Henna : a history of culture

The ritual of henna has immense significant in Moroccan culture. It is always associated with celebration ; weding , birth, festivals, and so. For weding , a night before the weding named "lilt lhenna" is celebrated where female family and friends gather to aply henna designs and sing traditional songs until mednight. In addition of using it as a beauty product , it is also used in traditional medicine. For its cultivation, In Morocco, its primarily thrives in the eastern desert, along the Tafilalt -Draa Valley, Tata and Zagora. It is planted mainly in November and March, as it requires hot weather and regular watering but cannot survive temperatures below 5 degrees Centigrade.