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Lawsonia inermis HENNA (20 seeds)

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20 seeds of HENNA TREE (Lawsonia inermis)

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This product will be available 01/01/2018, find it on the partner website lagrainetiere.
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Henna or Lawsonia inermis is a thorny shrub of the family Lythraceae.
It is a small shrub 1 to 2 meters high from Iran.
Its flowers are white then red.
The fruits are red.
Henna seeds are black look like those of bala or lambsquarters.

Its leaves produce hues such as red and yellow used in textile and body dyeing.
Other plants are also used in natural dyeing such as achiotejapanese indigo or pomegranate.

It extracts from its small flowers a very appreciated perfume.
Henna from Lawsonia inermis comes from the Maghreb.
The term also refers to this dye whose use is very old since we find the trace on the Egyptian mummies.

Mainly used by women, henna helps nurture beliefs, through this practice they can overcome problems in the home and life in general.
It would be a sign of good fortune and protect bad luck.

In cosmetics and aesthetics, henna beautifies, cleans and purifies the skin.
It can also be applied to hair to dye, feet and hands.
In Morocco, Henna is part of the arsenal of female seduction.

According to laboratory analyzes, it has anti-fungal and astringent properties.

Sowing seeds of Henna:
Start by soaking your henna seeds for 24 hours in warm water.
Then sow the seeds in a pot of potting soil and fine sand then cover them with 1 to 3 mm of potting soil.
Spray water over and let your Lawsonia inermis seeds germinate in a warm place with a temperature around 25 to 30 ° C.
Sowing of henna seeds usually rises after 2 to 3 weeks.

- Plant used in the manufacture of Henna.
- Beautiful bloom in summer.
- Easy culture, full sun.

do not consume without medical advice.
Ethnobotanical plant of Africa to grow.

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Lawsonia inermis HENNA (20 seeds)

Lawsonia inermis HENNA (20 seeds)

20 seeds of HENNA TREE (Lawsonia inermis)

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