Organic Incense Forest Dew
Forest Dew contains patchouli along with other essential oils to produce a unique earthy yet refreshing fragrance. An atmosphere of peace and devotion can easily be created by lighting one of these sticks. Many customers wrote to us about the stimulating effect of this incense on their meditation.
– High-energy, made with theertham (consecrated water)
– Entirely natural: Made with essential oils, herbs, resins, wood powders and high-grade charcoal powder for a clean burn
– DPG oil free
– Low smoke and soothing, ideal for indoors
– Hand rolled, made by women
Quantity: 34 or 68 sticks
Burning time: 45 to 55 minutes
Ingredients: Sawdust, high-grade purified charcoal, tree resins, essential oils and theertham
Scent: Earthy and fresh; lingers on for 2 hours
Benefits: Can make the mind peaceful and enhance your meditation; raises the vibration of the room
Stick length: 20.3 cm / 8 inch
What are the benefits of using natural organic incense sticks?Incense has been used for thousands of years across different cultures for spiritual, medicinal, and practical purposes. Burning incense is said to have numerous benefits, such as promoting relaxation, reducing stress, purifying the air, and enhancing mood. However, not all incense sticks are created equal. Natural organic incense sticks, made from all-natural ingredients, offer unique benefits that synthetic incense sticks cannot provide. We will explore the benefits of using natural organic incense sticks here.
Healthier for the Environment
Safe for Your Health
Cleanses and Purifies the Air
NOTE ABOUT CHARCOAL IN INCENSE:The use of charcoal in incense has been often advertised as polluting and bad for health by manufacturer of natural incense. Yet, the use of pure charcoal produces a much cleaner burn than that of wood dust or other organic material as it has already passed the phase of pyrolysis (carbonization). Charcoal is thus used in toothpaste or even as an antidote for poisoning. Wood dust has yet to pass carbonization which causes it to produce volatile gases, tars and acidic liquids while being burned. The burning of wood dust will thus dilute or change the characteristic of the fragrant substances contained in the incense. Some incense manufacturers use charcoal and mix it with chemical burning enhancers containing sulfur or nitrogen which probably gave charcoal it’s bad name, yet for people who use incense indoors and are concerned about the effect of incense smoke on their health, pure charcoal is the best choice. It reflects the fragrance of the essential oils, resins and herbs in the most authentic way.
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