Amerindian 100% Natural Aromas Incense Sticks - Original Traditions — Chakras Incense

Amerindian 100% Natural Aromas Incense Sticks - Original Traditions

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Amerindian incense and fragrant oils are made from the highest quality natural ingredients. Incense has been used for centuries for their healing properties by the first peoples of the Americas. Amerindian's expert scent blends have been designed to stimulate your mind and body with physical, emotional, and spiritual properties.

Incense of the highest quality, with traditional essential oils. The smell is very agreeable and creates an atmosphere of purity and freshness which last long after the incense stick has burned.

Choose from 11-inch/60 minutes sticks and 20-minute cones in 14 different aromas: 

Cedar Used cedar aromas for healing, purification, and protection rituals. Cedar is also used to counteract nervousness, prevent skin disorders, attract money and ward off nightmares.
Pine Use pine for purification, healing, protection, and fertility rituals. Pine is also used for medicinal purposes to counter influenza, coughs, colds and lung congestion.
Sage Use sage for their purification and protection rituals. Sage is also used to gain wisdom, to help realise desires, and to develop concentration, creativity and intuition.
Honeysuckle Use honeysuckle as a diuretic and an antispasmodic. Honeysuckle can be used in cases of liver and spleen congestion, and to help prevent jaundice, gout, asthma, colds, coughs, and convulsions.
Sweetgrass Sweetgrass hay aids to neutralize noxious, harmful or evil energies. This incense, it seems, gets rid of undesirable ions to make room for negatively charged ions, which are more beneficial for one's health and environment.
Fir Fir is used to purify the atmosphere by eliminating negative vibrations. Fir is used for chronic inflammation of the lungs, bronchial tubes, bladder and kidneys as well as to treat injuries and burns.
Juniper Use juniper to help soothe digestive problems related to the stomach and to help prevent heart disease. Juniper is used to aid in remembering one's dreams, purifying one's sleeping quarters and for protection against theft.
Eucalyptus Use eucalyptus as an antiseptic, tonic, stimulant, antispasmodic and to help prevent respiratory infections. Eucalyptus is also used in cases of chronic bronchitis, asthma, tuberculosis and intermittent fever.
Tobacco When the Amerindians took the life of a tree or an animal, they held a ceremony in which they threw tobacco into the fire to thank the Great Spirit for letting the spirits fly away and return to where they came form.
Maple The Amerindians were the first to extract maple sap. They would make a groove in the trunk of the maple tree with the help of a tomahawk. A wood chip directed the maple sap towards a bark container and then it was boiled in clay containers.
Rain The Amerindians practiced the rain dance ritual during dry spells so that the Great Spirit would intervene and put an end to it. Thanks to this essential oil combination, you will rediscover the fresh scent of rain.
Wild Fruit The Amerindian picked small wild fruit in clearings and in the under bush to give themselves energy. Amerindian women used wild fruit to accompany certain dishes and to make desserts.
Wood Fire Fire is very important to all Amerindian people. They use fire to cook, to heat, for celebrations and for ceremonies. This mixture of fragrances will evoke the scent of a wood fire in your home to bring a sense a relaxation and calm to any setting.
Wood Spices Did you know that the magical virtues of wood spice are said to favour the elimination of negativity? Wood spice is also used for protection during displacements and travel.

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