Auroshikha, Sandalwood Incense, 10 gm
UPC Code: 079565001197
The sandalwood tree is one of the strongest-smelling fragrant plants on earth. Sandalwood stands alone as the king of scents. Auroshikha Sandalwood is one of the best and most popular incense fragrances in the world. With pure sandalwood powder rolled around the bamboo stick, and sandalwood oil in the mixture, this incense is revered for its uplifting effect. We find in it the quintessence of a pure sandalwood aroma and feel inspired.
15-16 Incense Sticks per box
Auroshikha (sometimes spelled Auroshika) True to Nature incense is carefully crafted using natural ingredients to create a fragrance that is true to nature. The result is a selection of the finest scents in the world, with the delicacy and beauty of the original fragrance itself. Whether you are using Auroshikha sandalwood, with its earthy, heady, woody note, or rose, with its rich floral sweetness, you are getting a fragrance that will remind you of the source, without any chemical overtones or after-notes, and without the heavy smoke associated with many other brands. This creates an atmosphere of delight and freshness wherever you choose to burn Auroshikha incense.
The Auroshikha difference:
- Natural fragrances based on herbs, flowers, fragrant woods and essential oils.
- No glue or dung used in incense paste.
- Guaranteed non-toxic.
- Traditional preparation: hand rolled, never mass produced.
- No excess smoke.
- Aromatherapy quality fragrances.
Individual results may vary. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The statements on this website and all affiliates have not been evaluated by the FDA. Advice on treatment or care of an individual patient should be obtained through consultation with a trained health care practitioner.
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After trying different types of incense, from different countries & different styles, I have found that this ashram's product had what I found missing in all the others. Of course, this may just be personal; but when I couldn't find their incense, others didn't hit the same note; & when I found it again, my senses felt the same.