Agar-Sogchig Original Tara Healing Incense/Inhalent
- calms an overactive mind
- eases physical tension within your body
- reduces feelings of anxiety and stress
- useful for insomnia and entering meditative states
- produces a relaxed yet uplifted state of being
This is by far my most favorite incense, and it really serves its purpose. I discovered it years ago and I have been utilizing it to help me release stress and tension within my mind and body ever since. It has a complex yet delicate scent - mellow, natural, leafy, and inviting - and you can quite literally inhale the smoke through your nose. It is smooth, doesn't burn at all, and it immediately brings you into a calmer state of being. You do not have to directly inhale the smoke if you prefer not to. As it surrounds and fills your space, you will feel its benefits either way.
The full list of ingredients within this incense has been hard for me to find. From what I've discovered, there are over 31 different herbs, flowers, and fruits blended within, all of which are natural, non-toxic, and non-addictive. The ingredients are chosen according to the Ayurvedic system of medicine and include but are not limited to - Amalaki (Indian gooseberry), Ziziphus (Indian Jujube), Phool Kusum (Safflower), Lachi Sabaj (?), Cinnamon, Clove, Juniper, Ashwagandha, Shah Jeera (Black Cumin), and more.
The Original Tara Healing Incense is a special inhalent for relieving stress, tension, and depression. It has been used for centuries as a traditional Tibetan medicine and it is hand-prepared by Tibetan refugees in India. The Ayurvedic herbs, fruits, and flowers blended into this incense immediately transport you into a quieter and more peaceful state of awareness and physical being.
You will receive one box of incense which contains 15 - 5" sticks.
Incense burner not included.
These are thicker than a traditional incense stick and most likely will not fit in a standard incense burner. I have found that some of them fit into the burner that comes with the Sandalwood Rope Incense, but not all. You can easily stick one into the soil of a potted plant though, or nestle one into a pile of sand or bundle of sage in an Abalone shell, to be held safely while burning.