Natural Dye Beech Wooden Chopstick Holder (Blue Dye) Natural Dye

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Incorporate the colors of nature into your and my lives, and make every meal you have more style!

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Natural Dye Beech Wooden Chopstick Holder (Blue Dye) Natural Dye

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Warm and simple, simple yet meaningful, That unexpected chemical change interweaves the colors given by nature into different sparks, It is made of beech tableware with clear texture, soft tones and a faint fragrance. Layers of blue are dyed blue, and the two overlap and become more stable dark blue. Incorporate the colors of nature into your and my lives, and make every meal you have more style! From clothing to furnishings, from furnishings to daily necessities, we have been developing and creating different possibilities for natural dyeing. Let the items that are no longer ordinary in daily life dyed with the colors given by the earth and give new life! [This product does not contain natural stained beech wood chopsticks] / Size/ Wooden chopstick rest: length 4 cm, width 2 cm Noodles with chopsticks: length 2cm, width 2cm (All products are measured horizontally) / Dyeing material introduction/ We can often hear this sentence-the blue is better than blue, and we all know that it is a metaphor for students surpassing teachers. Perhaps later generations are better than the predecessors, but few people know that the original meaning of this sentence is from Aizen. Cyan refers to a kind of blue called indigo, blue refers to a kind of grass that can be used as a dye-blue grass, So the original meaning of this sentence is that indigo is extracted from blue grass. When people first discovered this vegetable blue, I think this is the most beautiful blue in the world! https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50435528676_dfa2e3fcfe_b.jpg Natural dyes made by using blue grass and unique fermentation and culture technology, Different from other natural dyed plants, the method of extracting plant pigments by heating is called "blue dye" when used to dye cloth. https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50434837418_30e41910c4_b.jpg In general, there are currently about four major species of blue grass in the world, such as Polygonaceae indigo blue, Brassicaceae indica, leguminous wood blue, and Acanthaceae horse blue. The rhizomes of these plants can be used as the Chinese medicine Isatis indigotica, which is also the source of materials for the Chinese medicine Qingdai. Taiwan’s humid climate is very suitable for planting blue grass in the mountains, so in Taiwan’s history, blue dyeing has always been a dyeing culture popularized by the people, which has been retained and developed to this day Before chemical dyes became popular in the world, people have always used nature (plants or minerals) to extract pigments and dyes and use them in people’s daily lives. Indigo dyeing is the best natural dyeing technique and culture for skin and soil. / Material/ Beech / laundry guide/ Do not soak for cleaning, and it is recommended to use hands or soft sponges to gently wash. After washing, let it dry naturally, then store in a cool place, do not place it in the sun / Precautions/ Shipped within 7 working days after purchase (Excluding holidays) / Origin / MADE IN TAIWAN

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