(866) 929-2964CONTACT US
0item(s)

You have no items in your shopping cart.

Product was successfully added to your shopping cart.

Sacred Offerings

Set Ascending Direction

   

Items 1 to 10 of 36 total

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  1. Yerba Santa Incense Bundle 3-4 in.

    The Holy & Sacred Herb is known for its healing powers. Traditionally used as a smudge or incense for protection and purification. It has a long history of use as an Altar Offering and has been referred to as Portable Alter. Uplifting scent. Burn it to nurture and protect that which is ancient, sacred and wild within you. Use it when you need encouragement or courage.

  2. Wooden Cobra Tripod Stand - 6 in

    Handmade wooden cobra tripod stand. Use this for holding crystal balls or abalone shells. This wooden tripod is made from a single piece of wood, a wonderful piece of artistic talent. Shell not included. 6 inch size. Handmade in India.

  3. Wooden Cobra Tripod Stand - 4 in

    Handmade wooden cobra tripod stand. Use this for holding crystal balls or abalone shells. This wooden tripod is made from a single piece of wood, a wonderful piece of artistic talent. Shell not included. 4 inch size. Handmade in India.

  4. Wooden Ash Catcher Incense Burner

    Plain and practical, no nonsense ash catcher used for burning your stick incense. Made from sheesham wood, known commonly as Indian Rosewood, a hardwood indigenous to India. Small hole at one end is used to insert an incense stick and a carved groove down the center catches your burned incense ashes. Wood is waxed to bring out the natural color and grain and to give it a semi gloss finish. Hand made in India. Incense stick not included.

  5. Wiraqoya Loose Incense

    Wiraqoya grows in the high Andes mountains of Peru at an elevation of over 12,500 feet. It strong earthy aroma is used to lighten and clean energies. It is traditionally used by the Q'ero as an offering to the Apu's. It is also used to maintain the presence of the spirit of fire and when working with lightning, to feed and to offer ayni (scared resiprositcy). Wiraqoya can be burned as incense or as an offering in a despacho. Peru.
  6. White Sage Smudge Sticks - 5 in

    White sage from the coastal mountains of California. This is a broad leaf sage which is prized for its strong aromatic properties. White Sage has been used by Native Americans for thousands of years for cleansing, purifying ones self and others as well as an area of space through the technique of smudging.

  7. White Sage - Loose/Clusters

    White sage from the coastal mountains of California. This is a broad leaf sage which is prized for its strong aromatic properties. White Sage has been used by Native Americans for thousands of years for cleansing, purifying ones self and others as well as an area of space through the technique of smudging. 1oz of loose leaves and clusters.

    $4.00
  8. Tibetan Red Sandalwood Incense Sticks

    Tibetan Red Sandalwood Incense sticks are especially rich in red sandalwood which is originally found in south India. Solid stick form. 19 pieces, 8.5 inches long.  

  9. Tibetan Green Tara Incense Sticks

    Green Tara solid stick Incense is purely hand prepared from highly aromatic medicinal herbs and other precious substances.  The combination of genuine scented substances makes Green Tara incense richer and superior in quality than other incenses.  Individual box contains 21 solid sticks measuring 5.75 inches in length.   Use this incense for puja offerings and purification, but it is also used as an air freshner which keeps one's surroundings flavored with good scent.  We recommend use with an ash-catcher or box type burner.  Made in Nepal.

    $3.95
  10. Tara Healing Tibetan Incense Sticks

    Tara healing incense has been used for centuries and is used as the traditional Tibetan medicine for stress, depression and tension. It is mixed by hand according to the ancient Tibetan Medicine system and is composed of 31 different pure and natural herbs. Mm mm.

Set Ascending Direction

   

Items 1 to 10 of 36 total

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4