Nag Champa is the most popular and famous of the scents that come from India. It was the Hippie Period of the 1960's that brought this scent to popularity, and most of that generation burned this incense while listening to "The Beatles."
It is made from champaca, a magnolia flower, sandalwood, and a tree resin called halmaddi. Nag Champa has grown popular as an incense because of its meditative and aromatherapy benefits. Champaca, halmaddi, and sandalwood base are the most basic ingredients of Nag Champa incense.
Each can hold 24 cones
The profits from these Goloka Backflow Cones are used 100% by the Akshaya Patra Foundation providing Mid-Day meals to 1.7 million underprivileged children in India. Also, the Foundation promotes organic farming training to farmers on bio dynamic farms and preserves Indian breeds of cows and bulls.
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