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Native Singaporean Orchid notes: Rhyncholaeliocattleya Sung Ya Green 'King Dragon'
Rhyncholaeliocattleya Sung Ya Green 'King Dragon'- Used in Fresh 11 (Men) for Team building Perfume workshop
Large fragrant yellow to chartreuse flowers with ruffled lip. Hybrid of Rlc Ports of Paradise x Rlc Meadow Morn. This is a standard complex-Cattleya hybrid. Expect plants to be 8”– 10” tall. Inflorescences will carry 2-3 flowers each.
Therapeutic Orchid notes:
Cypripedium fasciolatum Franch.
Chinese name: Dayezhuo Lan (big leaf spoon orchid)
Chinese medicinal name: Wugongqi
Herbal Usage: Herb is collected from Sichuan, Hebei and Shanxi. Roots and stems are diuretic and they are used to reduce swelling, improve blood ﬂow, clear phlegm and stop joint pains. It is often used to treat generalised oedema, swelling of the lower extremities, fractures and other traumatic injuries.
Orchis adenocheila Czerkiak
It is a small, cool growing terrestrial herb. Flowers are white or pale green, heavily spotted with red on the mid-lobe of the lip. Flowering season is spring. It is distributed from Trancaucasus to northern Iran at 1200 m.
Herbal usage: Tubers are used as salep in Turkey and Iran.
Cypripedium macranthos Sw.
Chinese names: Qilaixipuxie Lan (big ﬂowered spoon orchid), Dahuashao Lan (big ﬂowered spoon orchid), Dakoudaihua (large pocket orchid)
Chinese medicinal name: Dunshengcao, Wugongqi Japanese name: Atsumoriso
Phytochemistry: Lusianthrin and chrysin were isolated. They are both are antifungal compounds.
Herbal Usage: Chinese Herbals state that roots and stem promote diuresis, reduce swelling, clear ecchymosis, expel gas, stop pain and improve blood ﬂow. Pulverised, dried ﬂowers are used to stop bleeding from wounds. For oral consumption, the decoction is prepared with 6–9 g of the orchid plant and consumed with, or without, wine.
Goodyera procera (Ker-Gawl.) Hook.
Chinese names: Tushagen (convex yarn root), Gaobanyelan (tall etched leaf orchid) Zhengxijiao (middle brook abaca/leaf), Zhengxi Lan (middle brook orchid)
Chinese medicinal name: Shifengdan (stone wind pellet), Lanhuacao (orchid ﬂower herb)
Taiwanese names: Peng Sha Gen (borax root), Zheng Xi Jiao (straight stream leaf), Sui Hua
Ban Ye Lan (spiking etched leaf orchid)
It is an endangered species in India, but is widely distributed in Nepal, Bhutan, China and Hong Kong.
Usage: It “dispels wind, eliminates dampness, nourishes blood, relaxes muscles and tendons, removes numbness, and promotes recovery from hemiplegia”. The entire plant relieves rheumatism, relaxes the muscles, enlivens the blood, smooth the lungs, suppresses coughs and stops bleeding. It is used to treat tuberculosis, weak kidneys, backache, jaundice, asthma and traumatic injuries.
Other scent notes
Spearmint, spicy notes especially clove and black pepper with dash of orange