Here's the deal-
Soap (the sodium salt of a long chain fatty acid: CH3-(CH2)n-COONa) can be enhanced (made bubblier-more colorful and fun) when gugamela is added to it -
but the plant itself cannot produce Soap.
The recipe is: water with a bit of powdered detergent and crushed gumamelas (including leaves). This gugamella is the special secret ingredient that makes the bubbles bigger and better.
of course.......dishwashing liquid are mixtures of chemicals from other substances that's why we have different flavors of it....
It is a sticky liquid that came from Gumamela flower and plant
To make dish washing liquid from gunamela extract a person will need to combine powdered detergent together with the gunamela extract. The gunamela extract will make the powdered detergent foam and wok better.
You can make dishwashing liquid from gumamela by taking its extracts and making a solution. This process will require a lab. Add water and soap in gumamela extracts to make dishwashing liquid.
no shampoo is not a pure liquid
Shampoo is a liquad because shampoo is smooth and solids are as hard as a rock.
Shampoo is a liquid
because gumamela has an anti bacterial chemical that can make it bubbles.
mixed leaves with the liquid soap
Shampoo is a liquid.
Vanilla extract is a liquid. You will want to use a Pure Vanilla Extract for optimum results.