Madder | Rubia Tinctorum L.
Madder | Rubia Tinctorum L.
Madder | Rubia Tinctorum L.
Madder | Rubia Tinctorum L.
Madder | Rubia Tinctorum L.
Madder | Rubia Tinctorum L.
Madder | Rubia Tinctorum L.
Madder | Rubia Tinctorum L.
Madder | Rubia Tinctorum L.
Madder | Rubia Tinctorum L.
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Madder | Rubia Tinctorum L.

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Madder Powder | Rose Madder | Alizarin | Rubian | Ruberythric acid

Its homeland is the Mediterranean region. It is also grown a lot in the Western and Central Anatolian regions. The paint prepared with Alizarin and Parparin materials obtained from the roots of the species is known in the world as Turkish red, Rubia Tinctorum. It is known to be the first plant used in yarn dyeing. Now you can buy madder from Turkey directly. 

It is a plant that grows on perennial and fertile soil with rhizostome 1 to 2 meters tall. The plant, which grows in the summer, has pale yellow flowers. In winter, the flowers of the plant are poured, but in spring they reopen. Its leaves are 4 to 6 pieces, circular from the same knuckle. The most likely homeland of foot boat is Anatolia. But it seems to have spread naturally to the Caucasus, Iran, Central West Asia, and the Himalayas. The most important dye plant for red color, the root boot has been cultivated for centuries. This plant was brought to North Africa and Europe, and even by the British and Portuguese, to India and cultivated. Although the root dye has been cultivated for a long time, new varieties have not been developed. There is no difference between the grown root and wild-grown roots. 

Uses:
It has been used since ancient times as a vegetable red dye for leather, wool, cotton, and silk. For dye production, the roots are harvested after two years. The outer red layer gives the common variety of the dye, the inner yellow layer of the refined variety. The dye is fixed to the cloth with the help of a mordant, most commonly alum. Madder can be fermented for dyeing as well (Fleurs de Garance). In France, the remains were used to produce a spirit.

Name: Madder
Scientific Name: Rubia Tinctorum L.
Obtained Colors: Purple, Dark Red, Apricot Color, Bright Red
Contained Dyestuff: Alizarin, Pseudopurpurin
Contain: Ruberthyrin acid

How to Dye with Madder Powder?

https://themazi.com/blogs/news/how-to-dye-with-madder-rubia-tinctorum-by-billynou

How do we ship your order: 

We ship worldwide our natural dyes. Once you entered your address, you can see the shipping cost to your country. We ship with express delivery which means we use TNT, UPS, or DHL carriers. 

Please keep in mind that the shipping cost is calculated on the basis of weight. So if you buy one product with 90gr, it will calculate 130gr as a weight with packaging. That means you will pay the same shipping cost until 500gr. Some samples: 

To 0-500gr 500gr-1kg
United States 11$
17$
EU Countries and Canada 12$ 17$
South America & Australia 21$

 

How to Buy Madder

We sell Madder Powder in small packages as retail on our website. Please be aware that we are also selling madder powder as a wholesale. (Please ask for Madder Root if you need it). So you can buy wholesale Madder from themazi. We consider every +50 kg orders as a wholesale and we offer reasonable prices.