MOGAO STICKS (SWEET, REFRESHING, ENERGISING)lei 72

UME COLLECTION

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Mogao 100% natural Tibetan style incense sticks are a vibrant blend of Angelica RootKorean MintLiquidambar Formosana. Energise your life & uplift your day!

  •  Herbaceous Scent

  • 30 Sticks per pack

  • Our incense sticks are: 100% Pure Aromatic Plants, Totally Natural, Vegan & Ethically Sourced.

  • They are without: bamboo core, any filler or charcoal, we don’t use essential oils, synthetic ingredients or perfumes.

  • Each pure herbal incense stick is 15cm long and burns for around 33 minutes.

The first in this series of stunning pure herbal incenses is Mogao, so named after a complex of ancient art filled Buddhist caves, situated at a crossroads of trade, cultural and intellectual influences in the Gansu province of Western China. This vibrant blend of plant components bursts with the energy of earthy Angelica Root at the base. A refreshing breeze of Korean Mint with honeyed heart notes of Liquidambar Formosana further resonate in inspirational harmony. Mogao is a creative, reviving fragrance, which is sweet and delicious.

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.

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