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Contains Scented Notes of following in various proportions:
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Native Singaporean Orchid notes: Zygopetalum Artur Elle ‘Tanzanite’
Zygopetalum Artur Elle ‘Tanzanite’ - Used in Floral 4 (Men) for Team building Perfume workshop
These plants are hybrids of highly awarded Zygo. Artur Elle 'Tanzanite'. The seedlings are very similar to its parent.
Likes intermediate conditions and never wants to become dry at the roots. They are super fragrant with a hyacinth scent but sweeter. It's spicy with notes of aromatic-floral and even faint rose.
Therapeutic Orchid notes:
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.
Chinese Name: Dabaoshidou Lan (large bud stone bean orchid)
Dense dark purple flower look like catkin. In China, it ﬂowers from October to January, in October to January in Bhutan and November in Nepal. It is obtained from Sichuan and Yunnan.
Entire plant is used to treat painful joints and numbness.
Hemipilia cordifolia Lindl. Syn. Hemipelia yunnanensis (Finet) Schltr.
Chinese names: Dianshehui Lan (Yunnan beak tongue orchid), Xinyeshehui Lan
Chinese medicinal name: Niudanshen
Taiwanese name: Yu Shan Yi Ye Lan (Jade moun- tain single leaf orchid)
The species is distributed in Nepal, Bhutan, northeast India, Myanmar, Xizang Yunnan, Sichuan at 1500–3500 m and in Taiwan. On the island, it is found in the Central Mountain Range at 2500–3000 m on grassland.
Herbal Usage: Chinese herbalists believe that the root beneﬁts the kidney. It is diuretic, and is also used to treat hernia and kidney diseases. A decoction is made with 6–15 g of the herb
Tropidia curculigoides Lindl. Syn. Tropidia graminea Bl.; T. formosana Rolfe;
Schoenmorphus capitatus Gagne.
Chinese name: Duansuizhujing Lan. In Hong Kong: bamboo stemmed orchid
Malay names: Serugut, Ranchang hantu
Description: This is a very unusual terrestrial orchid which has the appearance of bamboo but with large, lanceolate, plicate leaves, which are widely spaced along the erect stem. It is distributed from India, Bhutan and Bangladesh across Southeast Asia to southern China, Taiwan, Australia and Fiji. In Bhutan, it ﬂowers in May. In China from June to August and in northeast India, November.
Usage: A decoction of the plant is used to treat malaria and decoction of the roots is used for diarrhea in Peninsular Malaysia and India. It has a similar usage in Bangladesh. There is no medicinal usage for this Orchid in China, but in India this is used for treating several common diseases.
Other scent notes
Pears, apricots, rose, birds of paradise, English Ivy & Musk