- Clothing & Accessories
- Music Makers
Books, Music and More
- On Sale
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.
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.
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.
Hand Carved Palo Santo wood statues of St. Anthony. St. Anthony is popular in Peruivan culture and he is the Patron Saint associated with the return of lost articles and missing persons. St. Anthony statuettes are also carried for the return of a lost lover. Peru.
Cedar is a sacred plant that has been burned by many Native American Indians for centuries in ceremonies of cleansing, clearing, and blessing. It is used during prayer and meditation to cleanse rooms and to clear crystals between therapy sessions, etc.
Peruvian Myrrh (Commiphora Myrrha) has a warm earthy, woodsy fragrance, with slight balsamic undertones. Myrrh is typically blended with frankincense, pricley pear, peruvian copal and others. It has been used through out the ages as an ingredient in incense, perfumes, etc
Here is another great way to use Palo Santo - in convenient cones! Just light it and enjoy the pure scent of Palo Santo as it burns. Each cone lasts for about 10 minutes.
(Burseara Graveolens) Palo Santo or "Holy Stick" is a natural wood aromatic incense used for centuries by the Incas and indigenous people of the Andes as a spiritual remedy for purifying and cleansing; to get rid of evil spirits and misfortune; as well as for medicinal purposes. It is often used by shamans in sacred plant spirit ceremonies. Our Palo Santo is sustainably wild harvested from naturally fallen trees and branches that lie dead for 4-10 yrs. before they are harvested.
Three Mixed Nepali Rope Incense is blended from three types of incense powder: camphor, saldup and asta sugandha. Rolled by hand in lokta paper. Use for meditation in your home, stupa or temple. This type of dhup is typical in Newari community and almost each and every Nepalese home uses it. It is also referred to as Newari Dhup. Each bundle contains approximately fifty 4 ropes. You can burn rope incense by lying it flat on a bed of sand or ash, which allows the entire rope to burn safely and completely or use a rope incense burner. Handcrafted in Nepal.
Our fragrant Spikenard Nepali Rope Incense is crafted from plants and herbs of the high Himalayas. This particular blend is extracted from the Spikenard plant, white and red Sandalwood, Sungandhi Bal and Clove. Burned in Stupas, Temples and meditation rooms for its aromatic ambiance. Approximately 50 - four inch ropes are artfully packaged in bundles of hand rolled lokta paper. Handmade in Nepal.
Our fragrant Sandalwood Nepali Rope Incense is crafted from herbs of the high Himalayas. This particular blend is extracted from white and red Sandalwood, Saldup, Spikenard, Cinnamon and Cloves. Found abundantly burned in Stupas, Temples and meditation rooms for its aromatic ambience. Approximately 50 - four inch ropes are artfully ackaged in bundles of hand rolled lokta paper. Handmade in Nepal.