Shree Nag Champa Agarbathi Incense Sticks
The world famous nag champa is an Indian fragrance containing frangipani and sandalwood. A studio staples, the intoxicating fragrance lasts for hours after the stick has been used.
The Nag Champa blend can be used to sanctify or purify a space and is a good aid to meditation or deep relaxation.
Organic Shree incense sticks are premium masala sticks handrolled in India, and made from organic, pure herbs, resins and essential oils..
Golden Nag Chandan Sandalwood Agarbathi Incense Sticks
The finest spices, herbs, floral extracts and exotic oils as well as other natural ingredients are carefully selected and skilfully blended for their positive influence on this wonderful scent.
Sandalwood has a purifying and healing effect on yourself, your environment and gives inner balance.
Satya Nag Champa Frgrant Myrrh Agarbarthi Incense Sticks
Made in India by Traditional Masala Method
Satya Myrrh Incense from the famous Satya Shrinivas Sugandhalaya. Myrrh has a smoky, sweet or sometimes bitter smell. The word Myrrh comes from the Arabic word “Murr” meaning bitter. Warm, Spicy, Radiant and Sensual. Myrrh is a classic and ancient fragrance ingredient. It is also an aromatic tree resin and has been throughout history as a perfume, incense and for medicinal purpose.
HEM Palo Santo Agarbarthi Incense Sticks
Palo Santo is also called holy wood. It has been used for a long time among the indigenous people of South America in all kinds of rituals.
Burnt for clearing spaces energetically they can also e used for meditation and creating sacred space as well as protection.
Natural ingredients are used during production, such as resin, bark, wood and oil. In this way the incense sticks get their powerful, authentic scent.
Clean your home and relax with the woody scent of Palo Santo.
HEM White Sage Agarbarthi Incense Sticks
White Sage Incense cleanses the space of negativity and is also believed to aid concentration. This fragrance is known for its smudging powers and helps get rid of all negativity in an environment. Hence it is popularly used for rituals, before ceremonies, for smudging, across many cultures and continents. The fragrance lingers much after the incense has actually been lit. Thus keeping the home or office smelling positive and good for hours together. Regular usage helps maintain concentration. Based on traditional fragrance formulas, this fragrance smells herbaceous, woody, and slightly astringent scent.
HEM Seven Chakras Agarbarthi Incense Sticks
A blend of natural ingredients became the basis for spicy, fresh, floral, wooden, powdery or sweet scents that are transcendental
Chakras are the energy centers in the physical and spiritual human body. These are located consecutively from your tailbone, in the pelvis just below the navel, the solar plexus under the sternum, in your chest at the heart, throat, between the eyebrows and above the crown. Each of these energy points play an important role in the body and therefore for its well-being. They influence body functions and emotions. Blockages within these energy centers can disrupt the free flow and so do the functions within your physical and spiritual body. This incense is aimed at restoring that balance and cleaning up the energy channels.
Padmini Spiritual Guide Agarbarthi Incense Sticks
The most popular incense has a mild fragrance with a balsamic note. An art inherited from the ages, when art flourished. And immortal sculptures and architecture were created. Complementing their beauty were skillful blends of natural fragrances rolled on sticks – Spiritual Guide being one of them. Light a stick for a transporting aromatic experience to calm your mind. Guide your inner self to celestial heights or to enhance the mood of the moment.
Mango Wood Incense Burner Sustainably Farmed
Mango Wood is a sustainable and eco-friendly material. Mango trees grow quickly but stop producing fruit after 8-10 years, when they must be cut and replanted. Rather than discarding the wood and letting it rot (which releases CO2 into the air), farmers sell the wood to make these beautiful incense stick holders. This gives their local community extra revenue and reduces harvesting of other wild woods.