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Natural dyes

natural dyes

Dye's obtained from animals or plants; examples include carmine, obtained from cochineal in the dried female insect Dactylopius cacti of Central America, and haematoxylin, extracted from the bark of the logwood tree haematoxylon campechianum in the Caribbean area.


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