- Hand-rolled traditional Tibetan incense sticks.
- Made in Nepal By Tibetan refugees.
- Incense sticks contain more than 25 medicinal Himalayan herbs.
- Tibetan Incense is used for healing, meditation, religious rituals, and relaxation.
So, just got these. I took one stick out to check the width and snapped it when trying to replace it in the container. Ooops. Oh, well.The last two times I was around burning incense, I coughed like crazy, so I assumed all incense might be like that. I find it odd that I'm not having a coughing fit right now.As I was writing the review for the incense holder and these sticks, I noticed that it's so thick I need to bonk off the ashes at times. Oh well. I've got knitting needles for that. There's a light scent, but a very good one.This one doesn't seem like it burned even 20 minutes, so I estimate that a whole stick would burn for 30 to 40 minutes. That's a lot for me. I don't know how long sticks typically last.Update: Even though I'm not sure if the burn time of these are comparable to other incense sticks, the scent it leaves lasts a LONG time, well over a day. Not an overpowering scent, but light and pleasant.
My only concern is that the plastic wrapping was cut opened upon arrival…..not sure what happened…But product seemed stable.
Great for meditation. Makes you very relaxed, but focused. Natural, "classy" smell.
Received right on time. I like the smell and the quality was very good. I think if its little bit longer and numbers of sticks are increased then it will be good.
I love these affordable, exotic incense sticks. They last about 45 minutes and really make mu apartment smell good. These scents also help me relax. I recommend buying them!