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Contains Scented Notes of:
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Native Singaporean Orchid notes: Rhyncholaeliocattley
Therapeutic Orchid notes:
Liparis dunnii Rolfe
Chinese names: Dachunyangersuan (big lip sheep ear garlic), Fujianyangersuan (Fujian Province goat ear garlic)
Chinese medicinal name: Shuangyejinqiang
This narrowly-endemic species was originally discovered during a botanical expedition in cenral Fujian province in 1903 growing on rocks at Tze Chuk Hang
Habenaria hollandiana Santapau
Plant is robust, erect, terrestrial, with prominent longitudinal veins, that is distributed in eastern Himalaya, Assam and the Eastern Ghats.
Herbal Usage: Kondareddies and Valmikis of Andra Pradesh use a fresh paste of the plant to treat scorpion stings. Tubers are also made into a paste to treat scorpion stings and maggot-infected sores in Bangladesh.
Malaxis monophyllos (Linn.) Sw. var. Monophyllos Syn. Liparis japonica (Miq.) Maxim
Chinese name and medicinal name: Yangersuan (sheep ear garlic)
Japanese name: Seitakasuzumushiso
It occurs as a lithophyte on moss-laden rocks in shady locations in China (Dongbei, Shanxi, Hebei, Shaanxi, Gansu, Sichuan and Guizhou) and Japan. Flowering season is June to August.
Herbal Usage: Its medicinal properties include- “stimulating blood circulation, regulating menstruation, haemostasis, relief of pain, strengthening the heart, tranquilising, stopping severe diarrhea, alleviating leucorrhea and relieving postpartum abdominal pain. It is also used as an emergency treatment for external injuries”. It can reduce inﬂammation, dissolve extravasated blood and cause swellings to subside. The whole plant is used to stop pain and bleeding, especially in cases of trauma, continuous inter-menstrual bleeding and discharge.
Other scent notes
Mandarin, Georgia peach, purple plums, Valencia grapes and violets