Home Remedies of HennaTake Henna leaf boiled with mustard oil and apply it to the hair for promoting hair growth.
The bark of Henna is used to treat the symptoms of jaundice and enlargement of the liver.
Henna oil is used to apply on the skin to treat eczema, scabies, fungal infections and burns.
To treat burning feet, take fresh leaves of Henna mix with vinegar is bandaged onto the soles for relief.
To cure headache caused by heat of the sun, make paste with Henna flowers and vinegar and apply it on the forehead.
Henna leaves are used for the treatment of prickly heat, ground leaves of Henna with water and apply over the effected area.
To treat baldness, boil 250 grams of mustard oil in a pan and 50 to 60 grams of Henna leaves and heat it.Then filter the oil and
massage it regularly on the bald head.
To treat liver disorders, consume 30 to 50 grams of decocotion of Henna or take 1 to 5 decigrams of Henna in the form of powder.
Take the powder of Henna and mix it with ghee and roll them into small balls and consume it with water. It is a best treatment for dysentery.
To reduce rheumatic and arthritic pains, ground Henna leaves and apply to the sore flints.
The oil of Henna is applied to hair to prevent from graying.
For strong hair, take 250 grams of coconut oil and add handful of henna leaves and boil it. Then cool it and store in an airtight container for applying to hair regularly.
Take 2 to 3 tablespoon of neutral, uncoloured Henna powder and mix it with 4 to 5 ounces of apple cider vinegar warmed.
This serves as an antiseptic, bactericide and fungicide.
In case of scalp treatment take 60 to 95 ml of Henna, jojoba, calendula and carrot seed oil. Mix well and apply it to the hair.
Take 1/2 cup of boiled spring and 1/2 teaspoon of uncolored neutral Henna powder and make as a paste. Apply to the nails which acts as an effective nail conditioner.