Tibetan Flower (Anthopogon)

  • Ancient Tibetan Flower incense is formulated from flowers found in the high altitude regions of Tibet and Nepal, which have been traditionally used as medicines in Himalayan culture. Rhododendron Anthopogon and Ghanten Khamap dried leaves have been used by the people of the Himalayas for stimulating and refreshing aroma. These all natural aromatherapy incense sticks burn well with the refreshing scent of Himalayan flowers.

    • approximately 30 sticks, 5" long, and a small wooden burner
    • all natural Himalayan flower incense with no wooden sticks, glues, or dyes
    • neatly bundled in a tube wrapped with recycled and Lotka paper that is handmade in Nepal
  • For you to consider, the following is from the maker's packaging (stated burn times are approximate):

    "ANCIENT TIBETAN FLOWER (ANTHOPOGON) INCENSE: Rhododendron Anthopogon with Ghanten Khampa dried leaves used by the people of Himalayas for stimulating and Himalayan refreshing aroma. These flowers are found in the high altitude regions of Tibet and Nepal. These flowers are used as medicines as well as incense in Tibetan medicine system and in aromatherapy. Perfectly safe for the inhalation and environment. It contains 30 sticks with 1 incense holder. Each stick burns for 60 minutes. Handmade in Nepal."

  • Natural herbs and spices are pressed together in a masala preparation and shaped into the Tibetan style sticks. They are carefully packed in a sturdy tube that closes at one end with a twist of handmade paper made from recycled paper and Lotka bark. Lotka refers to a small woody plant of the Laurel family which 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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