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Truly one of the longest shadows cast upon recorded history is the warrior king Alexander III of Macedon, whom all refer to as Alexander the Great. His influence upon the world's cultures is a wide swath of numerous elements, some of which we feature in this fragrance: created to assist you in your decisive battles.  To provide you the conquering advantage, we have enhanced this regal scent with our exclusive SWIMMING WITH SHARKS pheromone blend, specifically designed to calm the rough waters of the business world.

 

A fresh and clean blending of olive – a native plant of Greece and a major part of their commerce and culture since pre-recorded history — with apricot, a fruit which was not known to that nation until Alexander the Great introduced it sometime after 300 BC. The scent also features a touch of oleander, also a native plant of Greece, growing wildly in profusion in the hills, and interestingly enough, smells similar to the combination of olive and apricot all on its own. It's also a deadly poison...someone should have warned Alexander not to suck on the leaves.

 

APRICOT ~ Love, love, love! Romance, passion, femininity.
OLIVE ~ Peace, power, potency, fertility, healing, protection, lust.
OLEANDER ~ A poisonous plant with the traditional meaning of "caution, beware".

SWIMMING WITH SHARKS Pheromone Blend ~ Lends an air of respect, appeases and calms people who may bristle against those in authority, helps people to really listen to what you have to say. Contains mood elevating pheros, calming pheros, respect pheros, trust pheros.

 

Created by: Mara Fox

Description: Julie (luna65)

Label art: 

The Royal Collection, May 2011

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