Indian spiritual teacher Sathya Sai Baba's legendary incense. The unique scent is derived primarily from the Champaca flower, (Magnolia Champaca tree), Halmaddi (Ailanthus Malabarica tree) and Sandalwood, as well as an aromatic, restorative blend of resins, gums, spices, flowers and oils.
Cultivated as a sacred plant, the Champaca can be found throughout India, Viet Nam, parts of China, and other tropical lands of Asia. In India this beautiful and shady evergreen tree is revered, and often planted on the grounds of Hindu Temples or Ashrams. It is considered to be sacred to the Hindu god Vishnu and is traditionally burned for meditation ceremonies.
Each Nag Champa incense stick weighs approximately 1 gram and will burn for 45 minutes.