Abelmoschus moschatus

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Synonyms for Abelmoschus moschatus

bushy herb of tropical Asia grown for its yellow or pink to scarlet blooms that resemble the hibiscus

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Purple Andean orchid, magnolia and Colombian coffee flower are in the middle, with a base of amberwood, ambrette seeds, vanilla.
Musk ambrette ozellikle erkek kozmetiklerinde bulunur.
Fragrances have long contained several neurotoxic compounds such as musk ambrette (Spencer et al.
TRAVEL INFORMATION As well as the traditional whelks and cockles stalls and excellent fish bars The Ambrette Indian restaurant is a surprising jewel in the culinary crown of Margate.
Especially Escada has top notes of pear combined with exotic and musky ambrette seeds.
Finally, the background of the fragrance warms with enveloping blonde woods, iris notes, ambrette seed and crystalline musks.
Key launches here included Annick Goutal's Musc Nomade, part of the brand's Les Orientalistes collection, described as a sensual, chiaroscuro scent which blends white musks ambrette, muscone and angelica with tonka bean, labdanum and Bombay wood to create a scent that is lightly powdery but not clean.
The heart comprises white pepper, ambrette and vanilla while the dry down is composed of cedar, Siamese benzoin and tonka bean.
Some fixatives are oils such as patchouli, sage and sandalwood; balsams, gums and oleoresins such as benzoin, myrrh and oakmoss; and synthetics such as vanillin, musk ambrette, benzyl cinnamate and ethyl phthalate.