Incense sticks for a relaxed atmosphere!
Incense sticks have their origins in the Far Eastern way of life and are deeply rooted in this culture and history. They have been used for centuries in the ceremonies of Buddhism, Hinduism and Confucianism. They are said to have a purifying effect on rooms, body and mind. They should be part of every meditation. They are available in a wide variety of fragrances.
What can you use incense sticks for?
The combinations of natural fragrances make our incense sticks rich and of the highest quality. The incense sticks are completely free from toxic substances. Incense sticks are traditionally used for pujas (worship ceremonies) and to purify rooms, but also in meditation. However, they can also be used simply to improve the air. Incense sticks can also be used to calm and stimulate the body and mind. You can use them for aromatherapy, meditation, massage or yoga.
How do you use incense sticks correctly?
Use your incense sticks on the holders provided before you light them. These holders have holes of different sizes so that you can insert the sticks into them depending on their thickness. Make sure that there are no flammable objects in the immediate vicinity.
Unique fragrance compositions for your home!
Our Tibetan incense sticks are rolled by hand according to a traditional Tibetan recipe using medicinal herbs and other valuable substances and do not have a wooden holder. As a result, these incense sticks burn and smell more intensely than incense sticks with a wooden holder. Our Indian incense sticks are also traditionally made and usually have a wooden holder. Our Japanese incense sticks are traditionally rolled very thinly and do not have a wooden base; they are therefore very fragile and should be handled with care.