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Native Singaporean Orchid notes: Sophrolaeliocattley
Sophrolaeliocattley- Used in Oriental 10 (Women) for Team building Perfume workshop
Compact plant having rich pink flowers with a darker pink lip. Fragrant. Hybrid of Lc Aloha Case 'Hawaiian Style' x Slc Kauai Starbright A mini cattleya that produces large fragrant flowers. This hybrid has received many awards in the past. Wonderful fragrance!
Therapeutic Orchid notes:
Cypripedium guttatum Sw.
Chinese name: Zidianshao Lan
Chinese medicinal name: Banhuashaolan
The small pink ﬂowers appear from May to July. It can be found in both open and shady habitats over a wide geographical.
Herbal Usage: The roots and leaves have been used in eastern Russia and Siberia to treat epilepsy.
Hemipilia flabellata Bureau & Franch
Chinese names: Duyeyizhi Hua (one leaf ﬂower), Meteor rain grass, Shanchunshehui Lan
Chinese medicinal name: Duyeyizhi Hua (soli- tary leaf ﬂower)
It grows in damp, humus-rich soil, sometimes in mossy places on the ground or in rock crevices at the edge of lime-stone forests at 2500–3200 m in Sichuan, Yunnan and Tibet and in the Shan state of Myanmar.
Herbal Usage: Herb is obtained from Sichuan, Yunnan and Guizhou. The drug prepared from the orchid is used to “moisten the lungs”, and is used to treat dry coughs, tuberculosis, trauma, excessive sweating and renal colic.
Orchis simia Lam.
Turkish names: Tavsantopugu, topanbas, solmazsoluk, puskullu
It is distributed from Europe to Iran and north Africa, occurring in meadows and sparse forests in sunny locations on neutral soils or limestone from lowlands to 1550 m.
Phytochemistry: It contains a phenolic glycoside, loroglossin, coumarin precursors, anthocyanins, cyanin, orchicyanins I and II.
Herbal Usage: It is used as Salep in Iran and Turkey.
Phalaenopsis deliciosa Rchb. f. syn. Kingidium deliciosum (Rchb. f.)
Chinese names: Xiaoe Lan (small moth orchid), Dajiannanghudie Lan
This is a small ﬂowered plant. Plants are short and form clumps by basal shoots. This is the most widely distributed species in its types. It is distributed from Sri Lanka and India across Yunnan, Myanmar, Thailand, Indochina, Malaysia and Indonesia to the Philippines in riverine forests from sea level to 300 m. Plants need light and humidity but not water-logging.
Herbal Usage: The whole plant is used in Taiwan to dispel cold and wind, and clear dampness.
Pleione humilis (Sm.) D. Don,
Pleione diantha Schltr., Epidendrrum humile Smith; Coelogyne humilis (Smith) Lindl., Cym- bidium humile (Smith) Lindl.
Nepalese name: Hathi tauke (meaning elephant head and referring to the shape of the ﬂower), Shaktigumba
Herbal Usage: A paste made from the pseudobulbs is applied to cuts and wounds in Nepal. Powder is consumed as a tonic.
Other scent notes
Sage, Cinnamon, cardamom, Ambertone, Musks, Spice mix, Choya Loban Hemoki, patchouli, opoponax