About Nag champa Agarbatti – Sandalwood Incense Sticks
Nag Champa Agarbatti is a much-loved brand of incense world over. These incense sticks have a lovely sandalwood fragrance, which is known to promote feelings of peace and serenity and also aids in any issues with the digestive system. Also known to work as an aphrodisiac, it is definitely worth a try.
Usage of Nag champa Agarbatti
Agarbattis in India are used for:
Similar to burning sage, incense has a purifying effect. Moreover, these sticks can change the energy of the room in minutes. This is because they aid in clarity and concentration. Read our blog on the benefits of smudging your space. As we all understand, out of all our senses, the sense of smell is the strongest. A good smell brings back happy memories of an event, place, or person.
In addition, incense is commonly used in religious places. In fact, they are widely used in Indian temples and around the world. Namely the Buddhist temples in China, Japan, Tibet, the Catholic and Greek Orthodox churches. A mainstay in offering prayers to Deities, they are used as a sign of purification. Furthermore, it is essential to cleanse our space by using Sage, Incense, Palo or Dried Leaves. As this immediately transports us into a relaxed frame of mind. In addition, you can also remove any unwanted smells such as cigarette smoke or unpleasant cooking odors by using them.
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