Patchouli Indonesia

Essential oil

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Fragrance side

Traditional tool in perfumery, patchouli essential oil is found in oriental bases, accompanied by rose notes, or in chypre accords. Patchouli brings out vetiver or oak moss notes and flowers, but also chocolate accords.

Lymphotonic and venous decongestant, skin and scalp tonic. Brings dreamers back into their carnal envelopes, allows them to express their emotions and sensuality.

*These aromatherapeutic properties are excerpted from specific works and are provided for information purposes only. They are not, under any circumstances, to be considered sufficient as a basis for any health claim or diagnosis for purposes of therapeutic application.

Patchouli is a subshrub native to India, Malaysia, and Southeast Asia. It has long, upright stems covered with broad, velvety green leaves. It is usually propagated through cuttings.
Its usage history began in 1844, the year a shipment of patchouli arrived in England. It was then mixed into the potpourri blends used to scent the salons of the wealthy. It later became popular in France through the importation of scented shawls from India and Indonesia. In the 1960s and 1970s, patchouli even became a symbol of rebellion and freedom in France.
The name even honors the foliage: Patchouli comes from the Tamil patch which means green and ilai which means leaf.

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