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Henna is Lawsonia Inermis, family Lythraceae
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For more information on cultivating and using fresh henna, see:
Henna in the Bible
Commercial Henna Growing
Germinating Henna Seeds
Growing Henna in the House
Henna Farming in India
Henna Farming in Pakistan
Milling Henna Leaves
Use Fresh Henna Leaves
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*"Henna, the Joyous Body Art"
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