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The info below is from Kimberly McNutt 
When I last spoke to my local FDA Office the Inspector I spoke to said...

1. You Can label your soap ingredients with these types of items,
but do not say it is used as a colorant.
2. List as an ingredient, in the list, in order of volume.
3. Insure all items you use are skin safe.


Marjoram Dried Herb (shades of green) 1/2 TO 3 TABLESPOONS IN SINGLE BATCH

Rosemary Ground Dried Herb (shades of light green often with specks) 2 TO 4 TABLESPOONS IN SINGLE BATCH

Nutmeg Dried Ground (shades of brown) I have not used it much but i used 1/2 teaspoon in a single batch and it was a nice light brown.

Cayenne Pepper Dried Ground Powder (shades of translucent orange often with specks) 1 TABLESPOON IN SINGLE BATCH

Cinnamon Dried Ground Powder (shades of rusty to dark rustic brown) 1 TO 3 TABLESPOONS IN SINGLE BATCH (SCENT WILL COME OUT IN SOAP)

Paprika Hungarian Pepper Dried Ground Powder (shades of orange) 1 TO 3 TABLESPOONS IN SINGLE BATCH

Poppy Seeds Whole (feels like tiny finger massage when the bar is used directly on the skin) (black spots great in vanilla soap as it looks like vanilla specks) 1/8 CUP IN SINGLE BATCH. I TRIED 1/4 AND IT WAS TOO MUCH. LOL

Turmeric Dried Ground Powder (shades of yellow to orange using too much can cause staining) 1 TEASPOON TO 2 TABLESPOONS IN SINGLE BATCH

Ground alkanet root powder (shades of blue to midnight black, only small amounts are needed) 1/4 TEASPOON TO 1/2 TABLESPOON IN SINGLE BATCH

Ground annatto seeds powder (shades of orange) 1 TO 3 TABLESPOONS IN SINGLE BATCH

Ground Slippery Elm Bark Powder (shades of brown) 1 1/2 TABLESPOONS IN SINGLE BATCH