Gardenia tahitensis (sometimes referred as Gardenia taitensis) is also known as Tahitian gardenia or Tahitian tiare. Tiare means flower in Tahitian. Tiare is native to the highland shores of Melanesia and Western Polynesia. It is considered as the queen of Polynesian flowers, it’s the emblem of Tahiti. The flower is pure white, shaped like a pinwheel and set off by dark green. Traditionally used in leis and placed behind the ears of Vahines, Tiare is one of the main ingredients in French Polynesia’s traditional pharmacopoeia. It is believed to effectively relieve migraine and earache, heal wounds, and even cure certain types of eczema.
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|Form at 25°C||Liquid|
|Preservative||Potassium Sorbate, Sorbic Acid|
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