Myrobalan is the common name given to trees of the species Terminalia chebula, which grow in Nepal, India, Sri Lanka, Burma and Thailand, among other countries.
It is their nuts that are ground and this material can be used as a dye, producing a soft yellow, but also as a mordant for cellulosic fibers, since it is a substance rich in tannins.
- myrobalan is widely used in ecoprinting (botanical printing) in conjunction with iron sulfate to obtain blacks and other dark colors.
- to obtain beautiful tones of Teal, we can overdye a piece previously dyed with myrobalan with indigo.
It is available in bags of 100gr and 500gr.
- Powdered Myrobalan nuts
- Quantity: 100gr or 500gr
- Origin: India