This Incense has a light, pleasant scent and is a mix of Patchouli with a little Cedar and with the highest quality aroma oils together with a touch of vanilla.
“Earthy but not too woody” Patchouli seems to be one of those scents you either love or hate. Its exotic scent brings to mind far-off, magical places, and it's often used in ritual workings and potpourri blends. The aromas is very strong, and has a deep, musky scent. It is associated with the element of earth and magic users consider it a female plant.
Did you know . . ?
Patchouli is an Indian name, meaning ‘Green leaf’ (Patch-green and ilai-leaf).
Many of us still remember Patchouli as the significant Incense of the 60s and 70s but the truth is that Patchouli has its roots vested deeply in the field of Ayurveda for more than 5000 years for treating many health conditions.
Patchouli is a tiny evergreen shrub with the unique ability to be grounding with its earthiness, and at the same time be inspiring with its intoxicating aroma. It is protective against Negative Energy and the herb is good for communicating with Earth Elementals and doing money spells.
Goloka have once again created a superb aromatic product which has a similar scent from the 60's and 70's but is unique enough to be that bit different ~ try it for yourself and see what we mean. . .
Plant the Incense stick somewhere where it stands firmly, such as a bowl with sand or earth or use an Incense holder. Light the tip of the stick with a match or lighter and wait until it ignites.
You can leave it on for about 10 seconds and the flame will probably extinguish itself, if not: blow it out gently.
The cinder will continue to glow red, so you know that the incense is burning.
If it becomes axle gray, light it again. The odour is almost immediately released together with the smoke.
This fragrance is also found in our Nandita Organic, Nitiraj Platinum range of Incense Sticks.as an Aroma Oil, Wax Melt, Incense Cone and Perfume.