Other: guang huo xiang
Pogostemon cablin (Blanco) Benth.
Plant Family: Lamiaceae
Most people know patchouli as the ever popular incense scent from the Sixties, when it seemed to be every flower child's favorite perfume. It's slightly musty, pungent smell is unmistakable and pervasive, and it was often used as a fixative for other scents, or to mask more objectionable scents.
The furry-leafed shrub grows to about four feet in its native Malaysia, but can be grown as a houseplant throughout the world if you avoid the cold.
For topical applications and use as incense or potpourri.
Not for internal use.
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