Tulasi Incense 20 sticks per pack ,6 pack in box
WHAT IS INCENSE?
Incense has many forms, but in the simplest definition, it’s any plant matter which is burned for its aromatic or spiritual properties. Most people are familiar with the Indian agarbatti sticks, or small cones, but even raw plant material like palo santo wood chips or sweetgrass can be considered incense.
Enhance the atmosphere of any home with these Tulasi Incense Sticks. Tulasi Incense Sticks are well known for having a good defined fragrance.
Tulasi Incense Sticks come in a huge variety of fragrances in a wide array of individually designed boxes. Tulasi have a reputation of producing incense sticks that are fantastic quality and are one of the finest incense stick manufacturers from India.
To bring any room to life with the amazing aromas of these incense sticks, just light the end of the Tulasi Incense Stick. Once the end glows, blow out the flame and place in one of many Incense Holders.
To get the most enjoyment from incense sticks it is advised that they are used with incense holders.
Lemongrass is the perfect fragrance to help clear the air with its fresh and uplifting scent. This clean citrus scent is perfect help when studying or working as the lemony aroma is good for focusing the mind and clearing confusion.
The Tulasi range of incense sticks are extremely popular choices for users all around the world. It boasts a huge range of fragrances, suitable for any occasion. Each stick is handrolled in India and uses some of the finest ingredients available. Comes in individually packed hexagonal boxes of 20 sticks each.
- Tulasi Incense Sticks 6 small packs
- Hand rolled in India
- Each pack contains 20 Incense Sticks
- Use with an incense holder for best results
- Approx burn time: 40 minutes
- Incense stick holders sold separately
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THE HISTORY & BENEFITS OF BURNING INCENSE
The act of burning incense has been an important ritual since ancient times. Believed to have originated in Egypt in the time of the Old Kingdom, it was once used by priests for fumigating tombs. Incense has a long history of being used in conjunction with ceremonies, rituals, and spiritual and religious occasions.
Incense burning was discovered in India and Southern Asia as early as 3300 BC. Used alongside worship and prayer, it was believed that burning incense could ward off evil spirits while purifying the surroundings.
Over 2,000 years ago, the trade of spices and incense played a significant economic role between the east and west. In those days, the Middle Eastern Incense Route wound its way through the Middle East to the Mediterranean region, where it was popularized by the Roman Empire. It’s been estimated that 3,000 tons of incense traveled this route each year.
WHAT DOES INCENSE DO, SPIRITUALLY?
The spiritual purposes of burning incense can vary based on the religious ceremony or intention during its use. Catholic churches may burn frankincense to connect its community to the legacy of their founding patron. Palo santo wood was burned during the height of the Incas to clear bad energy and has been more recently adopted by a growing community of energy-aware people (however the question remains whether we should be
Having a background in aromatherapy, our founder chose to develop scents based on their physiological impacts, which can then be used to aid in meditation and mood enhancement.
Today, burning incense is synonymous with the practices of several diverse religions, including Catholicism, Buddhism, and Hinduism, but its use goes beyond the spiritual, as it is now commonly used in yoga studios, wellness offices, and our own homes.