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Native Singaporean Orchid notes: Bulbophyllum Comosum
Bulbophyllum Comosum - Used in Fresh 8 (Men) for Team building Perfume workshop
Tall 13.8cm upright inflorescence with sharply pendant apex, second immature inflorescence. Plant is leafless. Flowers are porrect, sepals and petals white, sepals needle-like, marginally hispid.
Flowers are wonderfully fragrant. Many website describes it a cinnamon, but got more of cinnamon with a bit of floral. And bit of moth balls., hay.
Therapeutic Orchid notes:
Habenaria petelotii Gagnep.
Chinese name: Liebanyufeng Hua
Chinese medicinal name: Danshencao
Taiwanese name: You Mao Yu Feng Lan (Little feather jade phoenix orchid)
The species is found in forests and along valleys in the southern provinces of China at 300–1600 m (Anhui, Zhejiang, Fujian, Guangdong, Jiangxi, Hunan, Guizhou, Guangxi, southeast Yunnan) and in Vietnam.
Herbal Usage: It is used in China to treat renal insufﬁciency, coughs from “heat lungs”, external injuries with bleeding, erectile dysfunction, hernia and nocturnal bed-wetting in children.
Goodyera repens (L) R.Br.
Chinese names: Nantoubanye Lan (Pocket-sized, etched/reticulated leaf orchid), Xiuzhenbanye Lan (Pocket-sized etched leaf orchid);
Xiaobanye Lan (Small speckled leaf orchid);
Huasheyizhijian (Floral snake single arrow.) North American Names: Dwarf rattlesnake plantain; Lesser rattlesnake plantain
Pakistani common name: Creeping Ladies Tresses
This is a small terrestrial herb with a tall, slim erect stem. It is distributed throughout the north- ern hemisphere from Scandinavia across Russia and China to Canada and northern USA. It grows in shady, leaf-strewn, humus-rich, moist ground in coniferous and deciduous forests or ravines and hill slopes.
The life history of the orchid is very interesting. Seed released in autumn stay dormant until spring, after which they germinate. During summer, the seedlings reach 1 mm in diameter but they acquire no roots or leaves until the next summer, their fourth growing season. Individual plants may take up to 8 years to ﬂower, after which the stem dies down, leaving a cluster of axillary shoots which then form a colony.
Phytochemistry: A small amount of alkaloid is present. It also produces loroglossin.
Herbal Usage: In Chinese herbal medicine, the whole plant is used to nourish the lungs and kidneys and to relieve pain. It is used to treat fever, weepy sores, tuberculosis, coughs, weak lungs, weak kidneys, asthma, dizziness, backache, nocturnal emission, impotence and snake bites.
In India, this is used to treat illnesses of women, stomach and bladder diseases. The chewed leaves are applied to reptile bites. The mashed leaves are used to prevent infant rash. It is also used as salep.
Other scent notes
Fresh cut grass, clover & hint of wisteria