Nepalese incense sticks are made from plants found in the Himalayas.
The composition includes red sandalwood, sugandhi bal, cloves, cardamom and other herbs.
It is widely used in stupas, temples and living rooms to create an aromatic atmosphere.
Incense ropes are made by hand in a process where the ingredients are folded into special hand-prepared rice paper, then rolled and twisted into a small rope-like braid.
Usage: place the braids on a heat-resistant base or dish. Light the narrow end of the braid. After the flame has burned for a few seconds, blow it out.
The rope should be burned in a marble or metal container, in a special incense burner. This rope type incense can produce a significant amount of smoke and can fill a room quickly, so use sparingly.
Attention: can only be used to obtain room aroma. Keep out of the reach of children and animals. Ignite only from highly flammable substances and materials. Never leave burning unattended. Make sure all the ashes fall into a fire safe container. Use in well-ventilated areas.
Duration of smoking one rope approx.: 15 minutes
In the package: 50 braids; length 11 cm