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Native Singaporean Orchid notes: C [(gaskelliana x lawrenceana) x intermedia] Blau x Lc Mini Purple Bla
C [(gaskelliana x lawrenceana) x intermedia] Blau x Lc Mini Purple Blau - Used in Oriental 9 (Women) for Team building Perfume workshop
It has large blue flowers on a relatively compact plant. Flowers will sepals and petals in varying intensity of blue with a much darker blue lip. The flowers have nice fragrance.
Therapeutic Orchid notes:
Chinese name: Zhuye Lan (bamboo leaf orchid). In Taiwanese (Hokien) dialect: chiau a hoe
Arundo is Latin for ‘reed’. Arundina is a grass-like, terrestrial orchid which resembles bamboo in vegetative form, and Cattleya in the appearance of its ﬂowers. Arundina is a familiar orchid in Southeast Asia. It is found in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka, southern China and Southeast Asia to the Ryukyu Islands and Tahiti.
Cymbidium hookerianum Rchb. f.
Chinese name: Hutou Lan
Chinese medicinal name: Hutou Lan
It ﬂowers from February to May in Bhutan; January to April in China.
Herbal Usage: Seeds are applied on cuts and injuries as a haemostatic in India. The Chinese herb which consists of the whole plant obtained from Yunnan is used to treat fractures and traumatic soft tissue injuries.
Chinese name: Qujing Shihu
Usage: The plant qualiﬁes for shihu since it is a Dendrobium which is exclusively saxicolous. Discovered only in 1986, efforts are now being made to cultivate this “rare medicinal plant” by simulating its habitat at the Xixia Forestry Bureau in Henan Province.
Dienia cylindrostachya Lindl. syn. Malaxis cylindrostachya (Lindl.) Kuntze
Description: A terrestrial orchid distributed in the Himalayas, Bhutan, Nepal and north-eastern India and a bit in Pakistan.
Usage: In Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, it is sold as a nutrient and tonic for use in general debility. Powdered pseudobulb is made into a tonic in.
Paphiopedilum micranthum Tang et Wang
Chinese name: Xiaohuadou Lan (small ﬂower pouch orchid)
Chinese medicinal name: Huayezi
It is a newly discovered, unique, terrestrial–lithophytic species distributed Yunnan, Guizhou, Guangxi and Vietnam. The ﬂowers are not scented and carry no nectar, and attract pollinators through food deception by ﬂoral mimicry.
Herbal Usage: It is bitter and cool. The whole plant is used to remove heat and toxins. It is believed to beneﬁt the brain and has the ability to calm the nerves. It is also used to treat pneumonia, measles and neurosis. For decoction, 10–15 g of the orchid is used.
Other scent notes
Amber, Cupuacu root, musk. clove, Lavender