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Contains Scented Notes of:
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Native Singaporean Orchid notes: Gongora Quinquenervis
Gongora Quinquenervis - Used in Woody 2 (Men) for Team building Perfume workshop
Gongora is an epiphytic genus of sympodial orchids that are usually found between 0 and 1000m in wet tropical forests. They are easy to grow into large and showy plants.
Very sweetly fragrant with notes of cinnamon, cloves and lily-of-the-valley. What makes its scent so great is presence of Natural Eugenol and Linalool
Therapeutic Orchid notes:
Habenaria marginata Colebr.
Indian and Bangladeshi name: Humari
Common Name: Golden Yellow Habenaria
It ﬂowers from July, and fruits ripen by November in India. Flowering season is August to September in Bhutan and October to November in Nepal.
It is a small terrestrial herb distributed over a large area that extends from Pakistan across northern India to Orissa, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh to Myanmar and Thailand.
Herbal Usage: In the Niyamgiri Hills of Orissa in India, it is used to treat malignant ulcers. It is also reported as being used in Bangladesh to treat malignant ulcers Tubers are cooked and eaten as a vegetable at the Sanjay National Park in Madhya Pradesh.
Chinese name: Yellow Comb Orchid
Thai name (in Ubon Rachthani): Ma tak khok
Widely distributed from Hunan, Taiwan, Hainan, Sichuan and Yunnan southwards to Myanmar, Thailand, Indochina and Peninsular Malaysia, to Nepal, Sikkim and Bhutan. Thai herbalists use the whole plant to make a tonic .
Goodyera R. Br.
Chinese name: Banye Lan
Chinese medicinal name: Banyelan
Japanese name: Shusu Ran
Members of the genus are known as “rattlesnake plantain” in North America. Like many terrestrial orchids, these orchids are also dependent on speciﬁc groups of fungi for their existence. Nitrogen acquisition by the orchid was predominantly through a fungus-dependent pathway.
Thrixspermum centipeda Lour.
Thai name: Kratai hu dieo, Ta khap lueang, Tin ta khap, Ueang maeng mumkhao
It is an epiphytic species that flowers in June to July in China; July to September in Thailand. It is widely distributed from Bhutan to Hong Kong and Indonesia.
Usage: Whole plant is used to treat asthma in Thailand
Vanilla aphylla Blume
Thai Name: Khot nok kut (in Surat Thani), Khruea ngu khieo (in Nakhon Ratchasima), Thau ngu khieo (in Saraburi)
Description: Stems are a dark green and ﬂattened. It is distributed in the southern half of Thailand, Myanmar, Indochina, northern Pen- insular Malaysia and Java.
Herbal Usage: The stem is used in the treatment of liver dysfunction in Thailand
Other scent notes
Pine, Cedar wood, sweet balsam, orange, berry