Mehendi’s cooling effect

Mehendi , Henna or Lawsonia Inermis( Botanical name) whatever you call it , is a powerful medicinal herb. Mehendi has been making trends globally with lot of female celebrities using mehendi designs as their clothing outfit and in India, mehendi marks the feel of festivity whether it’s wedding or Karvachaith. A blend of modernity with traditional benefits is exactly what it depicts. Let’s have a look at it’s benefits:

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– Mehendi lends Colors to grey hair and enhances the beauty of hands and feet when applied with grace.

– Weddings are stressful, and often, the stress causes headaches and fevers. As the wedding day approaches, the excitement mixed with nervous anticipation can take its toll on the bride and groom. Application of mehndi can prevent too much stress because it cools the body and keeps the nerves from becoming tense. This is the reason why mehndi is applied on the hands and feet, which house nerve endings in the body.

-Leaves, bark and flowers of henna are consumed equally because of their benefits.

-Mehendi also bless us with strong guns as when it’s leaves are chewed they strengthen our gums.

– Mehendi also act as powerful detoxifier as it strengthen the liver when it’s leaves are soaked in water and consumed sip by sip.

– Mehendi also enhance healthy hair and its strengthen the root and provides shine to the hair.

Author: Geetanjali

Creativity is my core skill, be that vision to see the world or to work towards something aesthetically, creativity exists in everything. I am an academician by profession and the creative person at heart. I am a poet and got my poems published by Chandigarh Sahitya Akademi inKavya Lehri and Kavyanjali. A writer who loves writing and has written for numerous magazines and newspapers. A Blogger who runs her own blog. An artist who works towards improving her skills every now and then. A traveller who knows learning is much more outside the classroom. As a leaner is never satisfied with his/ her work, I believe to utilize the gift of human birth to the fullest and enjoy the journey than attaining the destination.

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