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Palo Santo Incense Sticks.

Kamini Aromatics,
15 gram packet.
Best Quality Hand Made Indian Incense Sticks.
Your favourite incense for just $2.50 per packet.

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Palo Santo Incense Sticks.

Palo Santo Incense Sticks – Palo Santo, meaning holy/sacred wood in spanish, is known for its healing, cleansing and grounding properties and creating an uplifting and purified environment.

(Burseara Graveolens), Palo Santo is an aromatic natural wood incense, used by the Incas and indigenous people of the Andes for centuries. It is used for medicinal purposes, as well as being used for purifying and cleansing and as a spiritual remedy for getting rid of evil spirits and misfortune. It has a citrus aroma and underlying notes of frankincense, which is a close relative.

Kamini Aromatics. Beautiful fragrances scenting your world.
15 gram packet.
Best Quality Hand Made Indian Incense Sticks.
Your favourite incense for just $2.50 per packet.

About Kamini Aromatics

Kamini Aromatics of Bangalore, India have got to be one of the best-kept secrets in the incense world. Their remarkable natural masala incense sticks have been a mainstay in Australia for some time.

Use them in the home to purify and freshen the atmosphere and to remove or neutralize negative energies. They serve as an excellent insect repellent too. The aromas arising from a burning incense stick also helps to calm and relax body, mind and spirit.

Be sure to use them safely in order to minimize any fire hazards. Use an incense burner or stand, as this will help contain the burning incense and its ash. It is also a good idea to place incense holders on a fire-resistant surface and never leave burning incense unattended.

Incense sticks are also known as agarbathi or (agarbatti) and joss sticks, which are made by rolling or moulding incense paste around a bamboo stick. These are the main form of incense in India where the bamboo method originated.

How to burn incense sticks.

 

 

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