TIBETAN Incense has been used for centuries in many cultures. Often history books refer to old trade routes with ships carrying herbs, spices, fabrics and incense. Various woods and spices can be used in making incense and the precise proportions contribute to the qualities of smoke density and fragrance.
TIBETAN Incense can be used to clear negative energies and provide a sense of tranquillity to any room or place. Smells evoke emotion, which in turn can help to put the mind at ease and can deeply move and inspire us. Incense can be used in the quest to attain spiritual awareness by creating sacred spaces in which to practice ceremonies or meditation, or it can be used simply to enhance the atmosphere around the home or workplace.
Tibetan incenses are generally made from pure herbs and other plants collected from mountainous areas. Many of the formulations are sacred and traditional and many of the ingredients are organic. Incense from these areas tend to have thick stems without any central stick. The fragrances are often earthy, rich, bold, pure and slightly smokey