Category – Other Dyes
Where it comes from:
It was initially a native of the Malay archipelago in Southeast Asia but it can be found across the world today, mainly in Brazil where it is also known as Brazilwood
Bright pink, almost fluorescent in its intensity, and deep purple are its signature tones.
Why its good for you:
Ancient herb traders used Sapanwood to treat all types of wounds.
It was also believed that its rich reddish tones indicate that it is a natural blood purifier.