Tibetan Incense sticks | Ancient brand | Cedarwood | 30 sticks and stick holder

Cedarwood is associated with 'The power of spiritual strength' and  the attribute of constant faith. The scent of Cedarwood is common in Tibetan temples, where it's used as both an aromatic and building material. It is a valuable aid to meditation owing to its capacity to bring straying individuals back on the rightful path.  

Cedarwood as an aromatic ingredient has a long historical tradition and true Cedar (Pinaceae) trees are native to The Himalayas.  It should not be confused with aromatic ingredients from related trees such as Junipers or Cypresses – Cedarwood is rarer, more expensive and much bolder in strength and depth.

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