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Inspiration Herbal Medicine Incense

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This incense is made of the finest ingredients based on a combination of herbs from Tibet and Nepal.  It uplifts and inspires the mind and counteracts depression and anxiety.  Main ingredients include: Lemongrass, Sil Timur, White Sandalwood, Dhupi, Kaulo.

Handmade by the nuns of the Khachoe Ghakyil Ling Nunnery in Nepal.  Comes in a sustainable lokta paper box.

Includes 30 5" sticks and a terra cotta flower incense burner.

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MJ
12/05/2016
Maria J.

So awesome

I LOVE the Inspiration Herbal Medicine Incense. It smells so nice and is very relaxing for me. I will be ordering more in the future.

T
11/10/2012
tom

An overtone of thought.

This a personal incense, you will choose it at times, it is unique in subtle ways.

C
07/15/2012
Cheryl

Aromatherapy

I love the aroma of the burning Inspiration Incense. It is pleasing and not overpowering. It comes in a very nice box and the flower incense holder is simple and beautiful! Just the sight of this product puts me in a meditative mood. I am enjoying it.

PP
12/20/2011
Paul Phelps

flower power

the inspiration incence is AWESOME... its scent is so relaxing and does as it says ,it insires your mind and lifts your spirits.... and the flower incence holder is beautifully done, it is very fragile, and you can see tiny finger prints from the nuns that make them,from the box to the incence its self... it worth the buy...

M
07/31/2011
mel

awesomeness

this incense smells amazing! definitely one of the best ones ive ever bought. just be careful with the little flower shaped burner,its very fragile i accidetally broke off one of the smaller petals trying to lift it out of the box. other than that, its an excellent product.p.s. one thing i thought was really cool is that you can see fingerprints on the clay from the nuns that handmade it =)

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