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Rose Incense
Rose Incense

Rose Incense

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Ayuvedic Rose Masala Incense have the most delightful rose fragrance made from a combination of herbs, flowers, honey resin and oils.  These beautiful incense are free from toxic materials. Hand rolled in India.

This, unfortunately, is non-vegan as it contains honey resin.

Contain approx 15 incense per box

Spiritual Significance:

Love and Compassion: Rose incense is often associated with love, compassion, and emotional healing. Burning rose incense can create an atmosphere of love and tenderness, making it ideal for rituals or practices focused on romantic love, self-love, or forgiveness.

Spiritual Cleansing: In various spiritual traditions, rose incense is believed to have purifying properties, capable of clearing negative energy and promoting spiritual cleansing and renewal. Burning rose incense can be part of rituals aimed at purifying a space or a person's aura.

Connection to Divine Feminine: Roses have long been associated with the divine feminine energy, embodying qualities of nurturing, intuition, and fertility. Burning rose incense may help in connecting with these aspects of the divine and tapping into feminine wisdom and power.

Enhanced Meditation and Spiritual Practices: Many practitioners use rose incense during meditation or other spiritual practices to enhance focus, promote relaxation, and create a conducive environment for introspection and inner exploration.


Ancient Egypt: Roses were highly revered in ancient Egypt, where they were associated with the goddess Isis, who represented magic, fertility, and motherhood. Rose incense might have been used in rituals dedicated to Isis or in ceremonies related to love and healing.

Ancient Greece and Rome: Roses held significant cultural and religious importance in ancient Greece and Rome. They were associated with goddesses such as Aphrodite (Greek) and Venus (Roman), who symbolized love and beauty. Rose incense might have been used in rituals honoring these goddesses or in ceremonies celebrating love and beauty.

Ancient China: In traditional Chinese medicine and spirituality, roses were valued for their healing properties and were used to balance emotions and promote wellbeing. Rose incense might have been burned in temples or homes to create a harmonious atmosphere and to invoke blessings from deities.

Middle Ages and Renaissance: During the Middle Ages and Renaissance in Europe, roses were associated with the Virgin Mary and were often used in Christian rituals and ceremonies. Rose incense might have been used in churches or monasteries during prayers or religious ceremonies.

Throughout history, rose incense has been cherished for its beauty, fragrance, and spiritual significance, playing a role in various cultural and religious practices across different civilizations.