Sample in small vial and small Satyrion (orchis) roots, in deep purple pouch
The ancient world held one Aphrodisiac above all others, an Orchid tuber called “Satyrion”. This inspired a perfume with antique animalic Musk, 100-year-old Civet paste, Rose Otto antique and True Ambergris blended with many other scents renown for their amorous qualities.
Included with this rare oil comes two Orchis/Satyrion Roots saturated with Satyrion perfume to carry as a lovers token or sachet....These are very close to the original ancient aphrodisiac .Give it to the one you desire to stir love and passion.
(not for ingestion or for Vegans)
I could only make a dozen vials of the rare love potion. It is a highly erotic, a narcotically sweet and animalic scent.
On Satyrion Roots included with each vial....
In the ancient world, there was a very well known aphrodisiac called “Satyrion” . It was the tuber or root of the orchid (orchis) flower, a blossom that visually and supposedly medicinally brought the user intense sexual vigor. Through the ages its fame grew was it could be seen in courts and bordellos worldwide. To get a feel of the decadent nature of Satyrion, take a peek at one of Fellini’s most notorious films “Satyricon”
Fellini Satyricon trailer...
“Satyrion was also a very well known aphrodisiac in the seventeenth century. It worked based on the ‘doctrine of signatures’, which suggested that the qualities of a plant (or other substance) was revealed by its external form. In this case, phallic shaped plants and vegetables could enhance the sexual organs and improve sexual prowess. Several plants were thought to work in this way including carrots and parsnips, but the most widely written about was Satyrion.”
The orchis tuber is also used in the east as a tonic for help and wellbeing , it is also known as “Salep”
The Ancient Romans used ground orchid bulbs to make drinks, which they called by a number of names, especially satyrion and priapiscus. As the names indicate, they likewise considered it to be a powerful aphrodisiac. Of salep, Paracelsus wrote: "behold the Satyrion root, is it not formed like the male privy parts? No one can deny this. Accordingly, magic discovered it and revealed that it can restore a man's virility and passion".