Biomaterials in nature often exhibit hierarchical chiral structures with an intriguing mechanism involving the transfer of hierarchical chirality from the molecular to the supramolecular and nano- or microscale levels. To improve cross-level charisma transfer, here we present one host-guest complex system built with β-cyclodextrin (β-CD), sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS), and fluorescent dyes that exhibit versatile chirality, including molecular chirality. β-CD, β-CD / SDS Host – guest complexes with supramolecular cirrhosis, improvised nanostructure of chiral lacquer, mesoscopic chirality of assembled ivory tube, induced chiral tube stiffness. Hierarchical chirology involved the process of self-healing of a wound incision, which can be identified by small-angle X-ray scanning, optical studies, circular dichroism and circularly polarized luminescence spectral measurements. Preferred for the self-conformation of the chiral lacquer, intensely circularly polarized luminescence was observed with a large dissymmetry factor of up to +0.1 in the complexes featured by Achiral dyes. This work thus allows for the creation of hierarchical chiropractic materials based on self assembly of scaffolds.