For centuries, incense has been used to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and enhance spiritual practices. While the benefits of incense are widely recognized, the science behind aromatherapy and how incense affects our brain and mood is not as well understood. In this article, we'll explore the science behind aromatherapy and how incense can impact our physical and emotional well-being.
Nag Champa incense has an earthy, floral scent and a staple of Indian spirituality and culture. This enticing incense is renowned for its unique fragrance and is comprised of three key ingredients; sandalwood, halmaddi and the champaca flower.
Spring is here! We are excited to be introducing a new incense brand to Lotus Zen - Shroff Channabasappa. Shroff make some of the finest Indian incense on the market. All sticks are handmade in India and hand-rolled using woods, florals, halmaddi, aromatic herbs and essential oils.
The fragrances of springtime have inspired incense makers for generations and these evocative floral scents can be found in both modern and traditional incenses. A lot of Japanese incense especially takes influence from Spring with many Japanese incense makers using the sakura cherry blossom tree as inspiration. Incenses evocative of spring are often fresh, delicate and floral. Here are out top 10 incense sticks for spring: 1. Pearl | Karin Les Encens du Monde Pearl emits flowery, delicate accents of tuberose riding a unique background of sandalwood accompanied by the fresh marine-like scent of coumarin. The floral sweetness of Pearl makes it one of our...
This season we are excited to be introducing two new Japanese incense houses to Lotus Zen – Gyokushodo and Tennendo. Both brands make traditional and modern incense using high quality aloeswood, sandalwood, spices and florals.