Thanks - I really appreciate this info. Thing with the RanisWorldFoods site is: looks like at least some of their henna products aren't pure. I don't even see ingredients listed (including percentage of lawsone). They're selling "black henna" too (no such thing - that's code for henna adulterated by chemicals like PPD, which can react to future hair processes with volatility, literally melting the hair. I'm not sure I trust ebay either when it comes to henna. I'm sure you're right about some good deals on henna there. It's just too easy for an independent seller to say it's pure henna without it really being pure henna IMO.

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