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Nag Champa Incense 15g

Nag Champa Incense 15g

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Nag Champa incense is a blend of natural herbs, resins, and fragrant oils, with its signature scent derived from a combination of sandalwood and the flower of the Champaca tree (Michelia champaca). The scent is often described as sweet, floral, and earthy, with woody undertones.

Unfortunately, this is non-vegan as it contains honey resin.

Contain approx 15 incense per box 15g box

Spiritual Benefits:

Meditation Aid: Nag Champa incense is commonly used during meditation and spiritual practices. Its fragrance is believed to help calm the mind, enhance concentration, and create a tranquil atmosphere conducive to inner exploration and spiritual growth.

Purification: Like many types of incense, Nag Champa is used for spiritual purification. Burning Nag Champa incense is believed to cleanse the environment of negative energy and promote positive vibrations, making it suitable for rituals, ceremonies, and everyday spiritual practices.

Spiritual Connection: Nag Champa incense is associated with spirituality and often invokes a sense of connection with the divine. Its fragrance is said to facilitate communication with higher realms, deepen spiritual experiences, and evoke feelings of peace and harmony.

Aromatherapy: Beyond its spiritual benefits, Nag Champa incense is also used in aromatherapy for its calming and mood-enhancing properties. Its scent is believed to reduce stress, alleviate anxiety, and promote relaxation, making it a popular choice for creating a soothing ambiance in homes and meditation spaces.


The exact origins of Nag Champa incense are not entirely clear, but it is believed to have originated in India, particularly in the Hindu and Buddhist traditions. The name "Nag Champa" is derived from two Sanskrit words: "Nag," meaning serpent or snake (often associated with Lord Shiva), and "Champa," referring to the Champaca tree.

Nag Champa incense gained popularity in the West during the 1960s and 1970s, particularly among the counterculture movement and spiritual seekers exploring Eastern philosophies and practices. It became closely associated with yoga studios, meditation centers, and alternative spiritual communities.