Using kitchen items for preparing Henna/Cassia/Amla/Buxon, etc.

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berrybleu
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Using kitchen items for preparing Henna/Cassia/Amla/Buxon, etc.
As long as you use pure herbs and/or reputable products without metallic salts, is it safe to use your regular food prep items for mixing up hair treatments?  

Even if most herbs are safe are there any in particular that are known not to be safe?

I wouldn't want to assume that just because something is "natural" that it is safe to ingest, even in trace amounts.  Is that something to be more concerned about with porous materials, like plastic?

If it is safe, has anyone here tried pureeing their Cassia/Henna mixes to get a consistency that might make it possible to use a brush on foil technique to create "low lights"?

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If it is lab tested and pure,

If it is lab tested and pure, it's safe.  I've done low lights with Ancient Sunrise henna and indigo and they turn out great!

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