Why We Choose to Use Herbal Dyes
Antoo, a Himalayan plant, makes deep red dye with antibacterial and antifungal properties for yoga mats and towels.
Indigo dye from plant leaves colors textiles blue and has antibacterial properties, great for yoga mats and skin.
Karungali fruit from Southeast Asia is dried and crushed to create yellow-brown dye with astringent properties for heavy textiles.
Madder is a plant that produces a range of red and pink dyes from its roots. It has been used for centuries to dye textiles.
Neem tree leaves boiled for yellow-green dye, known for antibacterial and antifungal properties, perfect for yoga mats.
Nochi plant in SE Asia creates greenish-yellow dye with anti-inflammatory properties for yoga mats & products.
Reetha, a fruit from South Asia, creates browns and yellows. Its gentle cleansing properties make it ideal for yoga mats.
Sappan wood is a tree that produces red and pink dyes when its wood is boiled. It's fade-resistant and has been used for thousands of years.
Triphala is a three-fruit combo that grows in South Asia, used to create a yellowish-brown dye with antioxidant properties.
Vembadam, a South Asian flower, creates yellows and oranges when its petals are boiled. It has antibacterial properties for mats.
Vetiver grass is boiled to create green-brown dye. Known for its calming properties, it is used for yoga mats.