Brazilwood / Sappan wood is a natural dye yielding medicinal plant. Also known as Eastern Brazilwood, it is cultivated in India as a medicinal and dye crop and harvested every 6-8 years. A stump is left for the tree to sprout back to life and it starts to grow quite enthusiastically within 1-2 weeks. Yields different shades of red with or without mordants.
Perfect for natural dyeing of fabrics, leather, coloring soaps and bath products.
Sustainably sourced, fair trade supply. Bottled carefully in food grade jars at source in India.
June 2021. Freshest dyes. Always.
Safety Data Sheet is available and a printed copy is included with every order. You may also order a Digital Copy of Safety Data Sheet at no extra cost.