In Laos Patricia Cheesman claims that yellow and orange were obtained from the leaves of either bai keua, bai kae or kam med, respectively Cudriana cambodiana, now Maclura cochinchinensis or cockspur thorn, Cudriana poianea and the rosewood Dalbergia stipulacea (Cheesman 1988, 59). Mango bark contains various phenolic acids, phenolic esters and the two flavan-3-ols, catechin and epicatechin. Another boiled the wood chips in water for four hours and removed the wood before adding the silk along with two types of tree leaf and boiling it again for an hour or so. The carotenoids are one of the most abundant groups of pigments found in nature, with at least 750 identified so far(Briton, Liaaen-Jensen and Pfander 2004, 5: Landrum 2009, 114). Fastness Properties on Cotton Correctly prepared dyeings with azoic combinations on cotton have fastness properties often comparable, or only slightly inferior, to those produced using quinone vat dyes. Red + Yellow = Orange Red + Blue = Purple Yellow + Blue = Green ... recommended when handling the dyed sample. Laban Bark It requires tropical temperatures in the range of 20 to 30°C, along with a considerable amount of rainfall. Cockspur thorn has been widely used as a dyewood throughout East and Southeast Asia, including China, Burma, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. It is thought that the dye molecules of curcumin adhere to the cellulose polymer chains of cotton by means of hydrogen bonding, the long axis of curcumin laying parallel to the long axis of the cellulose (Gulrajni and Gupta, 1992). As the concentration of mango leaf dye increased, the wash-fastness of the fabric decreased (Katti, Kaur and Srihari 1996). Throughout most of the early historical period, wild mignonette - known as weld or dyer’s rocket (Reseda luteola) - seems to have been the most common yellow dye used in Western Europe (Liles 1990, 33). [Article in Italian] Bignone FA, Carlo P, Martelli A, Viviani R. In the present work we studied the reversibility of the binding reaction of Naphthol Yellow S to proteins using a Testing Automatic System Leitz. 2-Naphthol has a slight odor. It has identified two potential structures: Thus a flavonoid-metal complex can be formed from one, two, three or possibly more flavonoid molecules. 9.It is important to use sufficient amount of alkali binding agents , otherwise it will result into presipitation of developing bath. The latter are still water soluble and are more reactive than the flavonoid itself, so form a stronger bond with the surface of the fibre. The safflower is a warm temperature crop, originally endemic to Western Asia. hydrosulphite for 30-45 min at 85 deg. Cockspur thorn (Maclura cochinchinensis, also Cudriana cochinchinensis, formerly Cudrania javanensis) is a long-lived woody erect climber or scrambling shrub. The implication is that turmeric was being used as a yellow dye by the first Austronesian cultures that settled in the Indonesian archipelago. Because of this, curcuminoid dyes can only be effectively used in either neutral or acidic conditions, within which they remain virtually insoluble. At Doka in the ‘Iwang Geté region they produce a deep mustard yellow from turmeric, mango bark, mengkudu tree bark (not root), jackfruit bark and powdered lime (kapur sireh). -Rinse hot and cold -Bleach with 1-2 Gpl Available chlorine for 20 min. Rumphius (1741) suggested that the mango was introduced into certain Indonesian islands in recent times. Sometimes these ingredients were mixed into a cocktail. In the late 1700s it was introduced into India for commercial production (Prance and Nesbitt 2012, 344). Safflower or Kasumba Neutralisation ,Soaping at the boil to remove superficial pigment, followed by rinsing and drying. High-quality batik makers on Java, such as at Eliza van Zuylen’s workshop, used tegeranto produce yellow . -Add 3-5% sod. The active ingredient of mango dye is mangiferin, a xanthone C-glycoside. Dark yellow was made from the bark of the prahoat or prahout tree while light yellow dye was made from the bark of the banyan tree, the jackfruit tree, the chong reak tree, the dok po tree, the sangkai tree, the French tamarind tree, and the an jay tree (Narin 2003, 210). They undergo decomposition even at low temperature and particularly on exposure to light. They used the bark and wood of the former and the roots of the latter (Green 2003, 53-54). On Timor, Roti and Savu, yellow was obtained from a mixture of ‘kajoe koening‘ (tegerang) and turmeric (Jasper and Pirngadie 1912, 72-73). Hasan, M. M.; Hossain, M. B.; Azim, A. Y. M. A.; Ghosh, N. C.; and Reza, M. S., 2014. The fabric is immersed and the mixture boiled to dye the yellow (Hitchcock 1991, 50). PROTA: Plant Resources of Tropical Africa 3: Dyes and Tannins, pp. Addition of salt promotes better exhaustion of the bath, more being needed for Naphtols of lower substantivity. Flavones have a double bond in the central heterocyclic ring. The colour of the flower varies from whitish yellow to red orange, the most common being a deep yellow. Flavanones have the flavone backbone without the double bond in the central ring. In Southeast Asia a similar wide range of yellow dyes was prepared, which varied across the different regions and climate zones. 7.Hydroextraction time must not be too long , which may result into light spots after development. -Antichlore and neutralise. Safflower yellow has been found on the linen wraps of Egyptian mummies dating from the twelfth dynasty, 1991-1803 BC (Barber 1991, 227). These additions darkened the yellow. Latex tapped from the mangosteen tree contains the yellow xanthone pigment mangostin (NIIR Board of Consultants and Engineers 2005, 244). The process can be carried out in almost any type of dyeing machine determined by the form of the goods. ... between p-nitroaniline and 2-naphthol. 'Textile Technology', in Gift of the Cotton Maiden: textiles of Flores and the Solor Islands, Hamilton, Roy W., (ed. ( Log Out /  Specialists do not recommend its use as either a red or a yellow dye (Böhmer 2002, 125). However turmeric was used as an under-dye in the first stage of their morinda (engkudu) dyeing process (Howell 1912; Haddon and Start 1936, 21). Natural Yellow Dyes A study of 12 samples of turmeric pigment found the distribution of curcuminoids to be from 71 to 87% curcumin, 11 to 19% demethoxycurcumin, and 2 to 9% bis-demethoxycurcumin (Marsden et al 2003). The French refer to it as guttier. We can find no reports of gamboge being used as a dye in Indonesia. The survey concluded that the species was not threatened by exploitation, firstly because harvesting the dyewood did not generally kill the plant and secondly because it was uncommon to use yellow in the local ikat. Carotenoid pigments are widely used in the food industry – examples include red β-carotene, yellow-brown lutein found in green leafy vegetables and red lycopene from tomatoes. In the past its use as a yellow dye was avoided by European dye houses. Application of natural dyes on textiles, Indian Journal of Fibre & Textile Research, vol. It is the active ingredient of weld, dyer’s broom or greenweed, and sawwort. Soga was a speciality of workshops in Central Java, especially in Yogyakarta and Surakarta (Fleischmann-Heck and Smend 2006, unnumbered pages). 34, pp. The Mango: Botany, Production and Uses, CAB International, Wallingford. Subagiyo, Puji Yosep, 2007. Mango leaf and bark are also rich in polyphenols. These curcuminoids are direct (substantive) dyes that do not require a mordant. Because curcumin extract contains a cocktail of curcuminoids, it has an extended absorption band. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. At Minbu in Magwe Divion, Upper Burma, jackfruit was called peih-hnè-bin. Because of its high tannin content (16 to 20%), mango bark was even imported into the UK during the nineteenth century for tanning leather. 'Traditional Dyes in Indonesia', in Indonesian Textiles: Irene Emery Roundtable on Museum Textiles 1979 Proceedings, Textile Museum, Washington, D.C. Kikusawa, Ritsuko, and Reis, Lawrence, 2007. Although yellow is achieved without the use of a mordant, mordants can be added to modify the colour and to improve light-fastness. According to Marsden, two types of turmeric were cultivated in Sumatra, one (cooniet mera) used for flavouring and the other (cooniet tummoo) used for dyeing (Marsden 1783, 74). Warming, Wanda; and Gaworski, Michael, 1981. Dyeing Of Cotton Fabric Using UV Irradiated Turmeric (Curcuma longa L.) as Natural Dye, Research Journal of Textile & Apparel, vol. in Language Description, History and Development: Linguistic Indulgence in Memory of Terry Crowley, Amsterdam. Hanging by a Thread: Natural Metallic Mordant Processes in Traditional Indonesian Textiles, Economic Botany, vol. Wetting agents for naphthol pasting and dissolution and penetrating agent in fiber in naphthol application. 15, no. The mango (Mangifera indica) is an evergreen tree that grows in the tropical rainforests of South and Southeast Asia. In India they used a multitude of yellow dyes, far too long to mention, with different dyeing recipes used in different regions (Mohanty, Chandramouli and Naik 1987, 21-25). Address: Shandong province Jining City Wenshang County Association of Chemical Industry Park. Fraser-Lu, Sylvia, 1988. Cotton yarn absorbs the leaf dye better than the bark dye. One Kambera producer adds tea to the kayu kuning to make a golden yellow. One report claims that the dye was obtained from G. tinctoria (Hanelt 2001, 1352). Today jackfruit is only used in the Lesser Sunda Islands by a few groups, such as the Sikka of 'Iwang Geté region and the Amarasi of Baun in West Timor. Depending on the dyeing conditions, jackfruit wood can produce a wide variety of colours, ranging from muddy yellow, to golden and orange yellow, through to apricot and tan (Fraser-Lu 1988, 30). Osage orange (Maclura pomifera), a second American species, was used by native Indians in the south-central USA to produce a yellow-orange dye (Vijayan, Tikader et al 2011, 87; Austin 2004, 424). Umbreen, Saima; Ali, Shaukat; Hussain, Tanveer and Nawaz, Rakhshanda, 2008. Some local dyers even incorporated turmeric in their indigo recipe (Warming and Gaworski 1981, 68). The best light-fastness is achieved with an iron or copper mordant. Naphthol yellow S is an organic compound that is a dye. Chempadak is easily mistaken for jackfruit, but has smaller fruits that are darker yellow. It can live for several hundred years and reach a height of 40 metres or more (Mukherjee and Litz 2009, 2). As an alkali binding agent in developing bath. The latter authors apply linguistic gymnastics to conclude that the word initially referred to both the colour yellow and to yellow dye. Some Batak dyers added turmeric (hunik) to their dried morinda powder for producing red (Niessen 2009, 441). Intermediate drying or rinsing of fabric containing the Naphtol, and the soaping of the final dyeing, are key processes ensuring optimum fastness. Alum produces a yellow-brown hue, copper sulphate a yellow-green hue, and tartaric acid a medium to dark yellow-brown hue. 1-11. The Encyclopaedia of Fruit and Nuts, Cambridge University Press. Laban produces a very hard wood that is ideal for construction and for making charcoal, and gives the tree considerable fire resistance. solvent yellow gh SANDOCRYL BRILLIANT YELLOW B-6GL INTRAPLAST YELLOW 2RC (ORASOL YELLOW 2RC) SIRIUS YELLOW 2GC METRO YELLOW YX PRESSCAKE 1340 7H-Dinaphtho[2,3-b : 1',2'-d]pyran-4-one mixture of aliphatic-aromatic hydrocarbons AURASPERSE W-3081 NAPHTHOL RED DARK 56 IARC MONOGRAPHS VOLUME 99 Fig. Like flavonols in general, morin forms stable complexes with metal cations in weakly acidic solution. While some species of Curcuma produce seed, C. longa does not and propagates from rootstock instead (Prabhakaran Nair 2013, 18-19). Prior to the acceptance of synthetic dyes, yellow was produced on Nusa Penida from turmeric, lemon juice and pineapple leaves (Hauser-Schäublin et al 1991, 99). The Agronomy and Economy of Turmeric and Ginger, Elsevier, London. B., 2011. The surveyor’s local informants identified its name as taramamt, but this may have been because they were Savunese rather than Sumbanese. However this must have been a major producing area because the dyewood was exported to Coromandel, where it was valued for its brilliant and fixed colour by local textile printers. De Inlandsche Kunstnijverheid in Nederlands Indie - Deel II: De Weefkunst, Mouton, The Hague. Unbound dye is removed by a series of four 2.5 min washes in 1% acetic acid, and protein-bound dye extracted with 10 m M unbuffered Tris base for spectrophotometric optical density determination at 433 nm. Some sensitive azoic combinations also give dyeings of only fair resistance to chlorine and peroxide bleaching. 4.Use of excess salt in naphthol bath may result into precipitation of the bath. Other yellow dyes identified from elsewhere in Thailand are the flowers of faai (cotton); the leaves of mueat chee or mueat ae (Memecylon scutellatum), sometimes mordanted with Symplocos; the leaves of kluai bua (lotus banana, Musa rosea); the fruit skin of ma kruut (Kaffir lime, Citrus hystrix); the leaves and bark of mamuang (small mango, Mangifera caloneura); soi thong (Goldenrod, Solidago polyglossa); and two additional dyewoods: saak (breadfruit, Artocarpus altilis) and kra thin narong (Australian wattle tree, Acacia auriculata) (Moeyes, Srikanthimarak and Morimoto in Gittinger and Lefferts 1992, 243-248). Yet only a few carotenoids make suitable textile dyes. In the past jackfruit has been used as a yellow dye throughout the Malay Archipelago. Textiles and the Tai Experience in Southeast Asia, Textile Museum, Washington D. C. Hamilton, Roy W., 1994. Turmeric seems to have been more widely used among the highland Gayo-Alas (Elliot and Brimacombe 1987). Curcumin is moderately stable to heat. A.; EL-Nagar, K.; Alam, M. M.; and Ali, N., 2011. Naphthol, either of two colourless, crystalline organic compounds derived from naphthalene and belonging to the phenol family; each has the molecular formula C 1 0 H 7 OH. Indonesian Natural Dyeing Recipes, Jakarta. In practice the most important dye source is true turmeric, Curcuma longa, because it contains the highest concentration of curcuminoid pigments. Harborne, Jeffrey B.; Marby, Helga; and Marby, T. J., 2013. Crawfurd noted that safflower was indigenous to Indonesia and found throughout the archipelago. For solubilising of naphthols and keeping proper alkalinity of naphthol bath. Myrobolan has a high tannin content and also contains a bright yellow natural dye. Natural Dyeing Processes of India, Calico Museum, Ahmedabad. In Lampung the distinctive mustard yellow bands in the ceremonial tapis skirts were produced from a dye composed of turmeric, lime (kapur sirih) and tamarind (asam Jawa) (Totton 2009, 42). 11, no. In Thailand, monk’s robes were commonly dyed with jackfruit, known as maj kanoon or khanun (Moeyes 1993, 22; Conway 1992, 188). Application of Purified Curcumin as Natural Dye on Cotton and Polyester, International Journal of Engineering & Technology, vol. It was later spread into Europe by Arab traders (Prabhakaran Nair 2013, 2). It belongs to the family Asteraceae. Natural flavonoid glycosides are generally water-soluble and can therefore be easily extracted from plant tissues (Britton 1983, 107). On Sumatra, Marsden noted that they used the chipped roots of chapada or champadak (Artocarpus integra), sometimes strengthened by the addition of a little turmeric and an alum mordant (1811, 96 and 99). The reduced dye is applied to the fabric, and then exposed to the air which oxidizes he dye back to its colored form. More than 250,000 words that aren't in our free dictionary The Flavonoids, Springer. It is called pampa on Komodo Island and hiketaroe on Sumba Island (de Kok 2008, 29). 14, no. With a mordant, the washing and light fastness improved but the rubbing fastness deteriorated (Umbreen et al 2008). For example, in the Chittagong Hills of Burma yellow was extracted from the roots of various unnamed trees and shrubs (Barbe 1845, 386). In Soekanegara, West Java, the leaves were mordanted with copper sulphate to produce green (Jasper and Pirngadie 1912, 66). Although it was once thought that the Mangifera originated in India before spreading into Southeast Asia, it is now accepted that its centre of origin lay in Southeast Asia (Mukherjee and Litz 2009, 8). The province of Ligor, in Southern Thailand, was an important producer of cockspur thorn, known locally as kleh. Today it is widely cultivated throughout the tropics, especially in India and Southeast Asia. Alternatively the tubers can be washed, peeled and dried and then ground into a powder for future use (Fraser-Lu 1989, 30). He further instructing that the dye should always be boiled (Rhys-Davids and Oldenberg 2012). Roles of Different Chemicals in Naphthol Dyeing. Extraction: The extraction was carried out as follows: a small sample of thread was extracted with the TFA 2M in 1.5ml eppendorfs for 30 min, in 60ºC water bath, with constant agitation. It grows throughout the Indo-Malaysian region from Nepal to Indonesia. In Thailand the tree is known as maj prahoot and the dye is prepared by boiling the wood chips in water. However in more recent times locally planted turmeric was preferred (Nabholtz-Kartaschoff 2008, 78). Synthesis. Modern reports show that the bark of the zhe or cudrang tree was still being used to produce a yellow dye in recent times (Girard 1968, 648). It was probably introduced into the Philippines during the twelfth century and later into America, Africa, and Australia (Pelzar 1948; Haq 2006, 15). One dyer immersed her skeins of silk in a simmering dye bath containing the wood chips for two to three hours, after which the bath was removed from the heat and allowed to cool down with the silk still immersed. One study found that turmeric-dyed wool fades after just 100 flashes from a xenon strobe light (Schaeffer 2001, 80). Max Weber collected the recipe in 1972: one kilogramme of turmeric, one small lime fruit and one pineapple leaf were powdered, added to five times as much water, stirred and sifted. It produces pyramidal inflorescences of pinkish-white pink flowers, which mature into clusters of fruit. After dyeing the silk was rinsed well and allowed to dry (Moeyes 1993, 26, 30-31). In chapter 29 the Buddha forbade monks to wear robes that were coloured light yellow, brownish-yellow, dark yellow, blue, crimson or black. The most important are bixin and its water soluble form norbixin, obtained from annatto, and crocin, obtained from saffron, harsinghar, and Indian mahogany. Safflower has been used throughout South Asia and Indonesia, although it is impossible to say how much it was used for yellow, rather than red. At Baun, Amarasi dyers used either turmeric, which they called saffron, or pomegranate rinds to produce yellow (Usif Robert Koroh 2016, personal communication). Mango produces a range of colours ranging from brown, brown-green, grey, and pale brown through to yellow depending on the mordant used. In Rindi they produce an orange-brown by mixing kayu kuning and morinda. To date over forty flavonoid-metal complexes have been studied (Symonowicz and Kolanek 2012). Dried tubers were finely ground into a powder into which the yarns were immersed. Testing. The composite fruit may weigh as much as 30 kg or more. The World of Indonesian Textiles, Serindia Publications, London. Naphthol dyes are classified as fast dyes and available at very competitive prices. As such the robes of the earliest Buddhist monks were coloured kasaya, a somewhat unspecific Pali word meaning brownish, dun-coloured or ochre. Yellow is one of the most common colours found in nature and natural yellow pigments abound - yet yellow is one the most difficult colours to produce in the form of a colourfast and wash-fast natural dye. 6. It was known in Hindi as harsinghar. A nineteenth-century report suggested that ‘kleh‘ was only produced in Thailand, in the old southern Kingdom of Ligor, which seems unlikely (Asiatic Journal, April 1825, 425). Bibliography of Yellow Dyes. 5. Prahout or prahoot is a saffron-yellow coloured dye obtained from the bark and heartwood of the evergreen tree Garcinia vilersiana, which is closely related to the gamboge tree Garcinia hanburyi. The dye was obtained by soaking fine wood chips in cold water without the addition of lime. LabBot. 65, pp. According to Marco Polo, it reached China around 700 AD (Ridley 1912). FD&C Yellow no. Dissolution of base and to produce nitrous acid in diazotization phase. Having said this, some dyers in East Sumba deliberately strengthened turmeric by adding a small amount of lime powder (Hambuwali 2016, personal communication). However the Chinese may have also used a related species. Jasper, J. E., and Pirngadie, Mas, 1912. The yellow colour of turmeric is due to the presence of a group of chemicals called curcuminoids. Contact: Lucky Li (Manager) Phone: +86-15706474568. It was therefore common to fix the turmeric with acidic lemon or lime juice. The dye from the bark is slightly acidic and absorbs light in the blue region, while dye from the leaves is slightly basic and also includes chlorophyll, which absorbs light in the orange and red region. Technology, vol. Some scholars of Cambodian textiles use the term bror hoot (Kikuo 2002). IDENTIFICATION: 2-Naphthol, also called 2-naphthalenol or 2-hydroxynaphthalene, appears as white, lustrous, bulky leaflets or a white powder. Chemically the curcuminoids are classified as diarylheptanoids, having a pair of aromatic rings linked by a seven-carbon chain. It is not clear whether this kajo kuma was laban or some other dyewood. Today the use of turmeric is more widespread (Cunningham et al 2014, 101). 88-99, PROTA Foundation, Wageningen. It is a substantive (direct) dye that can dye cotton without the use of a mordant, producing a vivid and deep yellow-orange. Jackfruit was used to dye and rewash Buddhist monk’s robes in Sri Lanka, Burma and northeast Thailand (Balfour 1871, 204; Fraser-Lu 1988, 30). Turmeric, the Golden Spice: From Traditional Medicine to Modern Medicine, in Herbal Medicine: Biomolecular and Clinical Aspects, Boca Raton. Turmeric was by far the most widely found yellow dye in India (Crill 1998, 13). By acidifying the dye with the addition of the juice of several limes to the mix, they can obtaine a bright light yellow. It is also used to color dietary supplements, oral and externally applied drugs, cosmetics, and as a pigment in printing inks. Its main weakness as a cotton dye is that being sensitive to visible and near UV light it is very fugitive and quickly fades in sunlight, even when applied with a mordant (Bowman and Reagan 1983). To improve fastness, the dye is always used with a mordant. Naphthol dyes offered by us are insoluble Azo dyestuffs that are produced on fiber through application of Naphthol to fiber and then combining it with diazotized base at low temperatures. The resin is tapped from cuts spiralling down the trunks and is collected in bamboo canes. For neutralization of excess HCl in developing bath. Like Rouffaer, Bühler thought that safflower was used in Indonesia as a yellow dye before the adoption of turmeric (1948, 2489). They use this unadulterated to dye their cotton a golden mustard yellow. In some parts of Indonesia turmeric-dyed threads were rinsed in citrus or tamarind juice to improve colour fastness (Warming and Gaworski 1981, 71). It was more widely used as a foodstuff, medicine and a body dye. cool to 85 degC -Add 3-5% sod. Another found that cotton dyed with turmeric without a mordant had good saturation and rubbing fastness but poor washing and light fastness. Chemically the flavonoids can be subdivided into flavones, flavonols, isoflavones, flavanones, chalcones, and aurones, the latter named after aurum, the Latin for gold (Freeman and Peters 2000, 431). Chapter 10 mentions that monk’s robes were at one time badly coloured using (cow)-dung or yellow clay. Naphthol Dyes Manufacturers, Factory, Suppliers From China, With a wide range, top quality, reasonable rates and stylish designs, our products are extensively used with this industries and other industries. The resulting dye is used for embellishing hinggis and pahikung using the ndatta painting technique. Flavonols have a hydroxyl group at carbon-3, between the ketone and the outer ring. A description of the dyeing process seems somewhat confused, echoing the Buddha's prescription in the Mahāvagga. In Biboki they combine turmeric with tamarind leaves (Barrkman 2006, 94). They complement the vat dyes because of the wide range of orange, red and Bordeaux shades that they provide. Another study found that mango leaf dye on silk had poor wash-fastness. On Timor the most common natural yellow dye was kayu kuning (Yeager and Jacobson 2002, 65). In the past it was imported into Europe and used for dyeing silk and cotton. naphthol yellow S. An acid dye used as a stain for basic proteins in microspectrophotometry. As mentioned above, morin is also the main pigment in old fustic or dyer’s mulberry, Maclura tinctoria, formerly Morus tinctoria, (Chlorophora tinctoria), which was once used to make a bright yellow dye tinged with orange (Adrosko 2012, 32). Both of these authors refer to the species of tree as Cudrania spinosa, now Maclura spinosa, rather than Maclura cochinchinensis, leaving some doubt as to whether they use the same or a different variety of Maclura in this region. In Thailand cockspur thorn is known as kae kong, kae lae or klae (Quattrocchi 2012, 2367). It was used by the Iban who mixed it with an alkali (Fraser-Lu 1988, 31). Throughout most of the early historical period, wild mignonette - known as weld or dyer’s rocket (Reseda luteola) - seems to have been the most common yellow dye used in Western Europe (Liles 1990, 33). Its wash-fastness is not particularly good, but this is improved by the addition of a mordant. The yarn was dyed in this solution four times over a period of four days (Nabholtz-Kartaschoff 1991, 128). They belong to the mulberry or Moraceae family, which also includes jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus) and breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis). Proto who utilised turmeric, and how? In Bengal alum was considered to make the yellow purer by removing any traces of red (M'Cann 1883, 85). Some 19 diarylheptanoids have been identified in turmeric (Pintea 2007,330). Annatto is a direct dye extracted from the outer layer of the red seeds found in the hairy seedpods of the tropical evergreen bush achiote (Bixa orellana) endemic to Central and South America. These are available as the free amine base or as amine salts such as the hydrochloride.Many of the amines used are simple substituted aniline derivatives with no ionic substituents. Kasumba appears in the inscription of Bwahan, dated 995, and in another at Sembiran dated 1016 (Hauser-Schäublin 2008, 78). 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