The henna plant is one of the plants known since ancient times, as the ancient Egyptians knew it thousands of years ago, and many Arab scholars like Ibn Sina cared about it, and its original habitat was not yet known, and it is likely that it is one of the plants of the Arabian Peninsula, and from it it spread to most countries of the world. It is now grown in many countries of the world, because of its many benefits in the industrial, aesthetic, medical and commercial fields
Henna is grown in clay and sandy lands, either by seed or cuttings, and high temperature and high air humidity are required to complete its growth, so it can be cultivated in many parts of the world.
The henna bush, like many other shrubs, consists of a root, stem, leaves, flowers and fruits, and its average height reaches about five meters. Its varieties include municipal, Shami, Baghdadi, and thorny henna. The best and richest in colored materials is municipal henna.
Knead an amount of henna (enough to cover the hands and feet) with warm water + two drops of mahlabia oil (from the apothecary or from the oil perfume shops) and cover the dough and leave until fermentation for a period of not less than two hours and sometimes up to 8 hours (from evening to morning )
The dough is placed on the hands and feet, then the hands are closed and left for two or three hours until it dries completely.
Wash hands with water and dry.
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