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24 Apr
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NAME: Patchouli

LATIN NAME: Pogostemon Cabin


ORIGIN: Philippines

HABITAT: Asia, West Africa, South America

BOTANICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Patchouli is the most famous species of perennial tropical herbaceous frutescent plants from the large Pogostemon (lat. Pogostemon) family. The genus includes at least 90 different species. Subshrub can reach one and a half meters in diameter and height. Patchouli has vertical hard stems, soft leaves with a strong pleasant smell and white or pale lilac flowers with bright purple specks. They are collected in brush in verticils from 10 to 15 pieces. The fruit of the plant is a nut.

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION: The chemical composition of patchouli is well studied. It includes apigenin, cinnamic acid, anethole, eugenol, patchoulol, beta caryophyllene, flavones, esters, volatile oil, ombuin, rhamnetin.


The plant should not be used during pregnancy and lactation.

People with gastritis and peptic ulcer should also avoid using patchouli.

It is not recommended for patients with asthma.

Individual intolerance should be taken into account.


The history of patchouli in perfumery, everyday life and medicine goes into deep antiquity.

Hindus use the plant to flavor fabrics, linen, as well as to scare away insects. Patchouli came to the European continent from India. Women were fascinated by the fragrance that Indian fabrics produced. Expensive goods fragrant with this exquisite incense, and soon it became associated with the mysterious and luxurious East.

Patchouli has long been considered a sacred plant and was a mandatory attribute of the wedding ceremony.

There is a belief that patchouli has close ties with the financial well-being, so it should never be thrown away or disregarded because it will immediately affect its owner.


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