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- Shipping Fee: 25 RON
- Free shipping on orders over 500 RON
- Delivery : same day delivery if order is placed until 13:00, next working day after 13:00
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Countries: Greece, Hungary, Bulgaria
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Countries: Austria,Italy, Germany
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Ajanta Tibetan temple style incense sticks are a sensual blend of Clove, Cinnamon, Camphor, Lemongrass, Liquorice. Surround yourself with sensual plant based scents, to set the mood, tune in to high vibration frequencies.
Deep Spiced Herbaceous Scent
30 sticks per box
Our Tibetan incense sticks are made with: 100% Pure Aromatic Ingredients (herbs, spices, aromatic barks, seeds and saps), the plant material is then bound with water.
- Each pure herbal incense stick is 15cm long and burns for around 33 minutes.
Ajanta temple grade incense sticks are made according to ancient Tibetan medicine and are a sensual blend of sonorous spices, herbs and aromatic barks, which evoke the spirit of ancient, mysterious temples adorned with carvings and stunning masterpieces of Buddhist art, hidden deep in the Maharashtra region of India. Profound base notes of spicy Clove and Cinnamon surround you on this pilgrimage, tantalising the senses. Warming Camphor and tangy Lemongrass then unfold, with a distant murmur of Liquorice, leading you deeper into this alluring plant perfume. Ajanta incense sticks give off a wonderfully evocative scent known for their clearing properties.
The Ume story:
Ume was created in 2011 by Emma Leafe throughout her own healing experiences and after several influential journeys: exploring temples, exquisite tea houses and sacred power places across the globe. Drawn toward the sacred arts in each place – and being captivated by the raw scents which perfumed these explorations, she began to experience first-hand how fragrance was key in unlocking doors in the mind. From this she discovered the lost art of incense making and began to explore the deeper rituals that surround it.