The word “henna” is understood by people around the world in many different ways. The majority of people probably associate henna with the dark-red/brown dye for hair and skin that is traditionally used in Eastern cultures, but the name also applies to the flowering plant from which that dye is derived. Henna can be used in a wide variety of ways, including its dye form, as well as in aqueous extracts, tinctures, and salves, composed of the bark, seeds, or leaves. This versatility makes henna a very valuable element in traditional medicines. Henna oil, bark, and seeds are the most common forms for medicinal benefits. Henna seeds/Tukhm-e-Hina (تخم حنا) also known as Lawsonia Inermis Linn.
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