Incense is a substance that when burned emits a fragrant scent. In essence, the term “incense” comes from the Latin word for “to burn.” Incense has been used in religious rituals since ancient times, and it was used in ancient Egypt, Babylon, and Greece.
People all over the world have used incense for a variety of purposes over the centuries and into the present day, including as an aspect for different religious practices, a method of repelling demons or evil spirits, and as a tool for masking offensive or disagreeable odors. While different countries have different incenses available, here are our 10 best Bhutanese incense sticks below:
Nado Happiness incense stick is handcrafted from valuable Himalayan medicinal herbs such as saffron, sausarea lappa, safflower, red and white sandalwood, and nardostachys jatamansi with no chemical additives, artificial colors, or artificial scents. It is made according to a formula prescribed by Buddhist Yogis and Masters over a thousand years ago to provide ancient sacred fragrances. This incense is commonly used for prayers, but it can also be used to improve concentration, improve meditation, and promote overall well-being. This incense is not toxic, addictive, or polluting. We discovered that storing Nado Happiness incense in a dry, airtight container improves the fragrance over time. Himalaya natural bamboo was used to make this incense cover. Each packet consists of 30 incense sticks. The incense should be stored in a moisture-free place and the burn time of one stick is approximately one hour. The cost of one packet of Nado Happiness Incense is between Rs 678.47 to Rs 724.18.
The Zhingkham Kunchhab Chhoetrin Incense is a sacrifice made to the protective Deities. This incense stick was made following the formula prescribed by the great yogi of the Drukpa School of Buddhism, Pema Karpo, and the treasure discoverer of the MindRolling Monastery, Minling Terchen. It contains aromatic ingredients such as nutmeg, clove, red and white sandalwood, saffron, and other medicinal ingredients. With the instructions of Mr. Nado of Thimphu Bhutan, the incense is handcrafted with the utmost care and in strict adherence to an age-old traditional method. Each incense stick measures approximately 8 inches in length. The cost of one packet is between Rs 452.31 to Rs 476.12.
The Bhutanese Incense Stick is an offering given to the protective deities. This incense stick was made per the formula prescribed by the great yogi of the Drukpa School of Buddhism, Pema Karpo, and the treasure finder of the Mind Rolling Monastery, Minling Terchen. This has been hand manufactured with the utmost care and in strict compliance with an age-old traditional method by Mr. Nado at Thimphu. It is a concoction of over a hundred precious aromatic substances, including saffron, clove, red and white sandalwood, nutmeg, and other medicinal ingredients. It comes in 4 varieties: Orange Bhutanese Nado Poizokhang Incense, Yellow Bhutanese Nado Poizokhang Incense, Green Bhutanese Nado Poizokhang Incense, and Grey Bhutanese Nado Poizokhang Incense. The length of each stick is 24 cm and the weight of each box is 0.100 kg. The cost of one packet of Bhutanese Incense Sticks is between Rs 678.47 to Rs 714.18.
This incense was created using a rigid Buddhist standard method in the most sanitary atmosphere in the Kingdom of Bhutan. Bhutan, also known as the “Valley of Medicines” in the Buddhist world, is located in the eastern Himalayas. The country has an abundance of “herbal medicines.” The incense, which is made solely according to Buddhist tradition, necessitates the use of over thirty distinct rare herbal species. The burning of fragrant incense not only pleases the gods but also has a calming impact on humans. The residual fragrance of the incense transforms monasteries, homes, offices, and other sacred spaces into God’s abode. In Bhutan, this type of incense is commonly referred to as Lhawana Dridhen incense. The weight of each box is 0.060 kg. The cost of one packet of Lhawang Driden Bhutanese Incense is between Rs 339.24 to Rs 357.09.
This handcrafted Bhutanese World Peace Incense is of excellent quality. It is primarily used for prayer ceremonies and morning prayers. There are five types of Bhutanese incense to choose from: Incense for the Tseringma Prayer Ceremony, Incense for the Mahakala Prayer Ceremony, Incense for the Kar-Sur Zhingkham Kunchab Prayer Ceremony, Incense for the Zambala Prayer Ceremony, and Incense for the Zambala Prayer Ceremony. There are approximately 30 pieces of the stick in a box. Each stick’s length is 20 cm and the total weight of 5 packets is 0.435 kg. The cost of one packet of Bhutanese World Peace Incense is between Rs 169.62 to Rs 178.55.
Tseringma Prayer Ceremony Bhutanese Incense
The Tseringma Prayer Ceremony Bhutanese Incense contains gurgum, cinnamon, cloves, Ruta, ginseng, and five precious gems (Rinchen Nge Nga), as well as other medicinal herbs that help to improve the health of the heart, liver, stomach, nerves, and digestive system. This incense is a mixture of gurgum, cinnamon, Ruta, ginseng, and five precious gems (Rinchen Nge Nga). By increasing life expectancy and prosperity, these herbal substances reflect the wisdom of nature, promoting general health. Kesang Poizokhang, a professional in manufacturing Bhutanese incense sticks in cooperation with Menjong Indigenous Herbal Medical Centre, Thimpu Bhutan, manufactures Bhutanese incense with great care and strict compliance in dedication to world peace and the promotion of Buddha Dharma.
Zambala Prayer Ceremony Bhutanese Incense
Zambala Prayer Incense is offered to appease the gods who protect us from harm. A blend of about 100 herbal medicinal ingredients gives this incense a richer, higher-quality scent. As a traditional Bhutanese medicine for stress and tension, the Bhutanese Incense Formula was created as a tribute to various Tibetan deities and is still used today. As a result of the ancient medical practices of Bhutan, these herbal remedies are highly effective, non-toxic, and non-addictive. Exclusively prepared as a special offering, these high-quality incense sticks are one of a kind. Based on sacred Buddhist tantric texts on incense making, these incenses were created. Using this invaluable incense with regard and dedication will help us achieve our goals by bringing good luck, happiness, and prosperity to the land of bliss or paradise, along with definitive enlightenment.
Riwo Sangchoe Morning Prayer Bhutanese Incense
Apart from other medicinal herbs, Riwo Sangchoe Morning Prayer Ceremony Incense is a mixture of five fragrant herbs, six outstanding medicinal ingredients, and Rinchen Nge Nga (Five Precious Gems). Morning Prayer Ceremony Incense’s aroma and proportions are so affluent and exclusive that it is often used for Choed-pa or offering to the Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, and Guardian deities of the ten directions to detoxify bad karma and safeguard the spirit from danger, inevitably helping to bring you good luck, peace, and harmony. Kesang Poizokhang, an expert in producing Bhutanese incense sticks in cooperation with Menjong Indigenous Herbal Medical Centre, Thimphu Bhutan, manufactures Bhutanese incense with great care and full adherence in devotion to world peace and the promotion of Buddha Dharma.
Kar-Sur Zhingkham Kunchab Prayer Ceremony Incense
There are five priceless gems, nine grains, six outstanding medicinal herbs, various silk brocades, three whites and sweets, and so on in this holy and unique Kar-Sur Zhingkham Khunchab Prayer incense. It is prepared exclusively according to the formulation prescribed in the sacred Buddhist tantric text of Longchen Nyingthik. As a Buddhist tradition, offering Kar-Sur is a way to gain merit by praising Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, and Guardian deities of the Ten Directions. It is also a great act of kindness among the six paramitas to satisfy the hunger of all spirits traveling around us. It aids in the protection of our family.
Mahakala Prayer Incense
A mixture of aloe wood, saffron, nutmeg, and sea-Foan are some of the herbs used in this incense, as well as cloves and juniper. During prayer, burning this incense will bring us tranquility, contentment, and a sense of a divine temple in our atmosphere. It is 100% natural, does not contain any animal extract, and is an organic blend with no chemical extract. Following an ancient Tibetan system, this incense stick is entirely handcrafted by an expert. Specifically crafted for Mahakala, who shelters and redeems all sentient beings from all dangers and fears, this high-quality incense stick will help bring fortune, tranquility, contentment, and success.
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