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Paper Title: HEALTHCARE TEXTILE DYED NATURAL SOCKS
Authors Name: D.Anita Rachel , MOHAMED ZAKKIR HUSSAN.B
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Abstract: The knowledge and use of colour on textiles is one of the most important of fabric development and utilisation. The invention of synthetic dyes have,replaced natural dye and nearly stopped the use of natural dyes and colouring matters.In recent years, concern for the environment has created a deep interest in natural dyes.The present series on ‘Dyeing with Natural Dyes’ will highlight dyeing behaviour of some selected natural dyes. Textiles are an integral part of everyone’s life associated with him from cradle to grave. It is used to cover human body, thus encompassing and protecting it from dust, sunlight, wind and other foreign matter present in the external environment that may be harmful to him. It consists of textiles used in operative and post-operative tasks in and around the patient and the medical practitioners. These products are produced either by weaving, knitting, braiding or other nonwoven techniques. Medical textiles are broadly classified as non-implantable materials, implantable materials, extra corporeal devices, and hygiene products, protective and health care textiles. The use of such products helps to reduce the opportunity for contamination by biological toxins and infectious pathogens. A hygiene and health care textile consists of absorbent disposable products, such as shocks, dresses, materials, etc. which are mostly single use items. A Progress of Herbal finish (50 % Aloe Vera & 50% Neem) and the natural dye finish turmeric and beetroot in socks Wears, it creates the favourable conditions for the growth of microbes which will result in the occurrence of rashes. Also the cellulosic material used in shocks wears is easily degraded by microorganisms which in turn affects to the sensitive skin of human. Bacterial growth is one of the biggest fallout of non-hygienic atmosphere. Further microorganisms such as bacteria, mould and fungi also cause deterioration of textiles Plants and plant product are traditionally used for healing of wounds, burn injuries, anti fungal, anti viral, anti bacterial and anti microbial activity against skin infections. Herbal and natural plant extract for antimicrobial finishing in textiles because of the excellent antimicrobial and eco friendly properties exhibited by them. Since these natural antibacterial agents are less toxic, less irritant and biodegradable they can be used as an antibacterial finish for socks wears. This Herbal finish (50 % Aloe Vera & 50% Neem) and the natural finish can be used in turmeric and beetroot in shocks Wears is subjected to the peoples Survey. An innovative approach was made to utilize the eco-friendly dyeing using renewable sources such as KADUKKAI and TURMERIC to produce herbal medicated textile material which are free from chemicals, detergent and pollution. In this project eco-friendly Garments, inner wears, Child clothing’s& home Furnishing materials were developed by dyeing cotton fabric with herbs like TERMINALIA CHEBULA (KADUKKAI) and TURMERIC (CURCUMA LONGA). These herbs are extensively used to heal chromic fever, skin and eye diseases, allergies, Asthma, rheumatic, body ache, diabetes, skin infections and allergies. In contact with clothing, the skin absorbs the medicinal qualities of the herbs. Compared to the synthetic dyed cotton fabric, the above dyed fabrics showed excellent results in terms of fastness properties. Herbal Textile is finished entirely with herbal extractions, without using any chemicals. These herbs are applied directly to the fabric with the help of natural ingredients, so that the medicinal value of the herbs can be kept intact. No chemical process is adopted while finishing process. Herbal treated cloth has the ability to protect us from various skin diseases, provides relief from viral infected disease and mental depressions since the herbal finished clothes or garments come in prolonged contact with the human body. The medical properties of herbs are known to cause no damage to the human body.
Keywords: Health care textiles, shocks wears, Terminalia Chebula, Turmeric, Fastness., beetroot, antimicrobial finish and Aloe Vera & Neem survey.
Cite Article: "HEALTHCARE TEXTILE DYED NATURAL SOCKS", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijrti.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.4, Issue 1, page no.79 - 84, January-2019, Available :http://www.ijrti.org/papers/IJRTI1901013.pdf
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