Incense is anaromatic biotic material which releases fragrant smoke when burned.Incense is used for aesthetic reasons and in therapy, meditation, and ceremony. It may also be used as a simple deodorant.In every Indian household, incense sticks (agarbattis) are an essential part of prayer, without which the puja (ritual) is incomplete. Although available in every home, there are no known health benefits of incense sticks, apart from filling the atmosphere with scented aromas.
Incense sticks connect you to the elements. It sparks appreciation. It is healthy. It brings you back. It joins heaven and earth. It offers a lesson. It makes you prepare.Stick makes it clear why just about every religion since the beginning of time has used incense for its spiritual powers, why tribal healers and physicians throughout history have used incense for its healing powers, why monks have used incense for thousands of years for its concentration powers, and why artists use incense to inspire creativity.
Burning incense for meditation decreases stress, and some people believe that different types of incense – rose, sandalwood, and lavender – have the power to cleanse negative energy, ease tension, and elevate your meditative state. Incense for meditation and prayer is an ancient tradition.
For most Indians, incense remains an important part of the daily puja ritual, which is a religious offering performed by all Hindus to their deities, especially during the beginning of a new venture, or to commemorate some special occasion.
Incense can prove incredibly beneficial as well as a soothing ritual to feel at home and comforted on any day. Find an aroma that resonates with you and welcome the healing power of incense into your lifetime.