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'''Henna''' is a flowering plant which has been used by [[human]]s since ancient times to dye skin, hair, and fabrics.<ref name="wikipedia">"[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henna Henna]" on Wikipedia</ref> The term "henna" is also used to refer to dyes derived from the plant.<ref name="wikipedia" />
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'''Henna''' is a flowering plant which has been used by [[human]]s since ancient times to dye skin, hair, and fabrics.<ref name="wikipedia">"[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henna Henna]" on Wikipedia</ref> The term is also used to refer to dyes derived from the plant.<ref name="wikipedia" />
   
 
In August [[1995]], the ''[[Daily Prophet]]'' reported that the "[[Ginger Witch]]" was caught in a henna explosion, which she survived.<ref>''[[Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (film)]]'' {{see image|File:DailyProphetDaftorDangerous.jpg}}</ref> The [[1996|following year]], the ''[[Quibbler]]'' reported that the same witch was arrested in [[Caxambu]], [[Brazil]] with fake henna.<ref>See [[:File:Ginger_witch_(Quibbler_1996_report).JPG|this image]].</ref> The ''Quibbler'' later reported that this scandal lead to her being sent to [[Azkaban]].<ref>See [[:File:Quibblerprop1.jpg|this image]].</ref>
 
In August [[1995]], the ''[[Daily Prophet]]'' reported that the "[[Ginger Witch]]" was caught in a henna explosion, which she survived.<ref>''[[Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (film)]]'' {{see image|File:DailyProphetDaftorDangerous.jpg}}</ref> The [[1996|following year]], the ''[[Quibbler]]'' reported that the same witch was arrested in [[Caxambu]], [[Brazil]] with fake henna.<ref>See [[:File:Ginger_witch_(Quibbler_1996_report).JPG|this image]].</ref> The ''Quibbler'' later reported that this scandal lead to her being sent to [[Azkaban]].<ref>See [[:File:Quibblerprop1.jpg|this image]].</ref>

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Henna is a flowering plant which has been used by humans since ancient times to dye skin, hair, and fabrics.[1] The term is also used to refer to dyes derived from the plant.[1]

In August 1995, the Daily Prophet reported that the "Ginger Witch" was caught in a henna explosion, which she survived.[2] The following year, the Quibbler reported that the same witch was arrested in Caxambu, Brazil with fake henna.[3] The Quibbler later reported that this scandal lead to her being sent to Azkaban.[4]

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