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Goloka Nag Champa
A combination of herbs and resin, flowers and honey and fragrant oils make wonderfully scented Goloka aromas. A single incense stick has a burning time of on average 30-40 minutes. Nag champa is a beautiful yellow asian flower that blossoms in India on the champag tree and is also known as 'Plumeria'. The aroma is sweet and tropical. She is one of the most sold incense fragrances in the world. Nag Champa makes you aware of the relative world and for that reason is experienced as enlightening. The basis of this aroma is the plumeria flower itself, but also gaiakwood, palmarosa, clove and vetiver.
Incense has been used for thousands of years for meditation, as a cleansing- or morning ritual, for marking an event or creating a divine or fresh aura. A blend of natural ingredients became the basis for spicy, fresh, floral, wooden, powdery or sweet scents as almost transcendental odors. Decorate your house now with personally chosen divine fragrances.
Plant the incense stick somewhere where it stands firmly, such as a bowl with rice or earth or use an incense holder. Light the tip of the stick with a match or lighter and wait until it ignites. You can leave it on for about 10 seconds and the flame will probably extinguish itself, if not: blow it out gently. The cinder will continue to glow red, so you know that the incense is burning. If it becomes axle gray, light it again. The odor is almost immediately released together with the smoke.
It's the safest to burn the incense in a specially designed incense holder.
Benefits of Goloka Incense
Non-profit organization Goloka Sevan Trust is known for supporting charities.
These Agarbatti are hand-rolled according to the traditional natural purity masala method.
Intense scents very quickly that masks unpleasant odors.
Restores balance in energy centers for body and mind.