Heritage Incense ~ Symbol of Pertaining to Love

  • Tibetan Incense prepared by hand in Nepal and containing 32 Himalayan herbs including gokul dhoop, sugandhabal, juniper, and cinnamon. A great aroma to the Heritage blend, it is described as being sweet and refreshing.

    • approximately 19 sticks, 8.5" long
    • all natural with no wooden sticks, glues, or dyes
    • contains 32 Himalayan herbs including gokul dhoop, sugandhabal, juniper, and cinnamon
    • described as having a sweet and refreshing aroma
    • beautifully wrapped in Lotka paper
  • For you to consider, the following is from the maker's packaging (stated burn times are approximate):

    "Heritage Incense (Symbol of pertaining to love or erotic) for heavenly happiness. The ancient art of making incense is the traditional Masala method in which natural resins, flowers, spices, aromatic and medicinal herbs are blended with the natural glue to create these non-stick incenses. This traditional incense revives this tradition with its exclusive masala fragrance. It contains 32 rare Himalayan herbs including Gokul Dhoop, Juniper, Sugandhabal, Cinnamon and other excellent medicinal ingredients. This incense has an unique compostion and benefit having a Sweet and Refreshing aroma. This incense is packed into the Nepali hand made rice paper. It contains 19 sticks. 22cm long. Each stick burns for approximately 2.5 hours. Hand made in Nepal."

  • Natural herbs and spices are pressed together in a masala preparation and shaped into the Tibetan style sticks. This Tibetan incense is carefully wrapped in blended Lotka bark and recycled paper. 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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