Aromafume 7 Chakra Diffuser + Chakra Incense Bricks

 
 

£8.00

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Description

The incense brick aromas will evaporate gradually by the warmth of the candel’s flame in the diffuser. No smoke is produced, nor ash or any toxic substance. What is left is be a dry brick, that can be disposed of with the organic waste.  
The 7 Chakra sample set contains 14 incense bricks, 2 for each chakra:
1st chakra: Muladhara – root chakra
2nd chakra: Swadhistana – sacral chakra
3rd chakra: Manipura – solar plexus chakra
4th chakra: Anahata – heart chakra
5th chakra: Vishudda – throat chakra
6th chakra: Ajna – third eye chakra
7th chakra: Sahasrara – crown chakra

How to use Aromafume Exotic Incense Diffuser and Incense Bricks?
The Exotic Incense Diffuser is specially designed to reach the adequate temperature for aroma diffusion of Aromafume Incense Bricks. Other apparatus are not suitable!
– Light candle. Place in Exotic Incense Diffuser.
– Place incense brick on copper plate.
– Allow candle to burn for 45-60 min. Diffuser will be hot, do not touch!
– Blow out candle and allow apparatus and brick to cool.
– Incense brick will turn deep black and hard on usage, it will not melt.
– Discard used brick with biodegradable waste.

Ingredients
Each Incense brick is enriched with various natural ingredients including aromatic woods, exotic flowers, natural barks, tree and tree extracts, resins, leaves & flowers. The fragrance oils used in the production of incense bricks are 100% IFRA compliant and always sourced responsibly. (www.infraorg.org)
Ash free|minimal smoke|non-toxic|great aroma
History of Aromafume 
Aromafume Incense Bricks are produced by an Indian family owned company. For over 5 generations, this family makes incense and perfumery products according to their secret familiy recipe. They combine the age old art of natural handmade incense with a variety of contemporary fragrances.

India is the homeland of many spices and incense resins and has a long history in the making of incense. India is also home to the rich tradition of Ayurveda with its elaborate knowledge on the healing properties of plants, herbs and flowers. The interaction of spice trading with the Ayurvedic principles created an exchange of knowledge and the development of many beautiful forms of incense.