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Henné
Henné the Sahara Tazarine offers to you a perfect example of the secrecies of nature, the result of a magic plant by exellence. You use it in Hammam it softens your skin. Our product proves of a extréme effectiveness: it is anti-pellicular and heals the wounds. You use it aussez for the bronsage, it gives superb dyed to your skin.
a social tradition which dates from antiquity. The medicinal virtues of this marvellous plant are undeniable today. Form tattooing varied and transitory, the ritual of Henné is presented in the form of an at the same time aesthetic and medicinal phenomenon. Since antiquity, the women devote themselves to it in North Africa and India. They adopt it like means of fascination and embellishment. “This one represents a symbol of love, joy and happiness”.

 

 
 
 
 
 
Henné, the magic plant
Henné, (scientific name: Lawsonia Intermis), is a shrub of the family of Lythracées. It is a ramified plant, a mixture of simple sheets of green and white color to four petal, arranged in bouquets. Its seed is of black color, of the tonalities of very varied colors; one leaves the green jade, until the gray green, while passing by the green emerald. This plant reached, in the areas of the Moroccan Sahara, up to one meter height. The characteristic of Moroccan Henné is this intensity darker than the green of the olive-tree.
 
 
 
 
 
Henné during years
Henné is known in the Middle East especially in Turkey, Syria and in Kurdistan. Hebrew was the first used it like beauty product. The Egyptians, them also, in had recourse for momification. The hair of Ramsès was passed to Henné, 1.300 years ago before J. - C. to protect them from the risks from time and to keep their religious sacrality. In Rif Egyptian, Henné obeys a very secret code. Africa and the Maghreb discovered Henné and its virtues well afterwards. As everywhere else, Henné is an element capital in the funeral ceremonies. Its use is centered much more on the religious rites, the incantations of shamanism and ritual of black magic.
 
 
 
 
 
Incalculable Henné and its medicinal virtues
The sheets macerated in paste are used in local application for the colour and the treatment of the hair. They are antipelliculaires and heal the wounds. They also against are employed certain dermatoses. More rarely, they are used by internal ways for the gastric affections. In Morocco, the women and certain men often use it with the hammam to soften their skin. This product proves of an extreme effectiveness. One also uses it for bronzing, it gives superb dyed to the skin and today, it enters the compositions of the bronzing products to Brazil.
 
 
 
 
 
Henné is used to cure the ignitions due to the housework
It hardens the skin and protects it from the bacteria. Before the shampoo and the soap do not exist, Henné was used with the “Ghassoul” to clean and protect the hair. Today, even in the young people, Henné did not completely yield the place to the chemicals. It is noticed that our grandmothers have very beautiful hair and a soft skin, that we young people, do not manage them to have.
 
 
 
 
 
Henné at the time of the festivals
At the time of the festivals and during ceremonies, this magic plant occupies a place of joy: the reasons, illustrated thanks to a syringe with large needle, can, according to popular beliefs', at the same time to protect the woman and to confer the charm to him. The marriage day before, the woman must pass by an installation of Henné. “It is a promise of prosperity, of fertility and of agreement between the husbands” the men can decode the messages conveyed by the drawings of Henné. A woman, for example, who put of Henné in the Moroccan campaigns and even elsewhere, account on the smoothness of its husband who sees in this act a call to the love, an invitation with the pleasure and a promise of happiness.
 
 
 
 
 
Henné and fashion
To Morocco, tattooing in Henné passed from a traditional drawing to something of more modern by keeping the same erotic symbolic system. The fashion seized the symbolic system to extend it to several fields: The Song, Fashion, the Theatre… From now on, more and more of young people throughout the world tattoo themselves in Henné, allured by the beauty of its graphics and especially by its transitory side, because it is its major asset there. Tattooing in Henné takes again the reasons for the traditional tattooing, extremely painful which marks the body forever permanent trace but grows blurred at the end of 15 days, allowing tattooed to change drawings time as many as it wishes it.
 
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