The orders from 21th December to 5th January will be delivered after the 5th of January
- Delivery with GLS or DPD - 1-2 working days.
- 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
- Shipping Fee: 15 RON
- Free shipping over 200 RON
Countries: Greece, Hungary, Bulgaria
- Delivery with DPD - 1-3 working days
- Shipping Fee: € 9
Countries: Austria,Italy, Germany
- Delivery with UPS - 2-5 working days
- Shipping Fee: €20
Paomashan pure Japanese style incense sticks are a calming blend of Aromatic Ginger, Clove, Lavandula. Soothe your senses, heal and de-stress your life breathing the aroma of plant medicine.
Deep Herbaceous Scent
30 sticks per pack
Our incense sticks do not contain a bamboo core, are without charcoal, we don’t use essential oils, synthetic ingredients or perfumes.
We are proud our product are 100% Natural & Vegan.
- Each pure stick is 15cm long so that the burning time can be around 33 minutes.
Paomashan pure incense sticks are a calming blend of herbs, aromatic barks, spices, seeds and saps. These herbal incense sticks are named after a place of enlightenment high up in the foggy, glacial mountain range of the Tibetan Autonomous Region of Kanding, China. Aromatic Ginger and deeply soothing Clove form the dry, tingling base notes. They smoulder with an intense heart note of enchanting Lavandula which flutters through with a daze of chocolate and blackberry. Paomashan is a unique, calming combination, that captures the imagination and surrounds you with a luminous, fragrant atmosphere.
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.