Flora Wood - Pack of 12 boxes (20gm each)
Rabindranath Tagore, the greatest poet and Noble Prize winner for literature has written a beautiful poetry titled 'The Champa Flower.' Rabindranath Tagore chose Champa flower as the theme of his poetry because of its attractiveness and exuberance.
The fragrance of Champa is placid. It is popular for its delicate scent and has been a part of the Indian culture right from ancient days. It is used in religious ceremonies especially for Goddess Laxmi. Champa flowers are used to make some of the world's most expensive perfumes as well.
(In Ayurveda, the tree is mentioned to pacify vitiated tridosha. It detoxifies poison, worm infestation, increase digestive power, diuretic and cures fever. Flowers reduce burning sensation, cures skin disease such as leprosy and ulcers). The aroma of the flower emits a unique warm fragrance which pacifies stressful mind allowing one to relax and breathe easily. The perfume of Champa has a soothing effect. Truly the tree and flower are divine; perhaps that's why lyricists could not resist using its reference in poetries and songs.