from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Piperonal.
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- n. piperonal
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same, as piperonal.
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Heliotropin is a molecule found in vanilla and smells floral, vanillic, and slightly almond-like there is a lot of heliotropin in Tahitian vanilla beans.
When Glass Petal Smoke asked him if there was a little heliotropin in the mix Kaiser responded with scientific precision, This heliotropin related note is mainly generated by the interaction of the main constituent hydroquinone dimethyl ether with beta-ionone including derivatives and methyl cinnamate.
Do I like heliotropin so much, my body is willing to cross the wires so that Lentisque, Ambret Seeds, Jasmine, Melon, OrisIris, Turkish Rose Absolute, Musk, Haitain Vetiver oli, Voluptuous Amber /whatever ingredients are really there organize themselves to register as heliotropin?
Maybe my body is just being very smart; research has shown that the aroma of heliotropin reduces anxiety.
I'll return toLentisque, and attempts to describe it...but for now, am enjoying it as a medium-light vaguely green heliotropin delivery system.
It is very perfumey at first: violet accord that is both powdery like orris and wet and woody like cassie underlined by noticeable dosage of heliotropin - that vanillic molecule that makes heliotrope smells so sweet, almondy and plasticky all at once.
Victoria, you have suggested heliotropin, is it milky and balsamic with a cut of sweetness but dry-powdery?
Tahitian vanilla may contain less vanillin than the Bourbon variety, but it possesses heliotropin, a distinguished molecule that has garnered attention in the medical community.
William Redd and Sharon Manne, researchers at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, conducted tests utilizing the diffused molecule and found that the odor of heliotropin reduced anxiety in cancer patients receiving magnetic resonance imaging scans.
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