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Meditation Incense

Meditation Incense


Over 50 varieties of Incense available:
Incense Bowls & Burners Japanese Incense Tibetan Incense Chinese Incense Nag Champa
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Incense Bowls and Burners

 
Incense Holder in a Ceramic Bowl (Japanese) or Brass Burner (Chinese) for Burning Incense:
 
  • Brass Incense Bowl for Burning Stick Incense
  • Brass Incense Burners (with cover) for Charcoal Incense
  • Lotus Incense Burner from China
  • Ceramic Incense Holders -- Bowls with Various Glazes
  • Incense Charcoal Tablets and Sand 


Japanese Incense

Japanese Incense

 
Japanese incense is known for its purity and subtle blending. In Japan, blending incense is considered an art form, and appreciating incense is considered a form of meditation known as listening to incense. A 9" stick will burn for about 40-45 minutes, a 5" stick will burn about half an hour.

tibetan incense

Tibetan Incense


 
Tibetans have been making and offering this incense to shrines and altars for centuries. More pungent and earthy than Japanese varieties. Imported from the Tibetan refugee communities in India and Nepal. We have repeated the makers' colorful claims on the boxes for your consideration. The long sticks (usually about 13") will burn for over 45 minutes.



Chinese Incense

Chinese Incense

 
The resurgent popularity of Buddhism in China has also rekindled a demand for fine incense.

Nag Champa

Nag Champa

 
Nag Champa is said to be the world's most popular incense.  We carry both the familiar Satya Sai Baba in the blue box and the red box Shamthimalai Nag Champa. 
Powder Incense Incense Charcoal Smokeless Incense Unscented Candles
powdered incense

Powdered Incense

 
All powdered Incense, here from Japan and the Juniper and Sage from the American Southwest, is burned on small charcoal briquettes in an incense burner.



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CHARCOAL

 
Ideal for burning powdered or resin incense.

less smoke incense

Smokeless Incense

 
High-quality, less-smoke Japanese incense from Nippon Kodo.  Higher charcoal content means the incense burns red hot, yielding minimal smoke.

Gongs

Unscented Votive and Pillar Candles

 
A variety of unscented votive and pillar candles and glass candlesticks and holders for your shrine or altar:
 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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