the TianZi transportable distill
Angkor jungle skin oil
Lemon pepper tree essential oil (Zanthoxylum acanthopodium, Rutaceae)
Carrier oil (Camellia oleifera, Theaceae)
Chinese rose essential oil
Chinese rose powder
Skin treatment formula 1 for light acne
Skin treatment formula 2 for serious acne
Skin treatment formula 3 for scars caused by
Zanthoxylum acanthopodium, Rutaceae
The fragrance of fruits of the lemon pepper tree resembles citrus but
with a complex hint of hidden scents that remind of tropical mountain
forests in spring.
The trees grow in forests of Xishuangbanna and the Lahu ethnic minority
of the area is collecting the fruits and taking care of the trees.
Lemon pepper essential oil is of light yellow colour.
The hydrosol of lemon-pepper is coloured yellow with a green touch.
It holds a very pleasant aroma from volatile essential oils. In our
household we found the hydrosol particularly useful for: keeping ants
away from our tables (particularly the tiny ants that have a tendency
to climb into our computers); repelling mosquitoes, freshening shoes,
and as a wonderfully scented skin freshener. Our grandma is using it
for preserving food and in daily cooking. It is rare to find a product
with so many uses and that fills the air with a volatile and gentle
aroma, which the whole family appreciates.
products are developed by the
TianZi Biodiversity Research
& Development Centre
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Biodiversity protection, sustainable
crop production, and fair trade
in China and Asia's Mekong Region
tropical rain forest flowers, exotic
rare plants and herbs, products for gardening, horticulture, landscaping, health,
hobby, and on wholesale
in our store and contribute to biodiversity protection and fair trade
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design : water
amphibia : reptilia
: panda : takin
ecotourism : Xishuangbanna
: Shangrila : Yunnan
books : Buddhist
flowers : consulting :
science of ecology : medicine
bananas : ginger
: herbs : orchids
: trees : succulents
: lianas :
Gabrielle's traditional motive Chinese
jewelry : Wu Jialin's black and
rain forests : river
banks of the Mekong : pools : sacred
forests : sinter
terraces : chili growing
AIDS/HIV : asthma
: acne :
herpes : hepatitis
: cancer : diabetes
: health tea : malaria
: Puer tea : orchid
is the Thai internet portal for biodiversity products designed to protect endangered
species in cooperation with local ethnic communities
a project of the
BIODIVERSITY RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT CENTRE
Xishuangbanna, Yunnan, China
© 2000 - today
The tropical mountain
forests of Xishuangbanna, Yunnan, China, are the home of thousands of
species with a potential to develop health and cosmetics products.
TianZi Biodiversity Research
& Development Centre is devoting its work to finding these species,
researching their potential, farm them in forest-farming ecosystems, and
find market outlets.
and modern processing technologies are applied depending on crops and
quality requirements of the market.
For distilling essential oil we are using high quality copper for a traditionally
designed distilling apparatus. You can see
the distill here.
buying our products you are contributing to save these species from extinction.
ecologically friendly production:
Imagine, the traceability of your products leads your customers
to the tropical jungles of the Mekong river and to the Himalayan mountains
where Tibet meets Yunnan. Immerged in diverse culture and rich biodiversity,
your customers can visit the places and people where your products start
from pristine soils, clean air, and where they support the livelihood
of local ethnic communities.
Would this add to the sustainability and credibility of your business?
Would your trademark benefit from international
research publications lauding your company's involvement in saving the
If you are in the food, cosmetics, flower, herbal, and medical business,
certifying your products as contributing to biodiversity protection will
be an advantage with a competitive edge.
The TianZi Biodiversity Centre is working with German Universities to
design land use systems, which are bound to change paradigms: we promote
rare agro-biodiversity species, manage complexity, and find alternatives
to destructive forms of mono culture.
If all this is in line with your company's business concept - please contact
The TianZi Team.