Tibetan Incense

Tibetan Incense

Mystical Mayhem Hippy Clothing sell a wide variety of handmade hand rolled Tibetan incense.
Tibetan incense usually refers to a common style of incense found in Tibet, Northern parts of Nepal, and Bhutan.
These wonderfully smelling natural incense sticks are produce mainly in Nepal which borders Tibet.
Old Tibetan recipes handed down over thousands of years are used to create the highest quality incense sticks.
In Tibetan medical field, Tibetan incense is recognised as a way of treatment for sickness.
The use of incense in Tibet dates back over thousands of years.

Many of the Tibetan incense that we sell is believed to have healing powers due to the combination of natural herbs and plants used in the making of these incense sticks. True or not there really is something uplifting about buring incense. I know it always seems to make me feels better, makes me smile and puts me in a wonderful mood. 
The incense sticks produced are made without a bamboo stick which means you get a fuller aroma of incense.
A large collection of the herbs used in the the production of these Tibetan incense sticks are found in Tibet and the Nepalese plains including some herbs that are found at the foot of Mt Everest.

Use for Tibetan Incense
Tibetan incense is widely used for meditation, relaxation, and cleansing the environment in either your home or place of work.
Tibetan incense provides a beautifully scented aroma that helps soothe the body and mind.

As mentioned our Tibetan incense is hand rolled and and contains only natural ingredients found in Tibet and the Nepalese plains.
Our Tibetan incense is not attached to a bamboo stick and they do not contain oils dyes or any glues to hold them together. natural essential oils are used to bind the ingredients together. 
When you burn these natural Tibetan incense sticks you can be assured you are only burning natural herbs and plants.

Please note that traditional Tibetan incense needs a larger burning holder as there is no thin bamboo stick inside.  Alternatively you can just pop your traditional Tibetan incense in a bowl of sand. We have been known to use our plant pots at home when we are using them in different rooms.

**WARNING**
Please do not leave burning incense unattended