FRAGRANCE: Assamese oudh/agarwood,rose,vanilla, benzoin & cedarwood oil
Hand rolled incense made from pure and natural ingredients. Each fragrance has honey and a resin called Halmaddi as its base.
Oudh Nagchampa also called agar wood, oudh is known in the East as the, “Wood of Gods”. With top notes of majestic rose and sumptuous vanilla, middle notes of comforting benzoin and warm and spicy cedar wood oil and anchoring base notes of warm and velvety assamese oudh, it is deep, rich and sensuous. The scent of 1001 Arabian Nights. A classic oudh.
The Mother’s India Nagchampa Fragrances incense are made with a wide range of aromatic gums, resins, wood powders including sandalwood powder, essential oils and perfumes. However the key ingredient is a native Indian resin called Halmaddi, a soft gum like resin obtained from the Ailanthus Malabarica tree by making incisions in the bark. This tree is commonly called The Tree of Heaven.
Halmaddi is treacle (like sugar cane syrup or molasses) like when it is fresh and hardens into a brittle but plastic resin with a strong balsamic odour. That is why Halmaddi is normally preserved in water to help it retain its moisture.
When mixed with honey, its balsamic odour is further sweetened. The combination of Halmaddi and Honey enables the slow and long burning of nagchampa incense and gives them diffusiveness and burning life of amazing degree. Halmaddi is revered for its metaphysical and medicinal values.
Made with natural ingredients
Sustainable & eco-friendly
Made with love