Pure Yellow Fustic extract


BOTANICAL NAME : Morus Tinctoria or Maclura Tinctoria

COMMON NAMES : Yellow Fustic, Old Fustic, Dyer’s Mulberry.

This tree originates in Central America. It is common from Mexico to Argentina.

Yellow Fustic is a big tree with a cylindrical trunk and grey-yellowish bark. The branches are thorny, the leaves fall during the dry season and the small flowers are beige.

OUR PRODUCT : 100 % pure Yellow Fustic extract. The powder colour ranges from deep yellow to brown and has no characteristic smell. The extract is soluble in water and ethanol. With its rich content of Morin and Maclurin, it gives a wide variety of colours, following the ions used.

 Molecular structure of Morine

 Molecular structure of Maclurine


This dye has been used for centuries, thanks to the great number of shades it gives with various mordants. According to Wikipedia, the main applications of Yellow Fustic, are :

  • With bichromate of potash: old gold
  • With Logwood and bichromate of potash: greenish yellows
  • With Copper sulfate : olive greens
  • With ferrous sulfate : dark greens

Kg price : 201,90 € Excl. Tax

266,80 € tax excl.

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EXTRACTION TECHNOLOGYAqueous extraction, concentration, spray-drying.
APPEARANCEYellow to beige fine powder
SMELLNo particular smell
pH5.1   +/-  1

The colour of our products may vary from one lot to another, because that’s the way Nature is, but this won’t affect the technical applications.
SCRD guarantees the botanical sincerity of its products but can in no case be held responsible for the use of these products. The customer is sole responsible for using them legally, safely and in well-known applications.

These packagings are not compatible with cosmetic or pharmaceutical usages. We cannot provide a certificate of analysis for this product.


External use only. Keep away from eyes.
Can cause allergies
Keep out of reach of children
Do not store in extreme temperatures
Keep out of direct sun light

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