Nag Champa Gold Fragrance Sticks

Code
00350570000653
Size:Pack
R79.95
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Overview

  • ?Natural Nag Champa Gold fragrance
  • Long lasting wonderful aroma
  • Great for yoga, meditation and prayer

Description

Nag Champa Gold is a famous blend from the 1960s, featuring frangipani flowers and ancient herbs. It is sometimes called the 'hippy fragrance', Nag Champa is often used during yoga practice and meditation. Contains ten fragrance sticks in a beautiful designer pack.

Ingredients

Distilled Water, Pure Ultra Ground Charcoal, Clear White Bamboo, Flower Petals, Flower Essences, Amber Resins, Sandalwood (santalum album), Cedar (cedrus deodora), Vanilla Powder (vanilla planafolia), Gum Elemi (canarium luzonicum), Gum Opoponax (opoponnax chironium koch), Gum Labdanum (cistus ladaniferus), Gum Copal (bursera ordorata), Mastic (pistacia lentiscus), Gum Dammar (shorea wiesneri), Gum Myrrh (commiphora myrrha), Makko Powder (machillus thunbergil), Tragacanth Gum (astragalus species), Gum Olibanum-Frankincense (boswellia spp.), Gum Arabic (acacia nilotica).

Warnings

Light the end of the stick, and make sure there is something non-flammable to catch the resulting ash as the stick burns.

Directions

Place stick incense into an incense burner or in a pot filled with sand. Placing the stick near an open window or vent will distribute the scent faster, but will also burn the stick at a faster rate.

Dietary Summary

  • No Artificial Colours
  • Preservative Free
  • Alcohol Free
  • Paraben Free
  • Cruelty Free
  • Biodegradable
  • No Petroleum Ingredients
  • No Artificial Dyes
  • No Artificial Fragrances
  • Formaldehyde Free
  • Sodium Laureth Sulphate Free
  • Phthalate Free
  • No Talc
 

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