100% Pure & Natural Indigo Powder (1/2lb) by Naturevibe Botanicals (8 ounces) For Hair Color

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Why Naturevibe Botanicals

Naturevibe aim to provide the good quality of organic products worldwide, thereby encouraging people to choose a healthy, nutritious lifestyle. We offer a wide range of products which not only add flavor to your food, but also boast of tremendous medicinal properties.

Our inherent belief is to only manufacture and supply products which we, ourselves are ready to consume without an iota of doubt about its quality. We sell only what we use and that is our duty towards the quality of our products and the safety and wellness of our customers and of the entire planet.

Indigo Powder


Did you know?

Indigo powder is a dye that comes from the crushed leaves of the indigo plant. Indigo is a small shrub that grows about 1 to 2 meters high and produces beautiful pink flowers. Indigo plant has wonderful medicinal uses and all parts of the plant is used medicinally. Indigo plant can be identified with it’s leaves and the flowers. It is a natural dye that you can use to color your hair or beard, with or without henna.It is green in appearance.Indigo Powder is a natural dye which is very famous now days for coloring hair black. Many people know it as black henna, but it gives a blue dye. When used with natural henna powder it gives a dark brown to shiny black color.

Though indigo is known mainly as a natural dye, it has other amazing hair benefits too. Indigo is mainly used in the form of hair oil for stimulating hair growth and in the form of hair pack for dyeing the hair. For dyeing, it is applied after henna. Henna makes the hair reddish orange and indigo dyes the hair dark blue color and together they create a natural black color. Indigo is an amazing home remedy for premature greying of the hair .One main hair benefit of indigo is that it acts as a natural hair dye.

The blue coloring matter is naturally present in indigo leaves in the form of glycoside (glucose and Indoxyl). Once the leaves are soaked in water and fermented, the sugar (glucose) is consumed by the bacteria releasing the Indoxyl. Indoxyl is the precursor to indigo dye and is called white indigo. When indoxyl oxidises, we get blue dye.

To make the indigo powder hair dye, indigo plants are harvested and the leaves are collected separately. Then they are partially fermented to release the dye, sun dried till crisp to remove any moisture and then powdered.


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