Natural Ayurvedic Medicinal: Incenso Ritual Tibetano
A traditional Tibetan healing ritual incense that has been used for centuries in Tibet. It is produced as per an ancient vaidic formula from Ayurvedic texts. This pleasant smelling Incense is made from 100% natural ingredients and it has a spicy uplifting aroma, reminiscent of cloves.
Natural Aromatherapeutic herbs and spices are pressed together to create these powerful handmade incense sticks.
Ayurveda is an alternative medicine that is practiced since the time of Buddha (around 520 BC).
From the producer Dr.Dan Ratna Bajracharya clo Dipendra D. : «Ayurveda, it is Aromatherapeutic medicinal theory. This incense is produced as per the ancient vaidic farmulae of the Ayurvedic Texts. The special composition of the formulae of this Ayurvedic Incense is composed by Ayurvedic doctor. This incense can be used as for to meditate, different deaseases like feeling of coldness, stomach problems, for temporary Loss of concentration in exercise, study and pains arising from nervous disordres. It (formula) was generally used in Ayurvedic Hospital to repel bacteria, virus & to keep the patient quiet. It's different composition of the herbs (Viz. Astasugandha, Jattamasi oil Gokul Dhoop etc.) helpful for different medication as well as for concentration of mind, to purify the atmosphere, and pollution etc. It is made from the selected purified and best quality plants & herbs of Himalayan region of Nepal. It is free from any toxic & addictive defects like chemicals. (100% natural)»
- Contains +-27 sticks, 23cm long.
- Each stick burns +- 70 minutes.
- Ingredients: Himalayan herbs including Astasugandha, jattamasi oil and gokul dhoop.
- All natural with no wooden sticks, glues, or dyes.
- Hand Made by Dr.Dan Ratna Bajracharya clo Dipendra D. in Kathmandu, Nepal.
- Imported from Nepal by a BAFTS recognized Fair Trade company.
|ECO & ETHICS||Sustentável, Comércio Justo-Fair Trade, Biológico, Fabrico Artesanal|
|≈ Medidas & Pesos||23 cm / 4mm Ø|
|≈ Capacidade de Carga||-|
|País de Origem||Nepal|