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Tuberose
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Tuberose is an intense creamy white carnal flower with green nuances.

SCENT THERAPY

+Aphrodisiacs +Confidence

HOW IT WORKS?

Tuberose’s narcotic scent contains indole (also produced by our skin during human intimacy) which stimulates parts of the brain that are responsible for sexual feelings and arousal. It also provides emotional strength from stress and tension.

DO YOU KNOW?

The pollen of tuberose was used by Papa Smurf as the ultimate antidote in "The Purple Smurfs" to restore the Purple Smurfs back to normal blue colour.

Legend also says that Tuberose are known for its aphrodisiac and bewitching power. It was forbidden for young girls to inhale the scent of tuberose or go close to the flower after dark as it releases intense fragrance after dusk. They were afraid smelling would give them “unchaste thoughts.”

HOW IS IT EXTRACTED?

The tuberose blossoms are still in buds when delicately hand-picked, so that as they wilt, they can release their full aroma. It takes over 1200 kg of buds to render 200g of tuberose absolute, which makes tuberose one of the most expensive natural raw materials to use.

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Reference

Arney, K. (2020, January 27). Indole. Chemistry World. https://www.chemistryworld.com/podcasts/indole/3010562.article. 

Death Scent. (n.d.). The chemistry of death and desire. Death/Scent. https://deathscent.com/2016/01/19/the-chemistry-of-death-and-desire/.
Rakthaworn, P., Dilokkunanant, U., Sukkatta, U., Vajrodaya, S., Haruethaitanasan, V., Pitpiangchan, P., & Punjee, P. (2009). Extraction methods for tuberose oil and their chemical components. http://docplayer.net/43509616-Extraction-methods-for-tuberose-oil-and-their-chemical-components.html.