1. How do I use incense stick?

Light the tip of the incense stick until it flames. Once the tip is glowing, carefully blow out the flame. Fix into an appropriate holder on a heat resistant surface.

Please note: Caution information can be found on the back of our incense boxes; please ensure you read carefully before burning the incense.

2. Does your incense contain any synthetic ingredients?

Our incenses are blend of synthetic perfumes & other natural ingredients.

3. How many sticks of incense are in pack?

We have several packs with different sticks.

4. What is the burning duration of your incense sticks?

Normally, stick is around 9 inches long and will burn for approximately 25 -30 minutes.

5. How incense helps in aromatherapy?

Aromatherapy is a treatment that uses the power of different incense for curing problems like stress, frustration, anxiety etc. In aromatherapy a variety of essential oils and incense sticks are used. These incense triggers the neurons of our head and helps in calming.

6. For what purposes incense sticks can be used?

Incense sticks can be used while offering prayers to God, for relaxing & soothing mind, for Yoga & meditation purpose, for purifying or cleansing your ambience.

7. How incense sticks are manufactured?

For the commercial production of incense sticks, mostly three ways are practiced; these are Hand roll production, Machine deep production and pressed technique.

8. What are the different types of Indian Incense?

Indian incense can be categorized as Masala incenses and charcoal incense. Masala incense are made by blending several solid scented ingredients into a paste and then rolling that paste onto a bamboo core stick. Charcoal incenses are made by dipping an unscented non-perfume stick into a mixture of perfumes. Most charcoal incenses are black in color.