carrageen costs but little, and is considered extremely salutary for persons of delicate constitutions.
The carrageen or Iceland moss, or lichen is one of the algae of the sea.
I have experimented with carrageen or Irish moss and the Sea-moss Farine preparation, and find them unsatisfactory.
After standing 24 hours, it can be used in the same way, as carrageen size.
The prepared body, shortly known as "the body," is at present always composed of boiled carrageen moss.
If bought in larger quantities the expenses for carrageen can still be reduced.
The rock seaweed (called dillisk) and carrageen moss are used.
carrageen smells slightly of iodine and when uncleaned tastes offensively salty.
In another chapter upon ox-gall I shall explain why the colors used with carrageen size must be transferred on alum paper.
Bandoline, a fixative for keeping hair in curl is commonly prepared from carrageen.