Nag Champa Incense
This incense is part of a family of Indian scents known as champa incenses, because they are all reminiscent of the champa flower, better known to Westerners as plumeria. Many champa incenses also include plumeria as an ingredient, harnessing its rich, sweet, heavy scent. Nag champa also traditionally includes a resin extracted from the Ailanthus tree, an Asian native, along with sandalwood.
Divine Love Incense
Divine Love Incense come in nine different aromas corresponding to the Nava Chakras which are Mooladhar, Swadhisthan, Manipur, Anahat, Vishudda, Talu, Bhru, Agya and Sahasrar. Every living being has to open and pass through these before reaching the ultimate state. Use all nine aromas together, individually or in any combination of your choice.
Champa, Juhi (Tuberose)
Tulsi (Holy Basil)
Khus (Vetiver) &
Ashok (Himalayan Cedarwood)
Use Divine Love incense for love, meditation, relaxation and to connect to your inner self.