Ayurvedic herbal dyes - Best solution for delicate skin & latex allergies
Did you know that there is a difference between natural herbal dyes and synthetic dyes?
The biggest difference between natural herbal dyes and synthetic dyes is in the way they are made. Synthetic dyes are chemically manufactured whereas natural dyes are purely developed from nature - we use leaves, roots, fruit skin and flowers.
Therefore, the herbal dyes although more expensive, are harder to get than chemical dyes, but on the other hand are free from chemicals and carcinogenic properties.
Generally, that is the main reason why the products with herbal dyes are more expensive than synthetic textiles.
The plants bypass the entire dye production processes compared to synthetic dyes. Herbal dyes are eco friendly, harmless to the environment and our skin. By supporting products with herbal and natural dyes, you protect the people, environment and water sources in those areas.
In this section we would like to present you all herbs with all the benefits we are using for our dyeing process.
INDIGOFERA TINCTORIA aka TRUE INDIGO
Its super powerful herb, 💪very effective 🌱
and often used when treating
Epilepsy with worms
Pain in the limbs
Snake and spider poisoning 🐍
Isn’t that great?
You can seize benefit from this plant when ordering Leela yoga rug or Leela herbal towel with blue color.
RUBIA CORDIFOLIA aka MANJISTHAManjistha is one of the fitst colors which was used in ancient India in the times when the colors were laboriously extracted from trees and flowers.
Best used to treat:
OCIMUM SANCTUM aka TULASI
Tulasi also called Holy Basil is very effective
Best used to treat
AZADIRACHTA INDICA aka NEEM
PUNICA GRANATUM aka POMEGRANATE
See the biggest assets of this powerful fruit !
Its very effective
...and very sufficient when treating
CURCUMA LONGA aka TURMERIC
Great to treat and prevent
Also mostly used when taking care of
VENTILAGO MADRASPATANA aka VEMGADAM
Even though this herb is not very well known and there are not many information about it. in herbal dyeing it is very appreciated plant and gives us beautiful grey shades.