Tibetan people dedicate their lives for religion. Sandalwood is used to accompany daily worship in Tibetan households and traditional religious rituals. Furthermore, Tibetans believe that the scent of sandalwood helps bring them wisdom during meditation and leads them to the way of the Buddha.
Australian lavender was widely talked about as a high-quality lavender essential oil. The quality of soil, climate and mineral water in Australia has provided Australian lavender oil and fragrance with a more naturally tender sensation than that from France.
The rose is widely used as a historical symbol of England. Moreover, the rose has literary value since its presence as metaphors in poems and plays written by William Shakespeare as a symbol of true love. Therefore, the rose became the international symbol for love.
Presenting the very essence of tenderness and femininity, jasmine flowers make people fall in love with its scent. Moreover, being considered as the symbol of happiness and prosperous married life, jasmine flowers are widely used for weddings in Asia.
The word ‘Siam’ or ‘Siamese’ has been used to refer to Thai people. Lemongrass is one of Thai herbs which have been used as the signature of Thai-style spa, while traditional Thai massage has long been regarded by many as the world’s best massage.
A Cherry blossom is known as “Sakura” in Japan. Japanese believe that the flower represents the Buddha and luck. This belief is shown through Japanese arts including painting, instrument, and the country’s national dress called “Kimono” which represents feminine beauty and gentleness.