Satya Nag Champa – Incense Sticks – 40g box
DESCRIPTION: This is the original Satya Sai Baba Nag Champa, a traditional hand rolled masala incense made of herbs, resins, flowers and oils. A delightful blend that makes this sweet and earthy fragrance simply the most popular incense in the world! Approximately 1 gr per stick – Burning time 45 min per stick. This incense is sold by weight. Approximately 1 stick per gram.
When only the best will do!
Original Satya Sai Baba Nag Champa, made in the finest masala tradition of India, natural herbs and resins are combined with floral extracts to create a natural blend, which is skillfully hand rolled onto a bamboo stick. Sticks burn slowly, with a wonderful fragrance and lingering presence, which will enhance any environment.
Satya Sai Baba Nag Champa is the number one selling incense in the world. An instantly recognizable fragrance, prepared under the strict supervision of Satya Sai Baba, according to a blend of natural herbs.
Accept no imitators!
40 gram box (approximately 40 sticks)
Champas—incorporate an organic ingredient native to India called “halmaddi”. Halmaddi is a gray, viscous resin extracted from the Ailanthus Malabarica tree. Its aroma is reminiscent of plumeria flowers. In India, Plumeria flowers are called champa, thus inspiring the name of the type of incense. Halmaddi absorbs the moisture in the air, often causing champa incenses to have a damp feeling to them. Nag Champa is one of the most popular incenses.
How to Burn Incense Sticks:
Light the coated end of the stick with a match or lighter, Let the flame burn for a few seconds. Gently blow out the flame. You should see a red tip burning on the stick. Smoke will rise and your incense will start to smell.
The incense stick must stand in a fire-proof incense burner such as an incense bowl or cup packed with rice, sand, or sea salt. You can use any fire proof container including a ceramic cup, metal bowl, or soapstone dish. The burner should adequately accommodate the thickness and length of the incense sticks. Enjoy.
Caution: Keep out of the reach of children and pets. Make sure ashes fall on fireproof surfaces (ashtrays or incense stick holder). Not for human consumption. **DO NOT PLACE CONE HOLDER/BURNER NEAR FLAMMABLE MATERIAL**
Natural incense may have a future advantage over synthetic air fresheners as trends toward holistic natural living continue.
The increasing popularity of meditation, yoga, and aromatherapy in an increasingly stimulated Western world in need of relaxation bodes well for the increased use of natural incense sticks for therapeutic benefits. Incense is crafted from a mixture of powder and essential oils, giving it a rich texture and scent.
Burning incense sticks is an effective way to beat stress, encourage balance, and breathe new life into old routines. In the hustle and bustle of modern society, it can be challenging to make time for ourselves and escape from the busy pace of everyday life. Burning incense is a pleasant sensory experience that people have valued from time immemorial, and the practice is being revived more and more as people realize how important it is to attend to often neglected aspects of wellbeing, such as mental and spiritual clarity.
Burning incense has a salient impact on our environment and surroundings. The fragrance of incense sticks changes our emotions, perception, and moods. Incense sticks can energize, relax, and harmonize. The resins and botanicals in incense help us to reconnect with nature and plants as a vital life source. We can activate visual, olfactory, and auditory awareness by accentuating incense use with ambient lighting and soothing background music. The stimulating and invigorating effects of certain types of incense sticks may be helpful in fortifying our overall potential and energy when we are weak, discouraged, or fatigued.
Incense has been employed for medicinal and aromatherapy purposes since ancient times. Burning incense sticks frees fragrant chemicals into the air and has a pharmacological effect when inhaled. Incense burning was used successfully to alleviate respiratory illnesses, muscle tension, rheumatism, pain, and insomnia. People have also used certain types of incense as a disinfectant, such as lavender incense during childbirth. Incense burning is even more advantageous when accompanied with other therapies, such as massage, color therapy, and psychotherapy.
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