Ayurvedic IncenseAuthentic incense preparations
Made according to the ancient method of hand-rolling each stick from a fragrant dough made of pure resins, herbs and essences which have been used for thousands of years in the practice of Ayurveda. There are 8 Ayurvedic fragrances:
COSTEN - Well-Being Made from Costus plant root and honey, soothes nerves and enhances the sense of well-being.
KASTURI - Aspiration From the fruit of the Manjal tree, this musk-like fragrance is traditionally used for depression and to keep aspiration in the mind.
LOBAN - Sanctity is a fragrant resin from a variety of Pine whose crystals are burnt in temples all over India for the holy, sanctified atmosphere the smoke creates.
MATTIPAL - Peace comes from the fragrant sap of the Peepal tree, known as the “Bodhi” Tree because the Buddha achieved realization while seated in meditation beneath it. The fragrant smoke creates a soothing and deeply peaceful atmosphere.
RESIN - Concentration comes from the fragrant sap of an Indian tree whose resinous crystals, according to Ayurvedic practice, are burnt to increase the power of concentration, to create a spiritual atmosphere, and repel bad spirits and adverse vibrations.
SAMBRANI - Serenity From the fragrant sap of the Sal Tree. Used in spiritual ceremonies since ancient times, its smoke creates a soothing atmosphere of calm serenity.
SANDALWOOD - Purity has been treasured since antiquity for its exquisite fragrance and purifying properties. In Ayurveda, it is used to cool the nervous system, ease anxiety, and has the potent attribute of purifying the vital being [life-force] and atmosphere.
TRIPHALA - Rejuvenation Translated as “3 fruits” in Sanskrit, Triphala is a well-known Ayurvedic rejuvenative compound prized for its harmonizing effect on the 3 doshas.
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