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Contains Scented Notes of following in various proportions:
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Native Singaporean Orchid notes: Rhyncholaeliocattleya Ta-Shiang Yellow Dragon
Therapeutic Orchid notes:
Dendrobium hookerianum Lindl.
Chinese Name: Jiner Shihu (gold earring Dendrobium)
This is one of the largest Dendrobium in terms of pseudobulb length. Flowers measure up to 10 cm across, and are among the largest in the Dendrobium genus. It occurs in central Nepal, northeastern India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Yunnan and Xizang and China.
Herbal Usage: The pseudobulbs are used to treat malaria and high fever.
Diploprora championii (Lindl) Hook. f.
Chinese names: Huangdiao Lan (yellow hanging orchid), Daodiao Lan (hanging upside-down orchid), Daochui Lan (swaying orchid), Niaolaidaochui Lan, Gaoshifodaochui Lan
Taiwanese name: Dao Diao Lan, Huang Diao Lan
D. championii is a small, pendulous, ﬂat-leaved, vandaceous epiphyte, which flowers in February to September in China, summer in Taiwan, June or August in Thailand, from June to November in India, and February, June, August and December in Sri Lanka.
Herbal Usage: The whole plant is used to treat traumatic injuries and fractures in Taiwan. It is also used for the treatment of physical injuries on the mainland China.
Eria scabrilinguis Lindl. syn. Eria corneri Rchb. f.
Chinese name: Banzhumao Lan (half pillar woolly orchid), Huangrong Lan (yellow woolly orchid), Darong Lan (big woolly orchid, Dayemaihu Lan (big leaf wheat orchid), Rong Lan (wool orchid), Suihuarong Lan (spike woolly orchid), Mengbi Lan (grasshopper legs orchid), Ganshimao Lan (Gan family woolly orchid), Fangguanmao Lan (Fang and Guan woolly orchid). In Hong Kong: Corner’s Eria, Four- corners Eria.
Chinese medicinal name: Mengbi Lan
A beautiful orchid has long, many-ﬂowered inﬂorescences carrying small neatly spaced, yellow, star-shaped ﬂowers. It is distributed in southern China, from Taiwan to Fujian, Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou and Yunnan and Hainan. It is also present in the Ryukyu Islands and in Vietnam and Laos.
Usage: It is sweet in taste, and neutral in nature. The whole plant is antipyretic. It detoxiﬁes, beneﬁts the stomach, produces saliva and is used to treat hot illnesses, lack of salivation, thirst, night sweats and running. Plants are harvested in summer or autumn, washed, steamed, then sun-dried.
Liparis cespitosa (Lam.) Lindl.
Chinese name: Xiaohuayanger Suan (small ﬂowered goat ear garlic), Shisuantou (stone garlic), Yeshengyangersuan (goat ear garlic), Congshen-gyangersuan
It ﬂowers in September, January and March in Sri Lanka. The species enjoys a wide distribution from East Africa across the Himalayan foothills, southern China and Southeast Asia to the Paciﬁc Islands.
Herbal Usage: The whole plant is used in Taiwan to treat fever and remove toxins. In CTM terminology, it cools blood and stops bleeding.
Paphipedilum dianthum Tang et Wang syn. Paphiopedilum parishii (Rchb. f.) var. dianthum (Tang et Wang) Karasawa & Saito
Chinese name: Changbanduo Lan, Shuanghuadou Lan
It is a green-leaved epiphytic–lithophytic species. that occurs in south-west Guangxi, Guizhou and southern Yunnan at 1000–2300 m on trees and rocks in open forests.
Herbal Usage: In China, it is used to treat swollen liver and spleen.
Other scent notes
Aspen Tree, Ebony, Oak, paperbark