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Brasiletto is a small tree from 2 to 12 meters high which grows abundantly throughout Central America. It has a twisty trunk and a brown-greyish bark. The branches are thorny and the leaves small.
It can be easily confused with Logwood. Flowers are yellow. This dye has been used for centuries. Through its high Brazilin content, the extract gives a pink to red colour in water and a variety of shades, according to the mordant used.
The oxydized form of Brazilin is Brazilein. This product is not sold individually. You must select at least 1 quantity for this product. Add to cart Add to cart. Notify me when available. SCRD guarantees the botanical sincerity of its products but can in no case be held responsible for the use of these products.
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Research and Conservation in Southern Sonora, Mexico
Luis Donaldo Colosio esq. Centro, Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. The aim of this study was to isolate the compounds responsible for antiproliferative activity of H. A bioassay-guided fractionation of ethanol extract of H. The ethanol extract was partitioned with hexane, dichloromethane, and ethyl acetate. The active dichloromethane fraction was fractioned by silica-column chromatography, and active subfractions were separated using preparative-thin layer chromatography. The chemical structure of an isolated compound was elucidated with different chemical and spectroscopic methods.
Brasiletto is a small tree from 2 to 12 meters high which grows abundantly throughout Central America. It has a twisty trunk and a brown-greyish bark. The branches are thorny and the leaves small. It can be easily confused with Logwood.
Late summer in the low-elevation deserts of Arizona and California is a daunting time. But there are a number of sturdy woody plants that wait until this season of higher humidity to put on their best flowering show of the year. One of my favorites in this vigorous group is brazilwood Haematoxylum brasiletto. Brazilwood is a densely branched, almost impenetrable shrub when young or if left to grow without pruning.
Haematoxylum boreale S. Watson . Haematoxylum brasiletto , or Mexican logwood , is a species of tropical hardwood tree in the legume family, Fabaceae. It is known in its native Mexico and Guatemala as "palo de brasil" or "palo de tinto". The timber is used to make bows for stringed instruments, the manufacture of dyes and in ethnobotany. The trunk and larger branches are fluted and the heartwood is deep red.
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