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September 28, 2019 2 min read

Satya Sai Baba Nag Champa Incense

Nag Champa can be burned for many of the same reasons as Sandalwood. It can be used to sanctify or purify an area. It's also a good general purpose incense for spiritual matters. This includes acts like meditation and seeking spiritual enlightenment or evolution. Experience Organic Nag Champa pure and natural incense. Champa (Cham: Campa; Vietnamese: Chăm Pa) was a collection of independent Cham polities that extended across the coast of what is today central and southern Vietnam from approximately the 2nd century AD before being absorbed and annexed by Vietnamese Emperor Minh Mng in AD 1832. Plumeria alba is the national flower of Laos, where it is known under the local name champa or "dok champa". Indian incenses fragranced with Plumeria rubra have "champa" in their names. Made with a delightful blend of herbs, flowers, resins, and essential oils, this is a true traditional recipe for the famous Nag Champa incense fragrance from India. This Organic Nag Champa Incense is made of purely organic, non-toxic ingredients. Nag Champa Scent Description. Nag Champa has a sweet, slightly woodsy smell that many people describe as calming, warming, and moist. For some, the smell is reminiscent of jasmine or magnolia flowers, the forest, or even tea. Bob Dylan is said to burn Nag Champa at his concerts, as is the Grateful Dead. Smoke is just an irritant, not an allergen. As for your favorite irritant, Nag Champa, the name is Hindi, though I'm told by my experts that it has a Sanskrit origin. "Champa" is the local name for a flower that grows about ten feet tall in the tropics, Alpinia nutans, shell ginger. "Nag" is more of a problem. Nag Champa is a fragrance of Indian origin, based on a combination of magnolia (champaca or champak) and sandalwood, or frangipani (plumeria) and sandalwood - though when frangipani is used, the name is usually just "Champa", without the "Nag". Smoke from burning incense created a mixture of fine and ultrafine particles, which are known to be bad for lung health. The chemical analysis found 64 compounds, taking into account all the components of all four incense sticks. The incense smoke was toxic at lower concentrations than the cigarette smoke.


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