3 Tibetan Incense ~ Nirvana blends in Bamboo (is145)

  • This set contains three fine blends of traditional Tibetan incense from Nepal. This high quality incense is great for meditation, relaxation, purifying and offerings. The three blends are called Nirvana A, B, and C.

    • approximately 24 thick sticks in each pack, 9" long (22 cm)
    • contain herbs such as agar, nagi, jattamasi, sandalwood and saffron
    • beautifully packed in 9" long bamboo tubes wrapped with Lotka paper and enclosed in colorful silk covers (colors vary)
  • For you to consider, the following is from the maker's packaging:

    Nirvana A "In this incense, the fragrance of Kapur, Nagi, and Jattamansi is used. Apart from the numerous other prescribed herbs, give out the fragrance of the most precious perfumes. It has been made based on the traditional Tibet formula. The entire processing right from the selection of the herbs to the packing is done in the same way the lamas used to for offering to the gods."

    Nirvana B "In this incense, the fragrance of Agur, Chandan (Sandal) and Dukura are used. Apart from the numerous other prescribed herbs, give out the fragrance of the most precious incense. It has been made based on the traditional Tibet formula. The entire processing right from the selection of the herbs to the packing is done in the same way the lamas used to for offering to the gods."

    Nirvana C "In this incense, the fragrance of Saffron, Tsampaka, Pangpay, Sandalwood, Amber (Sal Dhoop) are used. Apart from the numerous other prescribed herbs, give out the fragrance of the most precious herbs. It has been made based on the principle of traditional Tibet formula. The entire processing right from the selection of the herbs to the packing is done in the same way the lamas used to for offering to the gods."

  • Natural herbs and spices are pressed together in a masala preparation and shaped into the Tibetan style sticks. This Tibetan incense is carefully packaged into a sturdy bamboo tube wrapped with blended Lotka bark and recycled paper. The tubes are enclosed in colorful silk covers (colors may vary). Lotka refers to a small woody plant of the Laurel family that grows at over 6000 feet in the Himalayas, and has been traditionally used in Nepal to make paper. Lotka paper is a renewable resource, and provides a source of income to paper crafting families and village communities.




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