A perfect answer to the question about the use of henna and Islam’s views about it. It also has a lot of health benefits. But is it allowed in Islam ? All of these questions are being answered below;
Before getting into the details, let me give you the answer to your query.
Henna is allowed in Islam
Yes! It is allowed in Islam. According to a Post, which has cited some hadiths as well as given authentication from the verses of Islam.
- Only Tattoos are Haram in Islam because they are permanent.
- It is a temporary thing, which fades away after few weeks or days. Unlike the other tattoos which stick to your body until you have them removed.
- Our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) used to dye his hair.
- In Islam, It is not considered as a Tattoo.
- A woman can dye her hair, hands, and feet by the use of henna.
- There is no harm in using it. Moreover, it is permissible in Islam too.
Health Benefits of Henna:
- It can be used as a contioner to your hair.
- It also plays an important part in balancing natural acid-alkaline in your hair.
- It also prevents your hair to turn grey.
- It reduces headaches.
- It also treats dandruff.
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