1 x pack of Spikenard rope incense
“Spikenard” smells like: floral and spicy / an open air spice market (the woods, cloves, cardamom)
Hand rolled in Nepal with all natural, local ingredients
- Burning time is roughly 5-10 minutes, 1 pack contains 50 ropes.
To use: Place rope in fireproof receptacle such as ceramic or metal dish, or hang on acceptable device. light open end until flame appears and extinguish. Allow rope to smoke. Once entire rope has turned to ash, allow ash to cool and dispose of ash once cool.
To cleanse crystals, gently bathe the crystals in the smoke of the incense by waving them slowly back and forth in the incense smoke. This incense works great for this due to the amount of smoke it creates. While doing this, set an intention for your crystals.
“Spikenard is the perfect mixture of herbs like white and red sandalwood, Sungandhi Bal, Clove, Cardamom, and Spikenard that is extracted from the plants of high himalayan region. It is lit at temples, drawing rooms, and stupas for aromatic.”
Origin of Incense: Khatmandhu, Nepal (Shipped Direct)
Other scents pictured (sold separately) are: Cedar, Sandalwood, Juniper, Asta Managalum, Mixed herb and Three mixed. Stand also sold separately.
The company this incense has been purchased through is working directly with their employees to ensure their employees wellbeing is looked after. They provide ongoing training for women as well as mental health support, they offer workplace sanitation awareness programs, financial support for employees, salary saving programs, medical checkups and maintenance, scholarships for female students and employment opportunities for disabled people. I selected this company due to their community involvement and dedication to their employees.
Incense does pose fire risks and health hazards. Ingesting smoke can cause negative health risks. If you are concerned, please talk to your doctor before using any product that discharges smoke. To be on the safe side:
– Burn incense in a ventilated area.
– Keep both lit and unlit incense out of the reach of small children and pets.
– If you’re asthmatic or have other respiratory issues then you should avoid burning incense.
– If you’re pregnant, you should talk to your doctor before burning incense.