|COMMON GARDENIA/ common Gade near
I die, and there is no it
The madder family gardenia genus
|Country of origin||China
＊The country of origin may change by arrival lot.
|Capacity||Sale by measure of 100 g - 100 g of units|
|Main use use||Dish, tea, bath, potpourri, dyeing and others|
|Characteristics||Have been used for coloring of various food including the coloring of the pickled radish in Japan from old days; die, and there is no it. This pigment ingredient is included in a saffron. I develop bright yellow if I use it for dyeing. I can enjoy the blue if I let you ferment. The tea of the gardenia is used as Chinese medicine.|
|Save notes||You warn you to close a tongue well, and to get damp, and please save whether you put it in the sealing pot (preservation pot) after opening in a cool and dark space.|
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