Tibetan Incense has always held an important place in Tibetan & Nepalese culture. Offered to the divinities, it is continuously used to purify the environment and aid relaxation and meditation. Still today, it is produced exactly according to the ancient recipes of Tibetan lama healers & Ayurvedic Kavi Raj. Discovered recently by the western world, the traditional Tibetan & Ayurvedic healing systems are based on holistic methods to cure both the body & mind, relying exclusively on natural remedies and the power of prayer. Tibetan & Nepalese incense differ from others produced in the Orient. It is not composed of a mixture of fragrance oils or essential oils but from precious woods, barks & resins mixed with other natural plant ingredients found in the Himalayan region. This incense has the perfect balance of natural earthiness, spice and herbs that embodies the
Lumbinī “the lovely” is a Buddhist pilgrimage site in the Rupandehi District of Lumbini Province in Nepal. It is the place where, according to Buddhist tradition, Queen Mahamayadevi gave birth to Siddhartha Gautama at around 563 BCE. Gautama, who achieved Enlightenment some time around 528 BCE, became the Buddha and founded Buddhism. Lumbini is one of many magnets for pilgrimage that sprang up in places pivotal to the life of the Buddha.
Natural herbs and spices are mixed together and pressured, then moulded into rods Tibetan style. These incense rods are wrapped up in Lokta paper. Lokta is a shrub that grows on the southern hillsides of the forests of the Himalayas between 5,500 and 13,000 feet of altitude. It is traditionally used in Nepal to produce paper. Lokta paper is a renewable resource and a source of income for agricultural communities.
Body & mind relaxation, a method for inner & world peace.
- 100% Pure, no additives or chemical ingredients, non toxic
- Hand made in Nepal
37 incense sticks + small burner
18 cm long