Indigofera Tinctoria, Commonly Known as True Indigo, is a Subtropical Shrub of Southeastern Asia, and is the Original Source of Indigo Dye. the Plant May Be An Annual, Biennial, or Perennial, Depending On the Climate in Which It is Grown. It Has Light Green Pinnate Leaves and Clusters of Pink or Purple Flowers.
the Indigo Leaves are Processed to Manufacture the Dye. They are Soaked in Water and Fermented in Order to Convert the Glycoside Indican Naturally Present in the Plant to the Blue Dye Indigotin. the Precipitate from the Fermented Leaf Solution is Mixed with a Strong Base such as Lye, Pressed Into Cakes, Dried, and Powdered. the Powder is Then Mixed with Various other Substances to Produce Different Shades of Blue and Purple. this Pigment Can Be to Dye all Types of Yarn and Fabrics.
our Indigo Leaves Powder is Made with Best Quality Leaves, and It Does Not Contain Any Pesticide or Harmful Chemical Substance. It is 100% Natural, Pure & Safe! We Provide this in Different Packing Ranges Based On Quantity to Match Various Requirements of Our Customers.
benefits & Uses:
- Indigo is among the Oldest Dyes to Be Used for Textile Dyeing and Printing. It is Used to Dye all Types of Yarn and Fabrics.
- the Indigo Leaves are Used to Make Hair Dye as Well as Prepare Medicated Hair Oil.
- Indigo Leaves are Useful for Promoting the Hair Growth.
- the Plant is also Widely Grown as a Soil-improving Groundcover.
- the Leaves, Stems and Roots of this Plant Possesses Various Medicinal Properties such as Thermogenic, Laxative, Trichogenous, Expectorant, Anthelminitic, Tonic and Diuretic.
- the Plant Extracts Can Be Used in Treating the Diseases like Epilepsy, Nervine Disorders, Gastropathy, Splenomegaly, Cephalagia, Cardiopathy, Chronic Bronchitis, Asthma, Ulcers and Skin Diseases.
- the Juice Expressed from the Leaves is Useful in the Treatment of Hydrophobia.
- An Extract of the Plant is Good for and Neuropathy.
- Useful in Hair Fall, Headache, and in Stray Dog Intoxication.