Bhutanese Incense stick
Nado Poizokhang Bhutanese Incense stick is an offering made in order to propitiate the protective deities. This incense stick has been prepared according to the formulation prescribed by Pema Karpo the great yogi of the Drukpa school of Buddhism, Minling Therchen the treasure discoverer of the Mindroling Monastery. It is a blend of about one hundred precious aromatic substances like clove, nutmeg, saffron, red and white sandal wood and other medicinal materials. This has been hand manufatured with utmost care an in strict compliance with an age old traditional method by Mr. Nado at Thimphu.
- Net Weight: 150
- Colour: Mud yellow
- Stick length: 21cm
- Burning time: 75min
About the Producer:
The Nado Poi Zokhang incense range is highly regarded throughout the Himalayas and is amongst the finest of all Bhutanese incense. Nado Poi Zokhang are also the oldest established incense maker in Bhutan and are dedicated to keeping this ancient tradition and practice alive. All of the Nado incense we offer is made from the purest and most freshly gathered ingredients and only sustainable harvesting practices are used. It comes direct from the hands of the incense maker and this ensures it is 100% genuine and not one of the many fake Bhutanese brands that are now so common in Nepal. It has long since been prized as an aid to healing, meditation and ritual because it adheres to traditional recipes prescribed by enlightened masters of the past.
Bhutanese incense has a very distinct medicinal aroma that is uniquely Himalayan. Each freshly made batch that arrives from Bhutan is at its very best for your ritual offerings and burning experience. If you are looking to try Bhutanese incense for the first time, Nado Poi Zokhang is always an excellent place to start.
Sticks can simply be lit and placed in a burner or you can burn the loose powder on top of a charcoal disc in a censer.
All of the Nado Poi Zokhang range is completely natural and uses only the highest grade plants, spices and herbs. Absolutely no artificial ingredients or perfumes are added. Sustainable harvesting practices are used in the making of all incense in the Nado range.