucilage, flavonoid, terpenoid, steroid, glycoside gallic acid and naphthoquinone.

Lawsonia Inermis plant is an astringent, antibacterial, antifungal, cosmetic, coagulant, anti-hemorrhagic, anti-neoplastic, cardio-inhibitory, hypotensive, UVA and UVB screening agent and also has sedative properties.

The below listed are supported by TOPICAL APPLICATION  and safe for to use at home, even by simply mixing with water. Internal applications are to only be administered by a professional of ayurveda.

  • Pain Relief for Muscle and Joint Pain (Rheumatic/Arthritic, Chronic pain, etc)
  • Eczema, Psoriasis, Alopecia
  • brings down Fevers in children and adults alike
  • Inflammation, Bruising, Sprains, Blisters, Burns
  • Dryness Patches, Rashes

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  • Athlete’s foot/Fungal infections, Psoriasis, Ringworm
  • Protection against viral and bacterial infections, Eczema
  • Stress Therapy, Anxiety, Anxiousness, PTSD
  • Insomnia and Depression
  • Dandruff, Lice, Scabies
  • Skin and Hair Moisturizer and Rejuvenator
  • Chemo and Radiation Therapy
  • Women’s Health

Professional application is used to support:

  • Dysentery
  • Liver Diseases
  • Throat Infections
  • Diabetes
  • Hypothyroidism/Hyperthyroidism
  • Cancer Research
  • Leprosy
  • Eye Infections

To further your research please view the articles linked below.  Please share this information with your Doctor and Health care providers as well as other you feel my benefit.

Australian Medical Journal

Annals of Clinical Microbiology and AntiMicrobals (ACMA)

Pharmatutor – A Pharmacy Infopedia

Science and Education Publishing – From Science Research to Knowledge

Oman Medical Journal 

MedWell Online – Research Journal of Biological Sciences

American Medical Journal of clinical and experimental Medicine

WebMD

US National Library of Medicine – National Institute of Health – ChemoPrevention of Skin Cancer

The International Journal of Clinical Practice

Journal of Ethnopharmacology – Antiparasitic Activities of plants on the Ivory Coast

3 thoughts on “Henna Plant Medicine

  1. Pingback: Henna; the Merciful Herb for Cancer Relief and Prevention | The Henna Fairy

  2. sweet pooja, it was a real treat to have met you at the art fair. this article was interesting for me as i never knew that henna could be helpful with exczema. good to know. so enjoyed our conversation, i hope we will meet again soon. would you be interested in harvesting (having the harvest) of a large quantity of globe mallow? it is everywhere here. it has a range of uses i am sure you know of. trying to figure a way to get you to visit chimayo one day. be well. melissa haid

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