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You will get (4) boxes of (12) cones each, total of 48 cones per order placed.
Fresh Authentic Original Series Shrinivas Sugandhalaya
Satya Sai Baba Nag Champa Agarbatti
Indian Dhoop Incense Cones
Satya is regarded as the Finest Premium Incense Brand and is the most popular range of incense in India, featuring the signature Satya Sai Baba Nag Champa Agarbatti in the Blue Box.
Complete with trademark holographic seal of authenticity.
This sweet earthy scent helps reduce the negative and increase the positive aspects of all zodiac signs. Imitators use the name... but they can't match the amazing quality which has made Satya Sai Baba NAG CHAMPA products famous. Resins & florals for tranquility and quiet moments. Incense is an art, the ancient art of blending together fragrant gifts of nature into forms conducive for transport and release. Resins, herbs, spices, oils, flowers, leaves, barks and more are gathered and combined to create incense. Just light the tip, blow it out and be transported - unlock and release these treasures of nature into your atmosphere. Incense stimulates and heightens the senses. The many uses of incense... to awaken and for pleasant dreams, to vitalize and to sooth, to heal and calm the emotions, to center the mind and enhance meditation, to uplift and energize, to clear scattered thoughts and be at peace. These ultra fresh, long lasting Indian dhoop cones will create an atmosphere conducive for meditation, yoga, wicca, or any time that one wants to simply enjoy its pleasant aroma.
Each sealed box includes a metal disk for safe burning.
Best selling incense worldwide for over 40 years!
Made in India, Nag Champa is the most popular brand of hand-rolled Indian incense sticks. This is the original authentic Nag Champa brand incense named in honor of the avatar-teacher Satya Sai Baba and the only product he has ever lent his name to.
This wonderful incense from India is hand rolled with a sandalwood base and made with the bright and intoxicating flowers of the Champaca (Magnolia Champaca tree), Halmaddi (Ailanthus Malabarica tree) and a complex and balanced blend of all natural resins, flowers and oils. Sai Baba Nag Champa Incense is a masala based fragrance that creates a deep meditative atmosphere and has a musky sweetness with a flowery top note.
Sa means “Divine”, Ai or ayi means “mother" and Baba means “father”. Therefore, the name Sai Baba indicates the Divine Mother and Father, leading you towards victory in the struggle for Self-Realization.
An excellent way to prepare a room and set a peaceful atmosphere for meditation is to burn some Incense. Incense has been used for thousands of years to scent temples and in the east as an aid to meditation. The scents released by the burning of Incense are recognised by many cultures for their calming, pacifying qualities. Let these Dhoop Incense Cones help you create an atmosphere of peace and tranquility.
One of the oldest incense materials, sandalwood has been in use for at least 4,000 years. It is one of the most calming incenses and therefore is one of the preferred ones for meditation. It calms the mind, enhances mental clarity, and aids in the opening of the Third Eye. The aroma increases devotion and combined properly can help transmute sexual energy for those who are practicing celibacy. Many ancient Temples and accessories such as rosaries and staffs are made from this wood. The sandal tree, botanically known as Santalum Album belongs to the family Santalaceae. The sandal tree grows almost exclusively in the forests of Karnataka, followed by Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh, Timor Islands of Indonesia etc. As the tree grows, the essential oil develops in the roots and heartwood, which requires at least 15 to 20 years. Full maturity is reached after 60 to 80 years. The core of dark heartwood gradually develops, which is covered by outer sapwood. The sandalwood tree is never felled, but uprooted in the rainy season, when the roots are richer in the precious essential oil. Vietnam and New Caledonia have well controlled plantations of genuine Sandalwood. The best quality oil comes from the Indian provinces of Mysore and Tamil Nadu, where the harvest of Sandalwood trees are protected by the state government.
Sandalwood has a sacred 4,000 year old history of being mentioned in Sanskrit and Chinese manuscripts. The oil was used in religious ritual, and many deities and temples were carved from its wood. The wood is soft to carve and is frequently used in sacred fragrant carvings. The ancient Egyptians imported the wood and used it in medicine, embalming and ritual burning to venerate their gods. In Buddhism, it is considered to be one of the three incenses integral to Buddhist practice, together with Aloes wood and Cloves. Depression, anxiety and insomnia were thought to be improved by sandalwood. It was believed to promote spiritual practices, peaceful relaxation, openness and "grounding." It is used in many death ceremonies to help the crossing over, and to comfort mourners. It is also used in many forms of initiation rites to open the disciples mind to receive consecration. In the Zoroastrian Temples it burns in there sacred fires to soothe the troubles of all humanity. It is used by the Jewish, the Buddhist, the Hindus, as well as almost every other belief system for its vast diversity in attributes.
Properties (East Indian)
Odor: woody, sweet, rosenacious.
Attributes: astringent, restoring, relaxing, disinfecting, a urinary and pulmonary antiseptic, soothing, calming. Antidepressant, aphrodisiac, astringent, calming, disinfectant, diuretic, expectorant, sedative, stimulant, and tonic.
Sandalwood stimulates the base (seventh) Chakra, improving self identity and trust. In the Ayurvedic healing tradition, it promotes energy and enthusiasm, increasing your self-esteem and zestfor life. Burn sandalwood during a full moon to increase spiritual vibrations inside your home. Burning sandalwood near your door welcomes your guests and attunes them to your home’s positivity, encouraging them to leave their doubts and anger outside. Write a wish on a sandalwood chip and place it in an incense burner. Sandalwood’s magical powers will enhance your meditations and increase the power of your wishes.
- In meditation, incense is burned to help the practitioner achieve states of clarity, focus, and/or calm.
- Incense is often used as an aid to achieve astral projection and lucid dreaming.
Sandalwood is used as an incense base for: Protection; Healing; Exorcise; Spirituality; Wishes; Full Moon Esbats; Wards Negativity; Astral Projection; Reincarnation; Spirit Offering. Stimulates clairvoyance, aids in seeing past lives, healing, clearing, protection, calms the mind. Write your wish on a chip of sandalwood and burn in censer or cauldron.
As it burns it sets the magic flowing, but remember to visualize your wish at the same time. Sandalwood is one of the most valuable woods in the world. All parts yields Sandalwood oil, particularly the heartwood and the roots, which yield about 6 percent essential oil.
Recorded in Ayurvedic medicine and Egyptian embalming, the oil is now used as an inhalant for its expectorant and sedative effect on coughs and as a powerful antiseptic for lung and urinary tract infections. Sandalwood makes a popular incense, as its calming effect aids meditation. It is commonly used for funeral pyres in India, where devotees believe the scent protects places from evil spirits. Sandalwood is often used as an as an aphrodisiac. Sandalwood is recommended for use when consecrating altar cloths, and it is said to be associated with Hod on the Tree of Life.