Description This Tibetan incense is made from a traditional recipe including plants and roots sacred toHimalaya, a symbol of good omen, as well as Indian myrrh and fragrant inula.
All the Tibetan incenses of Les Encens du Monde are made in Nepal at Doctor Dolkar's clinic according to a traditional recipe dating back to the 6th century. This woman doctor is the 15th generation descendant of a famous line of Tibetan doctors
The sale of these incense sticks allows him to finance his mission: to offer consultations to the most deprived populations
By purchasing this incense, you are supporting his clinic in New Delhi and his mission
Features Effects : Restful. Season: Autumn. Activities : Sleep. Rooms of the house : Bedroom. Ingredients : Wood, plants. Type of incense : Leathery, Cypress.
Use : Light the end of the incense stick, then blow out the flame.
European specialist in quality incense for almost 30 years, Les Encens du Monde have set themselves the task of making incense known and appreciated by an ever-wider public
Les Encens du MondeOur mission is to promote the richness of cultures and traditions, and to refuse to reduce incense to a simple perfumed medium. The desire for naturalness, the search for spirituality, pleasure and olfactory journeys, these are the values that they defend on a daily basis while taking care to respect the planet and its inhabitants: Sustainable Development, Fair Trade and Ecology are at the very heart of our identity.
Real incense marketed under the brand name Les Encens du Monde are produced according to traditional manufacturing methods. The ingredients used are high quality natural raw materials, for a traditional method of manufacture; in total opposition to incense soaked in baths of solvents and synthetic perfumes that are generally available to the general public.
Incense has been used for centuries by the greatest civilizations around the world. It was used in Ancient Egypt, by the Greeks and Romans, by the Mayans, the Hebrews, India, China and Japan... and in France! Incense was, and still is, used for certain religious rites to pay homage to the Gods, to promote spirituality and to accompany prayer. In China, Tibet and India, doctors also used incense to relieve and heal. Today, incense is still used in Asia on a daily basis.