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Nag champa incense 25 pack 10 gram package from Satya.

Nag champa incense 25 pack 10 gram package from Satya.


Nag champa incense 25 pack 10 gram package from Satya.


Although the 15-gram is the most popular, the 10 grams is relatively the cheapest.

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Nag Champa is an Indian fragrance, commonly found in incense, soap, perfume oil, essential oils, candles and 
personal toileteries originating there. It is commonly used in ashrams.
Indian incenses containing Plumeria, known in the West as Frangipani, have Champa in their name. 
Champa incenses contain a semi-liquid resin, "halmaddi," taken from the Ailanthus Malabarica tree, 
which gives them their characteristic grey color and damp texture: halmaddi is hygroscopic. The resin 
also contains a psychoactive beta-carboline. Nag Champa contains a large proportion of sandalwood the Ashram 
sort from Sai Baba is the best and wellknown scent of all Nag Champa's 
Nag Champa has a strong individual smell that cannot be found in any other incense fragrances, generally 
starting with a potent smell that changes to a cool sweet smell as time passes
*Bob Dylan has burned Nag Champa at his concerts, and as such it is popular among Bob Dylan enthusiasts.
*Stevie Nicks refers to Nag Champa in her song "Illume 9/11", on the Fleetwood Mac album Say You Will.
The distinctive fragrance of Nag Champa was originally manufactured in the Hindu and Buddhist monasteries 
of India and Nepal. Each monastery had its own secret formula that was revealed to no one outside of the order. 
When Westerners became interested in spiritual enlightenment (in particular members of the 'Hippie' movement), 
many traveled to India where they found Nag Champa and began to spread it across the world. Many people burn 
Nag Champa for spiritual or meditation purposes.

  • Watch videos about Sai Baba beschermheer van Nag Champa wierook.