This exotic stick incense is hand-rolled by artisans in India’s
cottage industry and blended in accordance to ancient wisdom. This
natural fragrance creates a lively yet peaceful atmosphere. This blend
is perfect to burn at home because its vanilla relaxes, copal clears and
amber brings angelic energy. Yamuna was the first incense offered by
Prabhuji’s Gifts and remains the best seller. After lighting a handmade
stick of Yamuna incense, sit down to meditate, practice yoga, read a
book or simply be.
Aroma: This scent features Vanilla, Copal, and Amber.
Intention: Burn this incense to create a spiritual
and pure atmosphere, to deepen devotion to something higher than
oneself, or to facilitate meditation and concentration.
Handmade by artisans in India’s cottage industry
Devotional and intention incense
Green: Prabhuji’s Gifts is a Green America Gold Certified business,
packages its stick incense in 100% recycled cardboard, and uses recycled
and reused packaging products for shipping materials.
This unique blend features tree resins, flower petals and oils, and
vanilla, creating an atmosphere of purity with its fragrant smoke.
Name explanation: Yamuna is the Goddess of
Purification and the name of a sacred river in India in which Krishna
and his beloved Gopies enjoyed their divine play. The trees on its banks
still tell us of their glories.
Why customers love it: This rich combination of
vanilla, copal and amber brings to mind the feelings of cleanliness,
purity and innocence. Its fragrance will change the mood of your whole
day. Herbs, flowers and resins are blended together with pure oils and
pure sandalwood, combined in accordance to ancient wisdom. This line of
incense is designed as a fragrant offering to a higher power, a
spiritual practice that deepens one’s devotion while reveling in its
Herbs, flowers and resins are blended together with pure oils and
pure sandalwood, combined in accordance to ancient wisdom and rolled
onto a bamboo core stick.
How to use: Light the coated tip of the incense
until there is a flame. Blow it out and place the smoking incense stick
in an incense holder.