Pitate flowers grow on a shrub the Polynesians plant in their garden close to the rooms. Thus in the evening, flowers release all their smelling and embalmment inside the "Fare" (House in Tahitian). In the Eastern countries, Jasmine is the flower of love. Traditionally, the Tahitians washed their face with Pitate water, used monoi Pitate on their body and hair. The Pitate fragrance remains.
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