Himalayan Rhubarb (Rheum emido)



Himalayan Rhubarb Rheum emido naturally grows in the Himalayan mountains between Bhutan and India at altitudes of 3-5000 meters. It generally produces bright yellow to gold hues and has been traditionally used to dye silk, cotton, and wool. It’s pleasing fragrange has also led to its use as a colourant in soaps.


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