Native Soul Incense
10 in stock
|Buy 2||5% $4.28|
|Buy 3||10% $4.05|
|Buy 4||15% $3.83|
|Buy 10 or more||20% $3.60|
Native Soul White Sage and Cedar Incense Sticks are premium smooth burn sticks that are 100% natural. These incense are hand-rolled made from exotic blends of herbs, gums, resins, woods and oils. Each pack contains 15 grams which is approximately 10 -15 sticks, with a burn time of approximately 45 to 60 minutes. Native Soul White Sage and Cedar incense sticks have a gorgeous natural aroma. Burning incense will cleanse any dense, heavy/ negative energy from within the environment, replacing it with purified energy, bringing balance to the mind and chakras. Burning incense right before meditation or yoga can be beneficial to prepare the mind and body for deeper concentration.
“Native people have been using both White Sage and Cedar for hundreds of years as sacred plants. They burn the dry bundled leaves of White Sage during their purification ceremonies and healing sessions to cleanse a space or a person of all evil spirits or negative energies. Cedar, a resinous aromatic tree, has also been used for cleansing rituals and healing rites. Its smoke is said to attract the good spirits and eliminate the negative energies. Fresh earthy White Sage combines in these sticks with the sweet herbaceous scent of Cedar to protect, purify and to draw positive vibes.” -Native Soul
◾Burn Time :45 – 60 mins approx.
◾ Approx. 12 stick per package
History Of Incense
The act of burning incense and resin is utilized worldwide. Historically, Asia, and particularly, Egypt, China and India. In fact, India is still the largest producer of incense sticks. Accordingly, India’s use of incense is dated as far back as 3300 BC. Ancient China built structures specifically designed for incense use, and most commonly used aromas such as, Cinnamon and Sandalwood.
The Incense Route
The Incense Route was a trade route that extended to over 2000 Km. This connected the Mediterranean to the Eastern and Southern Parts of the world. Therefore, this route certainly made the exchange of incense , resin , spices , textiles , precious stones much easier