I have a brand that has the Harvest date on


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Posted by Amy :-) on August 31, 2002 at 13:20:15:

In reply to: As a consumer... posted by Natasha Papousek on August 28, 2002 at 18:20:43:

i just started carrying a henna from india and it has the date of
harvest on it. its Raachhi henna from Ambica. I only have a small
supply since i was just testing it out. the stain is very good , but
i was in a hurry so i just used a stencil so i dont know yet if it
needs to be sifted( no apparent twigs or leaf piececs). its not on
our web page so you have to ask for it by email or calling in.




: I am interested in a reliable stain as well a fine texture. I
have a
: Fred, but I'd rather not use it. However, reliability is most
: important. I have wasted money on henna that didn't stain...it's
not
: just money, it was a waste of time...and once of my client's time
and
: money...
:
: Jamila is currently my workhorse powder. It's always proved to be
: both beautifully textured and a reliable stainer. But sometimes
: Jamila isn't in stock. I'd love to be able to have a a back-up or
: two...and info on both grit level and reliable staining would be
very
: helpful.
:
: Not sure how to do a rigorous reliability test -- but would like
to
: see one that uses several samples of the same brand over
: time...different crops, different ages, etc.
:
: Also, a harvest date on the package would helpful. I probably
should
: put dates on my henna bags...since sometimes I find a bag at the
back
: of the freezer and have no clue how fresh it is...

 


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