Re: Do you know where it was grown?


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Posted by Nick on August 7, 2002 at 21:59:20:

In reply to: Re: Do you know where it was grown? posted by Littlefox on August 7, 2002 at 21:41:51:

Right... As an example, marijuana which is exposed to more
ultraviolet light contains more THC than regular plants... but how
would i know that?? ;-)
My indigo recipe? Indigo and water. I tried ammonia, and got no dye
release at all, even though in woading you need a basic solution.
~Nick

: Not at all inconceiveable. I mean in wildcraft herbalism there's
: even a difference in strength of the herbs collected on the east
and
: west side of a hill just simply because the growing conditions can
be
: radically different accentuating two different strengths in the
same
: plant...
:
: Has me curious now..... you wouldn't happen to have the recipe you
: used the last time on hand would you?
:
: Littlefox
: : So it's very possible that there is much diference between the
: : indigo's we've got.
: : ~Nick
: :
: : : India according to the country of origin on the site.
: : :
: : : : Mine was grown in Iran.
: : : : Yours? Trying to collect as many factors here to see what
could
: : be
: : : : the diference...
: : : : ~Nick
: : : :

 


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