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Contains Scented Notes of following in various proportions:
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Native Singaporean Orchid notes: Rhyncholaeliocattleya Tainan Gold 'Golden Oriole'
Rhyncholaeliocattleya Tainan Gold 'Golden Oriole'- Used in Fresh 10 (Men) for Team building Perfume workshop
Hybrid of Rlc (Toshie Aoki x Waianae Princess). Flowers are fragrant with a deep yellow orange with red flares at the ends of the petals and sepals. Lip is a deep red with two gold 'eyes' at the center.
Therapeutic Orchid notes:
Coelogyne nitida (Wall ex D. Don) Lindl. Syn. Coelogyne ochracea Lindl.
Chinese name: Mijingbeimu Lan
Nepali names: Silver Orchid in English, bhyanpat (Chepang), Salida, Sanit (Gurung), Chandi gabha, para phul (Nepali)
Phytochemistry: Ochrolide, a phenanthropyrone, and Ochrone A, 9.10-dihydro-1,4-phenanthraquinone together with coelonin are present in this orchid. Also a ochrolic, a monomeric phenanthrene derivative and a precursor to phenanthropyrones, was isolated.
Herbal Usage: Juice of the pseudobulb is recommended for stomach ache in Nepal.
Platanthera clavigera Lindl. syn. Habenaria densa Wall.
Chinese name: Zangnanshechun Lan
Chinese medicinal names: Jishencao (chicken kidney grass); Jishenzi (chicken kidney); Yaoshenzi (waist and kidney); Shuangren (double kernels); Shenjingcao (kidney herb)
It occurs in Kashmir, Nepal and Bhutan at 2300–3400 m. Jishencao is collected in August and September for medicinal usage.
Herbal Usage: The entire plant is used to strengthen the kidneys and loins, especially for the impotence or sexual dysfunction, hernia, and enuresis affecting children. It nourishes the lungs and kidneys
Vanilla griffithii Rchb. f.
Indian name: Telinga kerbaoo
It is distributed in India, southern Thailand, Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo at low elevations, rooting in the ground and climbing trees in shady locations.
Herbal Usage: The large fruit is sweet and edible, tasting like small bananas. It is eaten as a vegetable in India. An aqueous extract of its ﬂowers is applied on the body to treat fever. Juice from the leaves is applied on the hair to encourage thick growth. In Indonesia, the milky sap of the stems is used as a hair-promoting shampoo
Other scent notes
Sea Salt, Aqua, honey, Dash of white musk, rosemary, carnation, lily of the valley, Vetiver, rosewood and oak moss