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PACHOOLI | The name, scent and history.
Moist dark earthy basement, balsamic and herbaceous with a minty woody undertone
The original name patchouli comes from the old Tamil words / patchai / meaning ‘green’ and / ellai / meaning ‘leaf’. The highest quality oil is obtained from only 3-4 top pairs of mature tree leaves, where the highest concentration of the purest oil is found. An intricate process of drying and turning prevents rapid fermentation and after following a precise method the leaves release their intense aroma. Only a small number of distilleries are specialized in producing this highly refined extract, which finds its use in haute perfumery.
There are many / health and beauty benefits / from just a few drops of Pachooli perfume oil. It uplifts the mood, drives away disappointment, and relaxes tension. This is due to the impact that inhaling the aroma of patchouli has on the hormones and various chemical reactions in the body and mind. By stimulating the release of pleasure hormones like serotonin and dopamine, feelings of anger and sadness simply disappear.
Ingredients: Pachooli contains pulverized leaves from the patchouli plant distilled in sandalwood oil and mixed with sweet almond oil.
TTTR packaging | Leather pouch
The leather pouch which holds the TTTR perfume bottle, is easy to carry in your purse. Our exclusive soft leather pouch comes in black and brown, it has two drawstrings.
The TTTR leather pouch is inspired by / kuppi / traditional leather carriers of ittr perfume oil.
TTTR Miniature cotton pouch | Cotton Pearl
Our miniature oil-printed pouch holds a piece of cotton. This little pouch is a traditionally required accessory next to the soft black leather pouch which holds the perfume bottle. Both are easy to carry in your purse. The oil-print is an original design by Tanja Gobitz, founder and owner of TTTR
Apply TTTR on a cotton ball the size of a pearl; touch the preferred pulse points and then insert the cotton pearl in the in-curve of the external ear known as the crest of helix in the right ear, where at this point the five cranial nerves come together and form a nerve centre, which are known as life regulating points.
Till today Indian saints and spiritual aspirants embellish themselves with perfume oil on a cotton boll placed at the crest of helix to assist them in their meditative state to attain enlightenment.