1- Nag Champa Incense 15 Gram Pack – £ 1.00
The original and best Satya Sai Baba Nag Champa Incense from the Shrinivas Sugandhalaya factory. The Nag Champa Collection is the most famous brand of incense in the world by far. It is traditionally made from a sandalwood base to which are added a variety of flower oils – including that from the flower of the Champac tree. The brand is used everywhere in Buddhist temples as a wonderful aid to personal meditation in ritual or spell work as part of a cleansing or just to create a wonderful relaxed and pleasant ambience in the home.
Indian incenses containing Plumeria, known in the West as Frangipani, have Champa in their name. Champa incenses contain a semi-liquid resin, “halmaddi,” taken from the Ailanthus Malabarica tree, which gives them their characteristic grey color and damp texture: halmaddi is hygroscopic. The resin also contains a psychoactive beta-carboline. Nag Champa contains a large proportion of sandalwood. Nag Champa remains, perhaps the world’s most popular incense, with the ashram of Sai Baba, India’s most famous living guru, producing the best selling variety.
Dance clubs have been known to burn Nag Champa for its pleasant effects and masking of odors such as sweat. The incense has also been ground into a fine powder and used in various applications where burning would not be appropriate or possible.
In the United States, Nag Champa-scented items are usually easy to find in shops selling Indian and/or Tibetan goods, and in health food stores, as well as metaphysical and New Age book stores, liquor stores, gas stations, music stores, and head shops.The same is favorable for the availability in the United Kingdom too except for the fact that it is also easily available through a few companies  like that allow online buying. Dhuni is one of the top brands available there.
Bob Dylan has burned Nag Champa at his concerts, and as such it is popular among Bob Dylan enthusiasts. The Grateful Dead and more recently Akron/Family, The Black Crowes, and Third Eye Blind have also been found to burn Nag Champa at performances. Stevie Nicks refers to Nag Champa in her song “Illume 9/11″, on the Fleetwood Mac album Say You Will. Rapper Common has a song entitled “Nag Champa (Afrodisiac for the World)” on his album Like Water for Chocolate. Asher Roth also mentions Nag Champa on the song “Change Gon Come” with Charles Hamilton and B.o.B. from B.o.B.’s mixtape The Unclearables. Other musicians have cited experiences of mood and spiritual alteration due to burning this incense.[
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