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Calm of Buddha Temple by Singapore Memories

Calm of Buddha Temple by Singapore Memories Singapore as a country prides itself on religious diversity and freedom. Hence, it is home to plenty of temples, churches and other places to practice faith.   In these places, besides faith, another thing common is the scent of incense. These experience are new as well as ancient.   Archaeologists have found fragments of terra-cotta vessels that were used to cultivate floral waters for therapeutic purposes. These earthy scents date back as far as 3,000 B.C., or about 5500 years ago.   But why and how does it work? Well! Something significant happens in the brain when we smell aromas. The olfactory bulb sends information to the amygdala, which is involved with experiencing emotions, and...

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Therapeutic orchids of Asia by Singapore Memories : Vanda Miss Joaquim

Therapeutic orchids of Asia by Singapore Memories : Vanda Miss Joaquim Have you ever been curious as to why we have Vanda Miss Joaquim as our national flower? Vanda Miss Joaquim var. Agnes was chosen as Singapore’s national flower on 15 April 1981 as part of an overall effort to foster national pride and identity. Vanda Miss Joaquim beat 40 flowers, out of which 30 of them were also orchids, to be christened as Singapore’s national flower. Among the different varieties of Vanda, the variety “Agnes” was chosen, particularly for its vibrant colours, resilience and year-round blooming quality – qualities which reflect the Singapore spirit of uniqueness and our hybrid culture of different ethnicity. Now, you would find motifs of...

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Atas by Singapore Memories

Atas by Singapore Memories “So Atas!” Or in other words “Sophisticated” & Elegant” is a Singlish complement. What is Singlish? Colloquial Singaporean English is lovingly called “Singlish” . It’s a mix of English, Malay, Hokkien, Teochew, Cantonese, Tamil and perhaps American and Australian as well.   This is one of the most sophisticated smell created for an elegant and spirited women’s loving home. The chypre composition develops step by step that starts with citrus freshness and jasmine heart, evolving into elegant patchouli and chic chypre notes of Phalaenopsis Cornu-Cervi. It is one of the orchids selected by MAS to be printed on their $5 silver coin.   The flowers of these species are star-shaped and they are long-lasting, and so it its...

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Therapeutic orchids of Asia by Singapore Memories : Aerides family

Therapeutic orchids of Asia by Singapore Memories : Aerides  family   Orchids or floral scents are always the first note majority of ladies will be looking for in their perfume as orchids are a symbol of beauty and perfection. These flowery scents captured in their fragrances transform people back to the times where they first smelled these scents. However, these orchids oil are nearly impossible to naturally extract from the flower as it will take too much flowers for one drop of orchids oils. The secret to creating orchid scent is to create an illusionary scent that enable individual to remember these beautiful and gracious orchids flower. If you are orchid lover or someone who is looking to capture these...

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Asian Traditions by Singapore Memories

Asian Traditions by Singapore Memories Asia is full of customs and traditions that are handed down from generation to generation.  Our scent is influenced by several Asian culture, which can be experienced in Indian Ayurveda to Chinease Nan Jing to Kitab Tibb from Malaysia to Kampo from Japan and other recipes from Thailand, Indonesia, Taiwan and other Asian countries. These traditional systems focus on prevention and balance, while the modern medicine systems seeks to cure diseases and relieve symptoms. It is based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a balance between the mind, body, and spirit. Some of these herbal material are supposed to cure actual ailments, while others are believed to cure the soul. The scent of camphor, jasmine, mitti and woods...

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