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  1. Kapachi Incense Loose

    This incense mix is traditionally used by the Quechua people of the Cusco region of Peru in the ritual Q' APAQ KAPACHI a ceremony for purification and honoring of the Apus.  It is comprised of a mixture of Palo Santo, lavender alucma, anise, quinua, grageas, small round colored sugar sprinkles, copal, wiraqoya and other sacred herbs and aromatic plants. It is also used for bringing luck and good fortune in many areas of life: work, love, health. Peru.

    $14.00
  2. Lavender Flowers

    Exceptionally fragrant lavender flowers is a rich, purple color suitable for culinary and ceremonial use. It is an English Lavender grown in France. Sold as flower buds only, no stems, which are about the size of a grain of rice. Grade #1. France.

  3. Lavender Smudge Stick 7-8 inch

    Smudges put out a lot of soothing smoke. This Lavender smudge stick bundle is approximately 7 to 8 inches in length. Use it in your ritual ceremony, for house cleansing or simply for aromatic pleasure. Enjoy its wonderful fragrance. Made in the USA.

  4. Lord Buddha Red Sandalwood & Herbs Incense Sticks

    Concentration of mind before the image of Lord Buddha is the only means of attaining peace and salvation. This incense promotes spiritual happiness. It is the only incense made of the herbs grown at the foot of Mt. Everest. Hand made in Nepal.
  5. Mahapari Nirvana Tibetan Incense Sticks

    Made from red sandalwood and gokul dhoop and 30 more himalayan herbs, and from strict instructions from renowned Tibetan herb masters, printed on the box is "A Tribute to the highest Nirvana", used for meditation, relaxation, and offerings. Buddhist Incense Centre, Kathmandu, Nepal.

  6. Mayan Copal Resin Incense - 1 oz

    Our Mayan Copal resin incense burns fresh and fragrant and is said to have a sweet and husky resinous aroma. Copal is sacred to the indigenous cultures of the Central and South Americas. It is burned year round in the churches in Mexico, but is best known for its use in the homes during Day of the Dead. It is said that the familiar scent of Copal helps the souls find their way back during their annual visit home. The various Copal resins of Mexico and the Americas are closely related to the Copals of Africa and the Damars of India and Indonesia.  The American Copals generally have a sweeter aroma.  Resin pieces are packaged in a round tin.

  7. Medicine Buddha Box

    Our Medicine Buddha Gift Box holds many ritual objects for your daily practice including a tiny Buddha figurine, Khata (traditional Tibetan greeting scarf), Tea Candle, Aromatic Medicine Buddha solid incense sticks, gilded ceramic bodhi leaf-shaped stick incense burner, and a set of Tibetan Flags. On the outside of the handmade lokta paper box, depicted in gold colored Tibetan script, is a rendering of the Medicine Buddha and the Mantra recited every day for success and to help eliminate the problems, unhappiness and suffering we don’t want and gain the success, happiness, inner growth and realizations of the path that we do want. Lord Buddha said even animals who hear this mantra will never be reborn in the lower realms. The highly attained Kyabje Choumlden Rinpoche said if one recites this mantra at the time of death one will be reborn in the pure land. so recite it not only for healing, but also to benefit people and animals all the time, whether they’re living or dying. You can take our compact 6 x 6 inch Medicine Buddha Box with you when you travel. The inside lid also bears the image of Buddha and the short form of the mantra. Handmade in Nepal.

    $38.00
  8. Medicine Wheel Offering Mix Sage, Tobacco, Cedar and Sweetgrass Loose

    Bury or burn mix as an offering of gratitude, smudging or sending healing prayers to the Winds of The South, The West, The North, The East, Earth Mother and The Heavens. Contains: Sage, Tobacco, Cedar and Sweetgrass.

  9. Muna Loose

    (Minthostachys setosa) Used as a natural aromatic incense, the Andean mint has a deep scent that cleanses negative vibrations that can get trapped in houses and offices. 

    Muna also makes a lovely tea that is often served in restuarants in Cusco.

  10. Nag Champa Satya Sai Baba Incense Sticks

    This is possibly the best selling incense in the world today. Bearing the name of Sai Baba, one of the most widely known and recognized spiritual teachers of our time, this incense proves very popular at home in India as well as abroad.

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