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Satya Nag Champa Incense


Satya Nag Champa Incense sticks are the most popular selling masala incense in the world!! Nag Champa incense sticks are hand made in India by using a mixture of herbs, resins, flower and oils, which are then hand rolled onto bamboo sticks. These incense are sold by weight, containing 15 grams per box, which is  approximately 10-15 sticks. Nag Champa incense sticks have a gorgeous aroma  which can be described as sweet and earthy. Burning Nag Champa incense will  help remove any dense, negative energy from the body and the environment and replace it with purified energy. Burning incense right before meditation or yoga can be beneficial to prepare the mind and body for deeper concentration.

Satya Nag Champa Incense will bring harmony and balance to your mind, body and soul. The aroma of the incense will fill the air, purifying and removing any energy blockages along the way. This will prep the mind for deep meditation. These incense encourage spiritual mindfulness, inner stability and emotional wellbeing

◾Burn Time :45 mins approx.

◾ Approx. 1 gram each stick

Benefits of Burning Incense

  • Reduce stress and anxiety
  • Raise spiritual awareness
  • Remove negative energy
  • Purify the atmosphere
  • Release mental tension

Official Satya Nag Champa Incense

Imagery evoked: Dew drops on a leaf on a misty morning

Description:   Positivity

Key Notes: Earthy, Harmonizing

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, which  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