Agarwood fragranced Tibetan Incense sticks by Ancient
Agarwood is highly valued and popular in Tibet and is known as 'The wood of the Gods'. Agarwood is a rare, valuable and mystical resin used in Incense sticks around Asia, including India and Japan in addition to Tibet. Its fragrance is particularly valued for enabling/enhancing meditation, unlocking the subconscious and balancing the inner winds, or chi. It is used to assist in spiritual journeys, gaining mental clarity and being grounded.
Agarwood's value and popularity extends over thousands of years and has been traded for centuries along the Slik Road, to which Tibet had many links.
These sticks come wrapped in a handmade Lokta paper tube with a small wooden incense burner. Lokta paper is made from the fibrous inner bark of evergreen Daphne family shrubs. This artisan activity and the product is indigenous to Nepal, so is entirely appropriate and suitable for these Incense sticks. fits these Incense sticks.
30 Sticks, string-tied in a roll, inside a Lokta paper tube
A small stick holder is included
Net Weight of Incense is approx. 35 grams
Approx. 110mm Long each - approx. 4.5 inches
Approx. 45-60 min burn time each
100% natural ingredients sourced from all over the Himalayan region and beyond
Handmade in Nepal