Organic Henna (Lawsonia inermis) is one of the most well-known botanicals on earth, yet it is also quite possibly the most underutilized for it has many healing properties. The art of henna has become increasingly popular in Western culture during the last few decades; being used primarily as a natural hair dye or a trendy ornamental form of hand and foot art. Henna or Mehndi is an evergreen plant. Henna oil, bark and seeds are used most commonly for their medicinal benefits and the high concentration of chemicals and nutrients in the plant gives it anti-inflammatory, hypotensive, antibacterial, astringent, and antiviral effects. The Henna plant is harvested between October to November each year.