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Contains Scented Notes of:
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Native Singaporean Orchid notes: Cattleya Irene Teo Lai Kheng
Cattleya Irene Teo Lai Kheng - Used in Citrus 12 (Men) for Team building Perfume workshop
Cattleya Irene Teo Lai Kheng is an orchid hybrid originated by Woon Leng Nurs. in 2014. It is a cross of C. Aloha Case x C. coccinea. Very compact plants producing 2-4 flowers that are about 3 1/2" in size on each new growth. Most will be red to very deep purple with the lip also being in similar colours but with a yellow throat. Fragrant and good looking flowers.
Therapeutic Orchid notes:
Chinese name: Chichunshidou Lan (red lip stone bean orchid), Gaoshifodou Lan (Gaoshifo bean orchid), Wenxing Lan (stripe star orchid)
Widely distributed from the Ryukyu Islands of Japan through China, Indochina, Thailand and Myanmar to the foothills of the Himalayas. In Taiwan, the entire plant is used as a tonic, antipyretic, to reduce phlegm, and to stop bleeding .
Oberonia ensiformis (Sm.) Lindl. Syn. O. iridifolia Lindl.
Chinese name: Jianyeyuanweilan
Chinese medicinal name: Shubianzhu
Flowering season is September to November in China, October in Tamil Nadu, October to December at Palnis Hills, or November in much of India (Sikkim, Orissa, Western Ghats).
Herbal Usage: It is used to encourage diuresis, improve blood circulation and to treat cystitis, urethritis, injuries and fractures.
Goodyera henryi Rolfe
Chinese name: Guangebanye Lan (Naked bud spotted leaf orchid)
It has a long, creeping rhizome which terminates in a 10- to 15-cm-tall, erect stem.
Herbal Usage: The whole plant is used to promote blood ﬂow, and to treat snake bite, dysentery and lymphatic tuberculosis in Chinese herbal medicine.
Herminium lanceum (Thunb. ex Sw.) Vuijk
Chinese names: Shuangchunjiaopan Lan (two lips, angle plate orchid), Shuangshencao (two kidney grass), Chachunjiaopan Lan
Chinese medicinal name: Yaozicao
It is a terrestrial herb, thriving among grasses in forests, thickets and grassy slopes, and among rocks at 1100–3500 m. It ﬂowers from June to August or September in mainland China, April to September in Taiwan, July to August in Sikkim, July to October in Bhutan and June to August in Nepal. Herb is obtained from Shandong to Tibet and from Dongbei (Northeast China, Manchuria) to Guangxi and Taiwan.
Herbal Usage: The root is said to beneﬁt the lung; it is used to treat tuberculosis. It also beneﬁts the kidney, strengthens the muscles and bones and stops bleeding. The decoction is prepared with 6–15 g of the herb. In India, it enjoys usage as a nutrient or a tonic.
Pinalia graminifolia (Lindl.) Kuntze Syn. Eria graminifolia Lindl.
Chinese name: Heyemao Lan (grainy leaf wooly orchid), Heyiping Lan
Medicinal name: Heyemohu (grainy leaf black epiphyte)
It is robust orchid which grows in large communities found in central and eastern Himalayas at 2000–3320 m, Myanmar, Tibet and Yunnan.
Usage: The whole plant is used as a tonic. It helps digestion. A decoction is prepared with 3–9 g of the orchid. It is used to nourish the stomach, promote the production of body ﬂuids, and to treat hot ﬂushes, fever, sweating, malaise and anorexia.
Other scent notes
Guava, Grapefruit, Kiwi and Lemon