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A blend of 45 different aromatic & medicinal ingredients with Sandalwood and Cedarwood. Bundle containing about 19 solid sticks, about 8 inches long. Packaged in a hand made gift box. Made in Kathmandu, Nepal by the Buddhist Incense Centre.
Windhorse Sandalwood Incense is carefully made according to the uninterrupted traditions of the ancient Dakar Taso Monastery in Tibet. The lengthy ingredient list includes camphor, nutmeg, cloves, canarium, juniper and cinnamon among dozens of other herbal ingredients. Sold in individual bundles, each 39-stick incense bundle is wrapped with a mini paper Tibetan prayer flag and capped with beeswax stamped with an endless knot. Sold individually.
Our White Tara solid stick Incense is collectively made of various aromatic herbs found in high altitude regions of Tibet and the plains of Nepal. This herbal medicated incense is made under the strict control of traditional Tibetan hand made incense following the key instructions of renowned herb masters. This incense is widely used by Buddhists and by others for the purpose of meditation, relaxation, purification and offerings. Individual box contains 30 solid sticks measuring 9 inches in length and burns for 15 minutes. Sold in attractive decorative box with button and string closure. Incense holder included. Made in Nepal.
Traditional Himalayan mandala incense sticks made according to an age old Tibetan Buddhist tradition with numerous precious aromatic herbs including negi, jattamansi, kapur, cloves, and red and white sandalwood. Individual round tube contains 30 solid thick sticks measuring 8.25 inches in length. Made in Nepal.
Tibetan Sorig Incense is carefully made by the Tibetan Medical and Astrological Institute (Men-Tsee-Khang) based in Dharamsala, India. Meditating with this incense is thought to help balance out the stresses and strains of the modern world, promoting a tranquil mind and body. The ingredients include Rose, Clove, Asiatic Sweet Leaf, Safflower and Raspberry.
The seven chakras are the energy centers in our body in which energy flows through. This stick incense bundle includes seven different triangular shaped packs of incense, one pack for each chakra: Root or muladhara, sacral or svadisthana, solar or manipura, heart or anahata, throat or visuddha, third eye or ajna, and crown or sahasrara. Some burn this incense during yoga practice. There are 19 sticks in each pack. Each stick burns for 40 minutes. Each pack features the color and symbol of its respective chakra. Made in Nepal.
Ancient Tibetan Nagchampa incense sticks are packaged in an attractive round cylinder container. Champa is believed to be the aroma of the Goddess of Wealth, Laxmi. This fragrance is said to be useful for relieving headaches, rheumatism, gout, allergy, gastric and urinary problems. It keeps the eyes cool and refreshing and activates the brain. Perfectly safe for inhalation and the environment. Each cylinder contains 30 sticks and comes with an incense holder. Sticks are approximately 4 1/2 Inches long. Each stick burns for 60 minutes. This formulation is a true Tibetan-style incense, and is definitely not as sweet as an Indian Champa. Handmade in Nepal.
Tibetan Monastery Incense is prepared on the basis of the a formuia approved by the Adviser of Tibetan Medicine Incense It is used for burning for prayer offerings and for purification, both of which form a major ritual of Tibet spirituality. Package includes approximately 44 sticks, 10 1/2" long.
This pleasing Tibetan Meditation incense is made according to an ancient recipe from sandalwood and other natural ingredients. It is said to calm the mind and is very conducive for meditation. This attractive Green Lokta Paper Box with gold colored decoration contains 6 long burning coils and 1 incense burner. This incense is made of the finest ingredients, based on a combination of herbs from Tibet and Nepal. It uplifts and inspires the mind and counteracts depressions and anxiety. Manufactured by Pure Land Incense Khachoe Ghakyil Nunnery Kathmandu, Nepal.