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Rope Incense is one of the most unique incense types you're likely to come across, handmade in Nepal using traditional methods. In the Himalayas, rope incense making is a process passed from generation to generation: dried herbs and other naturally scented botanicals are finely powdered and wrapped in a thin strip of hand-prepared eco-friendly Nepali lokta paper, which is then braided to form a rope-like dhoop stick, ready to burn.
To burn your Rope Incense, light one end as you would a standard incense stick. Once it's alight, blow out the flame to allow the stick to smoulder and release its aromatic smoke. Rest a lit stick in a heatproof dish of sand or ash, or a Rope Incense Burner. Allow to cool before disposing of the ash. Our standard sticks are long burning with approx 45 x 8-9cm sticks per pack (approx 20g in total weight). Handmade in Nepal
LEMONGRASS ROPE INCENSE
Lemongrass is well loved for its refreshing scent, and is something a little more unusual than your standard incense choices, with a strong, sweet lemony scent. Lemongrass Rope Incense is hand prepared for Puja (worship of god and goddess) in Hindu and Buddhist religions. It is also believed that Lemongrass incense an be used for the healing of mental tension.
LUMBINI ROPE INCENSE
Zimpu ritual incense is prepared in a special manner as one of the ancient traditions of the monastic order of Tibet. It is composed of 25 different ingredients, including saffron, nagi and red sandalwood.
PATCHOULI ROPE INCENSE
Is a highly prized herb, often used as a symbol for peace and love with a deep sweet spicy scent.
VAJRA MEDITATION INCENSE
Vajra Meditation Rope incense is a traditional Newari incense called Dhupaya. When burned, it is believed to attract the Gods, and it is used in rituals by both the Hindu and Buddhist religions, especially during meditation to keep the mind focused.
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