Organic Incense Sticks For Worship, Meditation, and Yoga 

Organic Incense Sticks For Worship, Meditation, and Yoga 

Burning organic incense sticks is a well-known relaxation method that is used worldwide, and each fragrance made with temple flowers and a blend of ayurvedic ingredients has different uses and positive effects on the state of mind. At Nirmalaya, we have a wide range of the best organic incense sticks that have been made from floral waste and are 100% therapeutic. These incense sticks can be lit during yoga, meditation, and therapy because they calm the body and provide a relaxing sensation and also help you focus.  The Rich History Of Natural Incense Sticks Walking through any house or a lane in the early morning or late afternoon, bells ring in every house where people pray with their families and incredible organic incense sticks fragrance waft out...

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How to burn backflow incense cones

How to burn backflow incense cones?

Incense has been used traditionally since old times in our homes as an aromatic material. Incense burners release fragrant smoke into an enclosed space when burned. In the modern age, incense is used for aromatic purposes and because of its beautiful and aesthetic appeal. People commonly backflow incense cones for meditation, ceremonial uses, as a natural air purifier, and even when practicing yoga. Backflow incense cones flow in the direction opposite to the common ones and create fragrant smoke that flows downwards instead of up. You can pair it with backflow burners for aromatherapy and creating a soothing atmosphere. These are beautiful to look at as these backflow incense cones flow like a fountain creating the illusion of a waterfall. They are effective when it comes...

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Incense Cones

What are Backflow Incense Cones? Uses & Benefits

What are Backflow Incense Cones? Cone-shaped backflow incense cones that emit incense smoke in the opposite direction, that is, downwards, from a normal cone, is known as a Backflow Incense Cone. This is mainly because of the small hollow tunnel that goes through the center of the cone and ends with a hole at the bottom of the cone. What are Backflow Incense Cones and how does it works? The incense cones create backflow smoke by using an incense burner. It's called "backflow" because the smoke goes down instead of up like regular smoke. Backflow burners use a simple natural phenomenon. No tricks are required to create the effect; all you need is a special incense cone with a small hole in the bottom. The waterfall is created using...

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5 Easy Ways to Make Home Smell Amazing

5 Easy Ways to Make Home Smell Amazing 

5 Easy Ways to Make Home Smell Amazing The fragrance in the house is one of the first things that people notice about your home. Whenever you go to someone's place, the first whiff of the atmosphere around you captures your attention. Isn't it?  Do you notice a weird smell when you come home after a vacation? This is how a house smells all the time to those who don’t live there.  The smell is humans' most powerful sense, and it tells us a lot. If a space smells fresh, that's a great sign. If the smell is bad? We feel uneasy.  With aromatherapy, you can keep your home smelling fresh in a natural way without using harmful chemicals and room fresheners. Lighting up Incense Sticks, Dhoop Sticks, Incense...

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6 Essential Oils Benefits For Health You Must Know

6 Essential Oils Benefits For Health You Must Know! Do you have knowledge of what essential oils are used for? Essential oils have many benefits which depend on the fragrance you choose. The best essential oils are made from plant extracts, roots, traditional ingredients and are often used in aromatherapy. You can use the oils in a diffuser for a soothing scent. We all know that the sense of smell is closely tied to our memories and emotions, perhaps more so than any of our other senses. This is because when we smell something, it passes through the olfactory bulb, which runs on a passage from the nose along the bottom of the brain, connecting it to the hippocampus and amygdala. These brain areas are responsible for...

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