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Contains Scented Notes of:
Celery - Check details at Scentopia's scent library
Native Singaporean Orchid notes: Lycaste Deppei
Lycaste Deppei - Used in Fresh 7 (Men) for Team building Perfume workshop
It grows on trees and rocks in humid forests and is a small to medium sized, cold to warm growing epiphyte. It is found carrying several apical, elliptic-lanceolate, plicate, deciduous, acuminate leaves that when fallen leave a few sharp spines. They have very fragrant flowers in the spring on a erect, several at once.
We picked up smell of Peppermint or soft Eucalyptus. Some people in our group think it smells of root-beer, other think its anti-septic.
Therapeutic Orchid notes:
Eulophia herbacea Lindl.
Chinese name: Maochun Meiguan Lan
Thai Name: Wan Mangmum
It is a terrestrial, herbaceous orchid occurring in lowlands in Indochina, Thailand, Bangladesh, throughout India.
Herbal Usage: Tubers are sold in Indian bazaars as salep misri. It is used as a tonic and blood puriﬁer for illnesses which are thought to be caused by impurities in the blood. In Thailand, the pseudobulbs are used to treat insect bites.
Habenaria longicorniculata J Graham Syn. Habenaria longecalcarata A. Rich.
Indian name: Devasunda. Tamil name: Kozhikilangu Japanese name: Oze-no-sawa-tombo
It ﬂowers in July to September in the Western Ghats; August to November in Tamil Nadu. It is found at 800–1900 m, extending to Orissa and Bihar in the north-East.
Herbal Usage: Natti Vaidyas (folk practitioners) reported during a meeting that fresh tubers were eaten to reduce scrotal enlargement. All parts of the plant can be used to control pain and swelling. A paste of crushed tuber is mixed with an equal volume of turmeric powder, and the resultant colored paste is applied to the affected site to correct leukoderma.
Pholidota pallida Lindl.
Chinese name: Eumaishixiantao
It is distributed from central Nepal, Bhutan, northeast India across south and southwest Yunnan to Myanmar, Thailand, Laos and Vietnam in forests at 800–2700 m in Yunnan and 500–2000 m in Nepal.
Herbal Usage: Paste of root and pseudobulb is used to relieve fever, powder to induce sleep and relieve abdominal pain. Juice is used for abdominal pain at the navel.
Other scent notes
Dash of lily of the valley, fresh hyacinth and wisteria