Handmade Natural Tibetan Traditional Incense Sticks
The main ingredients found in most incense are: sandalwood, agar wood, pine or cedar; myrrh, amber, frankincense, snow lotus herb, hibiscus, saffron, red orpine, clove, borneol and Chinese Caterpillar Fungus. The incense always contains one of the types of wood, and many other ingredients. Charcoal powder is sometimes added, as is makko powder, made from the bark of the tabu-no-ki tree, which helps to bind the powders together, with a little water. With the mixture bound together, it is extruded into strips by hand - although they would traditionally use a bulls horn drilled with holes - and left to dry.
Material: Tibet herb
Place of Origin: Tibet, China (Mainland)