Tulipol

Haben Tulpen Phenole in sich? Aber sicher doch!

Alle Blumen, alle Blüten haben Phenole. Polyphenole, Flavonoide. Verantwortlich für intensive Farbe und leckeren Duft.
Das gilt auch für Obst: je intensiver die Farbe (rot: Johannisbeeren, Kirschen, Erdbeeren; blau: Blaubeeren), desto mehr Phenole innen drin, desto stärker der Entwickler!
Polyphenole sind darüberhinaus berühmt dafür, dass sie unseren Körper vor Umgebungsstress schützen: Luftverschmutzung, freien Radikalen und zu fettigen Pommes.
Katzen können Phenole übrigens nicht gut verdauen, deswegen Vorsicht! Sie knabbern zwar unglaublich gerne an diesen frischen, quietschenden Tulpenblüten, aber sie sollte nicht zuviel davon essen, das ist schlecht für ihre Nieren.
Mein Tulpenentwickler ergab einen sanften, aber auch kräftigen Entwickler! Und er roch gut!

REZEPT

  • 1 l Tulpentee
  • 80 g Soda
  • 24 g Vitamin C

Do tulips contain phenols? Of course!

All flowers, all blossoms have phenols. Polyphenols, flavonoids. Responsible for intense colour and delicious fragrance. Same with fruit: the more intense the colour (red: currants, cherries, strawberries; blue: blueberries), the more phenols inside, the stronger the developer!
Polyphenols are also famous for protecting our bodies from environmental stress: air pollution, free radicals and greasy fries.
By the way, cats cannot digest phenols well, so be careful! They love to nibble on those fresh, squeaky tulip flowers, but they shouldn’t eat them, it’s bad for their kidneys.
My tulip developer made a gentle but also powerful developer! And it smelled good!

RECIPE

  • 1 Tulip Tea
  • 80 g soda
  • 24 g vitamin c

2 thoughts on “Tulipol

  1. Thank you so much for this recipe! wanted to ask if the developer would work with reversal film with a potassium permanganate bleach?

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    1. I am not sure if it is strong enough … Caffenol works quite well (very warm and extra strong!)! Tulipol … you will have to try. Make it warm!

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