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mallika in the market

mallika :

Flowers Photograph by: Kobako


They also contain yellow pigments and hence used as substitute for saffron. 


Because of the high cost of Jasmine, it is susceptible to adulteration.


 Sampaguita is the Philippine national flower.
- Etymologically, it derives from the two Filipino words: sumpa and kita (I promise you). 
- It is also one of the three national flowers of Indonesia. 

Commercial value:

Flavouring agent: to flavour tea in China, Making Perfumes,for making garlands and bouquets and for religious offerings.

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