The ancient Thai folks grew Ironwood in the west of their house for they believed that it had myth in protecting the residents from bad omens. Its Thai name is ‘Boon Nag’, which means the protection of holy snake. This flower blooms at its prime during late summer to rainy seasons with sensually relaxing scent that diffuses in a pretty long distance.
Medically, its leaves are a great antidote to snake poison and of other animals. Being part of the flower used in Thai traditional Five-Pollen healing recipe, we extracted its moisturizing and anti-aging benefits to hydrate skin.